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    Third in the series, a bit more highbrow than the usual Dan Brown knock-offs i usually read.


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    Just began re-reading Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.

    And still reading Margaret Thatcher's Statecraft.

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    I'm currently reading THE RED DOOR by Charles Todd. Todd is actually a mother/son team from Delaware & NC respectively. They have 2 series going, both post WWI English mysteries. Excellent books.

    1. THE RED DOOR is the 12th in the Inspector Ian Rutledge series. A Scotland Yard inspector, WWI veteran, he's an upperclass Englishman, good detective with issues. Suffering shell shock (he was buried alive @ The Battle of the Somme (1916). His shell shock takes the form of the "ghost" of a Scottish soldier he was forced to execute for derelection of duty). Because @ this time in history, shell shock was most times identified as cowardice, Rutledge is afraid people will think he's crazy, or a coward. His superior is a "right Bastard" as the Brits would say. Devious, dishonest, sneaky. The mysteries are excellent, dark well written. A new one was just published, can't wait.

    2. Their other series features Bess Armstrong, military nurse who becomes involved in mysteries. The daughter of a higher up in the British army, we 1st meet Bess on the BRITANIC, ill fated hospital ship, sister ship of TITANIC. The first book is called A DUTY TO THE DEAD. There are 2 more all good & a new one coming out

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    I hate reading but I'm FINALLY getting around to reading a book a friend of mine wrote. It's called Fuzz One: Last of the Old School. It's about his life in the Bronx as a twelve-year-old graffiti artist. It's enjoyable, a little piece of history.

    Also, I bought a Sign Language phrase book so I can get more fluent.
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    The last book I was reading was the latest from Dan Brown. I can't even think of the name. I really loved his other books, hard to get into this one. For the most part I enjoy a good murder mystery.

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    I'm reading the Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman which is pretty good!

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    How funny, I was thinking that I really hoped that someone would bump the old thread and then a new one comes up..

    I'm currently reading the novels in my syllabus from my British literature class that I didn't get around to, as I have an exam coming up soon. I finished this one the other day, which was my first one by Woolf. I don't really know how I feel about. Neither yay nor nay, tbh.



    And now I've finished the first part of my first Dickens, which is okay, but I just want to get through it so I can move on to the next, actually..


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    ^^The Waves is my favorite Woolf. One chapter of my Thesis focused on the Waves.

    I just finished reading "Just Kids," Patti Smith's memoir of her relationship with Robert Maplethorpe

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    Quote Originally Posted by subsonic View Post
    ...I finished this one the other day, which was my first one by Woolf. I don't really know how I feel about. Neither yay nor nay, tbh.

    ...
    Dear Sub, Virginia's stream-of-consciousness stories were revolutionary back in the 1930s.

    It's best to emulate the book cover— do them lying out in the fields on a balmy day away from all distractions other than nature. Empty your mind completely and let Virginia's prose and rhythms take you over.

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    I'm reading my assigned Uni texts for next semester. Just started Sebald's The Rings of Saturn which I think I'll enjoy.

    I have an overwhelming urge to re-read Moby Dick though, as a treat. Decisions, decisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot4Latinos View Post
    ^^The Waves is my favorite Woolf. One chapter of my Thesis focused on the Waves.
    Really? Why? I'm really curious about her other work. What was your thesis about?

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Dear Sub, Virginia's stream-of-consciousness stories were revolutionary back in the 1930s.

    It's best to emulate the book cover— do them lying out in the fields on a balmy day away from all distractions other than nature. Empty your mind completely and let Virginia's prose and rhythms take you over.
    Thanks for the info. As mentioned, I had this in my Brit lit course at the university, so my teacher pretty much got us covered of the importance of Woolf. I did however not really have the time to read it out in the nature. I don't know if it would have effected or changed my reading of it though. But her style is definitely unique and well done - I'll give her that.

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    Just starting Thomas Penn, Winter King, Henry VII and The Dawn of Tudor England, Simon & Schuster, 2011. The English 1400's a passion.

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    I am reading The Devil Colony by James Rollins. It is part of his Sigma Force series.

    In a world where technology accelerates at an alarming rate, Sigma Force, a secret branch of DARPA operated by combat trained science experts, is tasked with investigating reports of dangerous new technologies which may pose a threat to the U.S. Opposing Sigma is a shadowy worldwide network known as The Guild. The Guild specializes in tracking down the lost technologies and plagues of history and legend in order to create new weapons of mass destruction. However, The Guild's true purpose is shrouded in a mystery that dates back to founding of America itself and possibly thousands of years before.

    Rollins seamlessly blends James Bond style espionage with Indiana Jones style adventures. He also weaves amazing conspiracies that span centuries and continents by combining ancient myths with cutting edge new scientific discoveries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubbybear01 View Post
    I am reading The Devil Colony by James Rollins. It is part of his Sigma Force series.

