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What are you reading?
sooper mouse
Travisina wrote:

dragonq wrote:
To me, there is nothing worse than going into a bookless house.

It's very unsettling, isn't it?

Well that's how you recognise aliens amongst us
I have concluded that Jenna is Blake-aware, Blake is Avon-aware, Avon is self-aware and Gan is rarely aware. Vila is merely wary. Cally is frequently more away than aware.
 
Lurena
sooper mouse wrote:

Travisina wrote:

dragonq wrote:
To me, there is nothing worse than going into a bookless house.

It's very unsettling, isn't it?

Well that's how you recognise aliens amongst us

I must disagree, my house is filled with books....
Lara&Sue's Blake's 7 stories
*No, I am not. I am not expendable, I'm not stupid, and I'm not going.*
 
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Travisina
Lurena wrote:

sooper mouse wrote:

Travisina wrote:

dragonq wrote:
To me, there is nothing worse than going into a bookless house.

It's very unsettling, isn't it?

Well that's how you recognise aliens amongst us

I must disagree, my house is filled with books....

You're a very well-read alien, Lurena!
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
Klenotka
John dies at the end
Don´t be Lasagne
 
sooper mouse
Klenotka wrote:

John dies at the end


The book by the guy at Cracked??
I have concluded that Jenna is Blake-aware, Blake is Avon-aware, Avon is self-aware and Gan is rarely aware. Vila is merely wary. Cally is frequently more away than aware.
 
Gauda Cheese
The third book in the Trek Vanguard series was incredible!

And now since I've finished season 4 of TNG, its time for Star Trek The Next Generation: Dark Mirror!
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Gauda Cheese
Dark Mirror was pretty rad!

Now Star Trek Vanguard book 4 Open Secrets
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Travisina
Have just finished 'Miss Pym Disposes' by Josephine Tey.

I'd only read her Richard III investigation 'Daughter of Time' (which I love), and although very different this was hugely engaging. Old fashioned, gentle, amusing character observations that morph into a crime story with a kicker of a twist at the end. And a reminder that when this was written - 1946 - murderers were hanged.

Next up - 'The Other Queen' by Phillipa Gregory, for my book club. Not read any PG before, so looking forward to it.
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
Mistletoe12
I was delighted to find a brand new copy of Tanith Lee's Death's Master amongst my presents. Re-released in November this year, something I wasn't aware of, the book was a stocking filler surprise from my son! Thank you! I'll be reading it whilst snuggling into seasonal socks, wrapped into a cosy dressing gown, and sipping hot chocolate from my snowman mug.Grin
 
President Solvite
Ladybird Book for Adults..

Meetings...

Hilarious, these books reuse artwork from various ladybird puplications from the 60s/70s and rework them into hilarious (IMO) references on various things.. Like Husbands, Wives, Hangovers, nights out, dating, Work and even Zombie Apocalypses Grin
 
http://nothingsforgotten.freeforums.net/
RichardMk2
I'm reading "The Wicked Day", the climax of Mary Stuart's Arthurian trilogy. Enjoying it so far, a good re-telling of the Arthurian Legend.
 
meegat39
I've just read Colussus 1 and 2 and soon to start on 3. Very good science fiction book.
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
 
rojkerr1
Thin Air, Michelle Paver, adored Dark Matter, wonderful ghost stories
 
dragonq
2016 for some reason was a year of too many unfinished books. I made a point of finishing off a few yesterday, so I can add them to the reading diary for last year: Anna Karenina, The Company of Liars by Karen Maitland (very enjoyable mediaeval gothic mystery/horror), the complete Lord Darcy stories by Randall Garrett. I'm now reading The Good Thief's Guide to Paris by Chris Ewan.

Perhaps as it's the end of the year, we should all nominate our best/favourite books of 2016. Mine are Laurus by Eugene Vodolazkin and The Bees by Laline Paull.
 
Gauda Cheese
Star Trek: The Final Reflection by John M. Ford
http://stwco.word... Stuff and things written by me.

My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
BradPaula
Readiing Very British Problems: Making LIfe Awkward for Ourselves, One Rainy Day at the Time and The History of the Kings of Britain by Geoffrey of Monmouth
 
rojkerr1
The Dinosaur Hunters, Deborah Cadbury, fascinating...
 
Gauda Cheese
Star Trek TOS: The Face of the Unknown which is a sequel to the Corbomite Manoeuvre. Almost 100 pages in and its a worthy sequel. Loving it.
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My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
JustBrad
Alamut. Essentially the book on which the Assassin's Creed Video Game Franchise is allegedly based.
 
Gauda Cheese
Read afew books lately yeah all Star trek. Vanguard Precipice, Vanguard Declassified, Imzadi.

Now reading the Wrath Of Khan and loving it, but one thing drives me insane... It's not Alpha Ceti V, but CETI ALPHA V!!!!
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