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    Dexter's Final Cut.
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    Suicide note by mitchell heismann. Interesting stuff.

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    I'm trying to find something good at the moment. Something gay for a change. I devoured the Christopher Isherwood books and gaysia. Hopefully not something that's cheap mills and boon crap or one where everyone dies at the end

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    Two things I never make time to do are exercise and read real literature.

    So I've been listening to audiobooks in attempt to shore my meager will. Just finished Nabakov's Lolita, and just starting Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse. (Listened to a bit of Marcus Aurelius, Nagarjuna, Rabindranath Tagore).

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    I have to find a sunny meadow in the trees and way away from other people to appreciate the spellbinding Virginia Woolf.

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    Just finished the first 3 Tales of the City books Tales, More Tales, Further Tales...I'll try to get to the next, what 6 or 7- a new one just came out....first 2 TV mini series very close to books, but 3rd mini was very different- the whole Anna's dad/Mother Mucca stiry in Further was made just for TV- not in book...but Maupin wrote and co produced, so I'm sure it was the way he wanted it.

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    Reading The Beating Of His Wings bt Paul Hoffman, third in the trilogy, too weird and wonderful to describe.

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    Since my last post, I've read about twenty books, from a sci-fi series to a history of the first civil rights efforts in the US (Fourteenth Amendment and all getting passed) to a very dishonest argument for gun control being constitutional to a veterinary guide on raising a dog.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I have to find a sunny meadow in the trees and way away from other people to appreciate the spellbinding Virginia Woolf.
    TtL is complex, as I expected/remembered. I'm appreciating the 30-second rewind feature on my ipod...hell, I listened to chapter one twice. Lacking your embowering meadow, I don't know that I'll become spellbound with its artifice. But it's (so far) crafty and enjoyable.
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    Garrison Keillor's “The Keillor Reader”

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    I just started Rita Mae Brown's A Nose for Justice and it seems pretty good. But the book I want everyone to read before June 6, when the movie premieres, is John Green's The Fault in Out Stars. It's going to be a great movie, I'm sure, but the book is wonderful.

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    I'm reading Book II of Evelyn Waugh's Sword of Honour trilogy.
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    Thad, I don't like to read a book before seeing a folm- I'm ALWAYS disappointed when they bring a great book to the screen- wondering why they changed this, cut that, etc...if I like a film, I'll read the book after for more background/insight

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    I recently finished The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York. A pretty interesting slice of history. There were a few mistakes that the author made regarding chemistry but nothing so bad that it ruined the book.

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    Just a little while ago I finished up a, new for me, author and fantasy series start: A Turn of Light by Julie E. Czerneda. Apparently she's written a lot of science fiction though I was not previously familiar with her. I quite enjoyed it.

    I have been waiting for the mass paper back release of Imager's Battalin by L. E. Modesitt Jr. to show up in my local book store. It's the sixth book in the Imager Portfolio series and though it's out, as is the next in the series, it's not in any of the book stores I frequent though the seventh book IS. Odd that.

    Buying online isn't practical for me.

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    I watched the 1946 version of "The Razor's Edge" when I came across it on TV. I've always skipped the opportunity before because I thought the spiritual search stuff would be tedious and boring. After finally seeing Anne Baxter's Oscar winning turn, I read the novel, which is even better. Since then I've been reading all the non-fiction stuff I can find by Somerset Maugham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubbybear01 View Post
    I recently finished The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York. A pretty interesting slice of history. There were a few mistakes that the author made regarding chemistry but nothing so bad that it ruined the book.
    Do you ever write the author when you find an error?

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    A Feast For Crows. I'm on a Game of Thrones roll here lol.
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    I have never read any of Hilary Mantel's wildly popular fiction ("Wolf Hall" etc.), but decided to try "Giving Up the Ghost" - her memoir of the early years (before she was famous). Frankly, it's kind of a downer, though she does write well; her fans ought to like this one more than I do.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    Do you ever write the author when you find an error?
    I did so to an author years ago, having found two (factual) errors. She replied that they were ultimately her fault, even though someone had been paid to edit the book.