    In a world where technology accelerates at an alarming rate, Sigma Force, a secret branch of DARPA operated by combat trained science experts, is tasked with investigating reports of dangerous new technologies which may pose a threat to the U.S. Opposing Sigma is a shadowy worldwide network known as The Guild. The Guild specializes in tracking down the lost technologies and plagues of history and legend in order to create new weapons of mass destruction. However, The Guild's true purpose is shrouded in a mystery that dates back to founding of America itself and possibly thousands of years before.

    Rollins seamlessly blends James Bond style espionage with Indiana Jones style adventures. He also weaves amazing conspiracies that span centuries and continents by combining ancient myths with cutting edge new scientific discoveries.
    Haven't picked up The Devil Colony yet, but i've read all his other work.
    Now onto reading.


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    I've also been reading Kelley Armstrong's Women of Otherworld series. I know it'll start off sounding like one of those dime-a-dozen supernatural series but just hear me out. The books revolve around the misadventures of a group of loosely associated women who are part of the Otherworld, a underground society of supernatural races. There are major races (witches, sorcerers, necromancers, vampires, werewolves, half-demons) and a handful of minor races (shamans, clairvoyants, etc.).

    Usually I find series that try to throw so many different supernatural elements together silly. A book exclusively about vampires, werewolves or witches might be good but throw them all together and things can get ridiculous. Not so with Kelley. For one I like how she tones down the supernatural aspects of the characters. Vampires are no stronger than normal humans, werewolves run like everyone else whenever someone pulls out a gun, witches are pacifists, and sorcerers are more likely to set their body guards after you than actually cast a spell.

    Above all what keeps me coming back is the actual character interactions. The romances are dysfunctional and believable, characters have well rounded personalities and the conversations are witty. No other series makes me laugh this much.

    Books | Kelley Armstrong

    On a side note, there is a homosexual side character who struggles with having to hide his preferences from his family. Kelley portrays him in a very positive and sympathetic light.

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    Boyfriend suggested it: "Assholes Finish First" by Tucker Max.

    Has anyone read it?
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    Yes, I have read all of his books. I am appalled by his actions and attitude but find it oddly compelling. Perhaps, like everything else, it is fascinating to read about people doing things you'd never do yourself.

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    John Green.

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    Just started reading The Babylon Rite by Tom Knox



    The usual escapist nonsense, this one set in Edinburgh, Peru and London, mainly about the connection between The Templars and an ancient Peruvian tribe into human sacrifice, There's a scene set in London were a man's killed himself by chopping off his feet, his right hand and had a jolly good go of decapitating himself, The police find his body lying next to his laptop and when they check the search history they find that one of the last sites he visits before his death is JustUsBoys, i kid you not.

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    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
    The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'


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    I just finished:


    and am currently between two books:


    but focusing more on the earlier; The Passage is a weigh in the hand
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    we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?

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    Redshirts, by John Scalzi. Anyone who has watched the old Star Trek series will probably get the meaning behind the name. It's an awesome spoof, in which those who were meant to be cannon fodder become the heroes of the tale.

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    I've just finished Bill Bryson's The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid which was very funny. I've never read anything of his and not thoroughly enjoyed it.



    I've started Appointment in Samarra by John O'Hara:



    This book is a gift from one of my JustUsBoys chums. I've never read O'Hara before, but I think it's going to be another hit.

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    I'm currently reading The Naked God. It's part three of the epic sci-fi trilogy entitled The Nights Dawn by Peter F. Hamilton.

    Definitely 'yay'. This trilogy is the greatest piece of science fiction literature I've ever read. Even greater than my previous favourite, the Revelation Space series by Alastair Reynolds.

    The protagonist, Joshua, despite being promiscuous, arrogant and hedonistic, somehow manages to maintain his likability. Whereas the major antagonist, Quinn Dexter, is without a doubt the most vile, disgusting, evil character I've ever encountered in any novel, of any genre, ever. He also grows exponentially more evil, and more powerful as the series progresses.

    At times, due to the copiousness of the planets, habitats, races, societies, and cultures being introduced, it can be quite difficult to 'keep up', but most of the necessary information about each habitat / character is listed in the back of the book for reference.

    I couldn't recommend this series more to anyone who is looking for something interesting to read, even if you're not typically a fantasy / science fiction fan (and not just so that I have someone to talk to about how awesome it is ). That said, the series is incredibly deep and extensive, deciding to read them all is quite the commitment, but it is a commitment well worth making.
    The Nights Dawn series was great but but but...you think it's better than the Revelation Space books? I prefer my sci-fi hard

    Though I recently finished all the Polity books by Neal Asher and it's sci-fi of the softer variety. A society of hundreds of planets run by fair AIs, where politicians, corporate heads, religion all went the way of the dinosaurs centuries ago. Action, interestingly alien aliens, enormous intergalactic entity called Dragon which spouts nonsense while working on it's own secret agenda and all sorts of villainous types and horriffic animal lifeforms across the various planets. Really enjoyed it. Not sure what to read now

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    Read 2 "time travel" books recently.

    11/22/1963 by Stephen King is about JFK's assination, & 2 guys trying to stop it from happening. Excellent, suspenseful, best King I've read in years. What happens in 2 parallel periods is IMO engrossing

    REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS I'VE FORGOT, by Bob Smith. Gaycentric time travel book. 2 guys early this century, partners, 1 a scientist who "invents" a time machine at the behest of W & Cheney. He's become republican because of 9/11. His partner, the narrator, can't stand the person his BF has become. He is inadvertently sent back in time (by Cheney!!) & decides he will change history by keepng W from becoming president, hence keeping his BF out of thr righty orbit, oh & BTW, changing some family tragedies. LOL funny & thought provoking.

    Some "lite" horror. HORNS, by Joe Hill. (Hill is actually Stephen King's oldest son) A man is suspected of having raped & murdered his childhood sweetheart/fiancee, though he didn't do it. He begins to grow horns, which allow him to read minds (& know who the rapist/killer really is) & also allow him to have others do what he wishes them to do (nothing against their will, though). I found it entertaining, he has the same populist writing style as his dad. To be made into a movie starring Daniel Radcliffe

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    I've just finished Bill Bryson's The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid which was very funny. I've never read anything of his and not thoroughly enjoyed it.


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    How are you enjoying this?

    It was so haunting. Not the easiest read but it really stays with you afterwards.
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    Soon I Will Be Invincible (re-reading).

    It surprised me the first time round and I am appreciating its detail and intricacies a lot more the second time.

    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
    The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'


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    Quote Originally Posted by braex27 View Post
    How are you enjoying this?

    It was so haunting. Not the easiest read but it really stays with you afterwards.
    It's a nice yet bumpy ride. The whole story is so depressing you can smell even before you reach half of the book, but it was very implied since the storytelling barely exclaims it; the misery smoothly exudes with every word. Not to mention the twist, which happens naturally and unforced, as if it were already revealed from the beginning. It's a treasure, a whole different experience compared to the movie.

    What else to say? I dig it these kind of stories
    come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
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    I am rereading "The Truth Machine" by James L. Halperin. It is a great novel with some interesting ideas.



    For anyone interested you can click the link and read the book for free. You can also read the authors other book for free as well. Both are good reads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quasar View Post
    These are my recent ones - love them all!







    I can only see one book cover. Is "The Secret Crown" part of a series?
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    The Passage is a weigh in the hand
    I was suckered into reading The Passage via comparison with The Road. It's not true.

    I thought Cronin's book was crap, but I know lots of people have enjoyed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freefall View Post
    It's a nice yet bumpy ride. The whole story is so depressing you can smell even before you reach half of the book, but it was very implied since the storytelling barely exclaims it; the misery smoothly exudes with every word. Not to mention the twist, which happens naturally and unforced, as if it were already revealed from the beginning. It's a treasure, a whole different experience compared to the movie.

    What else to say? I dig it these kind of stories
    Yes, I think the movie revealed too much too quickly but I understand why it needed to do so. I quite liked the movie. Mulligan, Garfield and Knightley were admirable in difficult roles.

    The slow reveal in the book is what unsettled me, and when the truth of what was happening dawned on me... that was just it. Such great story-telling.
    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
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    Currently reading Cowl by Neal Asher. Bizarre time war between two factions of trans-humans, with a young girl and a trained killer from the mid 22nd century getting caught up in the struggle. Not as good as his epic space operas but otherwise quite an enjoyable read.

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    A biography of Benjamen Rush

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    Ransom by David Malouf
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    A good read if you care about old Hollywood...I like bios anyway, if I think I care about the person...Mineo had his "15 minutes" in the late 1950s...and he was gay.

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    I came across a news story on theadvocate.com about that hottie from Transamerica, Kevin Zegers, being cast in a gay role for the adaptation of some book called "The Mortal Instruments". Never heard of it so decided to download it. I've since discovered that it follows a "teen, supernatural" storyline but oh well. After finishing six of Jane Austens books I can go for something written in at least this century.

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    The Charlemagne Pursuit by Steve Barry, really good book by a great author!

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    I have read a lot of gay fiction including a shit load of gay horror novels. But still Anne Rice's books are still the best. Her Witching Books and all her Vampire books have heavy gay themes. Cry to Heaven is another gay book she did. Really fascinating reading. I also have read every gay comic book trade. The Rawhide Kid from Marvel is hilarious. Worth the read even if you don't read comics.

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    Currently reading The Player of Games the second of the Culture books by Iain M Banks.

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    the black hole.

    its actually a graphic novel by Charles burns about a sexually transmitted disease that turns it's victims into gross mutations.

    its actually a cool fun read imo.

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    Today I've been reading Shit My Dad Says by Justin Halpern. It's a quick read and very funny.

    Thank you Braex for the recommendation.


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    Enjoyable trash.

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    "Most Talkative" by Andy Cohen...half way thru...interesting...i like AC...

    "Everyone wants to be adored."

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    I'm reading DAYS OF DESTRUCTION DAYS OF REVOLT a non fiction , tour de force political manifesto by Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco. I strongly recommend it.
    I'm also reading THE SEVEN WONDERS by Steven Saylor the latest in an engrossing series about Gordianus the Finder a detective in ancient Rome. The historical detail, character development and plot are fantastic. It's a treat to read.

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