    Recently, I contacted an audio narrator about a book she read that had a problem I considered significant. She said no one had mentioned it to her, and was a bit defensive in pointing a finger at the "proof listener" at the publishing company.
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    I tried to read Wolf Hall- bored to tears, gave up 50 pages in...there's one writer- writing series on Richard the Lionheart, who insists on changing his mother Eleanor's age- younger by 2 years...I've read about 15 books on her- don't agree with her reasons...Eleanor would have been 13 when she became Queen of France...and they always say she was 11 years older than her second husband- Henry II- so was he 19, not 21 when he became king- I'm pretty sure they got his age right originally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackinSea View Post
    I have never read any of Hilary Mantel's wildly popular fiction ("Wolf Hall" etc.), but decided to try "Giving Up the Ghost" - her memoir of the early years (before she was famous). Frankly, it's kind of a downer, though she does write well; her fans ought to like this one more than I do.



    I did so to an author years ago, having found two (factual) errors. She replied that they were ultimately her fault, even though someone had been paid to edit the book.

    Recently, I contacted an audio narrator about a book she read that had a problem I considered significant. She said no one had mentioned it to her, and was a bit defensive in pointing a finger at the "proof listener" at the publishing company.
    Hilary Mantel is God. If you want depressing historical fiction try "When Christ an His Saint Slept" about the twelfth century Anarchy (Henry I died his daughter and nephew RUINED the country in a twenty year civil war).
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    ...Lacking your embowering meadow, I don't know that I'll become spellbound with its artifice. But it's (so far) crafty and enjoyable.
    Virginia's Diaries and Letters are much more enjoyable than the straining artifice of her fiction. They still contain her nutritious insights but mixed with some humour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamNoah View Post
    Hilary Mantel is God. If you want depressing historical fiction try "When Christ an His Saint Slept" about the twelfth century Anarchy (Henry I died his daughter and nephew RUINED the country in a twenty year civil war).
    That's why I like alternative historical fiction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamNoah View Post
    Hilary Mantel is God. If you want depressing historical fiction try "While Christ and His Saint Slept" about the twelfth century Anarchy (Henry I died his daughter and nephew RUINED the country in a twenty year civil war).
    My d key doesn't work and I misremembered the title.
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    That's why I like alternative historical fiction.
    I've never found any goo alternative history for the period I love the most (1066-til the Deformation, oops I mean Reformation).
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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Virginia's Diaries and Letters are much more enjoyable than the straining artifice of her fiction. They still contain her nutritious insights but mixed with some humour.
    A cursory look shows that no one has yet committed the Diaries to audio form. You ought to volunteer a reading (anyone can) at Librivox.org.
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    ^ I've never attempted audio.

    A cursory look shows that A room of One's Own which is pleasantly satisfactory as a slim book takes 4 hours on audio!


    I've never attempted audio because I found listening on a Walkman is OK for pop music but gets really messy for me If I'm trying to walk around traffic and listening to serious music like Brahms.


    I could send my copy of the Woolf diaries in paperback with all my pencil marks marking all the delightful and insightful passages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamNoah View Post
    I've never found any goo alternative history for the period I love the most (1066-til the Deformation, oops I mean Reformation).
    That does seem to be a barren stretch. Maybe authors find it boring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamNoah View Post
    I've never found any goo alternative history for the period I love the most (1066-til the Deformation, oops I mean Reformation).
    What is 'alternative history'?

    Is it fake history?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alxwhtmr95 View Post
    Thad, I don't like to read a book before seeing a folm- I'm ALWAYS disappointed when they bring a great book to the screen- wondering why they changed this, cut that, etc...if I like a film, I'll read the book after for more background/insight
    But every so often Hollywood gets it right. My favorite example is Anne Tyler's The Accidental Tourist. I was looking forward to meeting Muriel on screen and Geena Davis was just perfect in the role.

    I recommend the book, too.

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    I'm working my way through Fred W. Hunter's books - finished the Alex Reynolds series and am starting the Ransom books. Quick, fun reading.
    Goodreads list of his works

    In the first one:
    With Peter, his longtime lover, busy for the evening, Alex Reynolds decides to stop in for a quick beer at a local Chicago gay bar and survey the nightlife scene he left behind for "married" life years before. Quickly unamused, Alex decides to call it an early evening, stopping off in the men's room before going home. But there he is assaulted by two men who demand of him, "Where is it?" ...A dead body turns up outside the bar the next morning, and a CIA agent arrives at the door of the house Alex and Peter share with Alex's unflappable mother and begins asking some very confusing questions....

    Meanwhile, on audio, I've found all sorts of things at the online library. For those who don't know, I wanted to mention two sources of audio and e-book loans: The local branch of your county library (or whatever you have) and, if you have one, the state library commission. Interestingly, the latter did not process my library card online, but they gave me my number over the phone to use while waiting for my physical card. They had several of the mystery series I like, but I didn't know until after I bought them -- Joseph Hansen's Brandstetter books, for example.

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    I've just finished the 5th book in author Kevin Hearne's "The Iron Druid Chronicles". The 5 books in order are Hounded, Hexed, Hammered, Tricked and Trapped. From the first book's flyleaf:

    "Atticus O'Sullivan, last of the Druids, lives peacefully in Arizona, running an occult bookshop and shape-shifting in his spare time to hunt with his Irish wolfhound, Oberon. His neighbors and customers think that this handsome, tattooed Irish dude is about twenty-one years old--when in actuality, he's twenty-one centuries old. Not to mention: He draws his power from the Earth, posses a sharp wit, and wields an even sharper magical sword known as Fragarach, the Answerer."

    If you like contemporary fantasy, loaded with lots of magical & mystical beings. . .everything from werewolves, vampires, ghouls, whole pantheons of gods and goddesses (including Christian, Jewish, Celtic, Hindu, Roman, Greek, Norse, etc.). . .lots of colorfully described fight scenes and the telepathic communication between Atticus and Oberon, you will enjoy this series. IMO, Oberon gets some of the best lines, but, then again, he's a dog with a fondness of fried sausages and French Poodles. ERrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, wait, that didn't come out sounding correct. Oberon has a fondness for French Poodles in HEAT and fried sausages

    Here's the author's web site: http://kevinhearne.com/

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    Finished Intensity by Dean Koontz, overall enjoyed the read. Now I started Midnight also by him. I started the The Amory Wars by Claudio Sanchez (Vocalist of Coheed and Cambria) as well.

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    I started out with his metamorphosis. Loved it. =) Still have to get to The Trial!

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    There are some intellectual horn dogs after all! haha - Reading two diaries by Simone De Beauvoir

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    I'm finally tackling the final Wheel of Time novel.

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    Not a book, but a Nifty story. The Inn.
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    I'm reading Beautiful Music for Ugly Children, by Kirsten Cronn-Mills. It's about Gabe, a Minnesota high school senior who's a DJ on the community radio station. Gabe has only recently come to terms with who he is; he was born Elizabeth.

    I'm about a quarter of the way through and I like Gabe a lot. And I'm a sucker for the Minnesota setting; the Minneapolis skyline is on the cover.

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    Currently on a Ghost Story kick, but damned if I can find any really excellent ones. Or just good in general, most of the writing seems mediocre, you can tell what's coming a mile away.
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    Halfway through A Memory of Light, the final book in the Wheel of Time series. It should have been two books, it's so long.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

    *the number is now forty

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    Sea of Poppies by Amitav Ghosh, a delightful Hobson-Jobson of colonial and native patois.

    A shipful of of characters arrives on a schooner carrying indentured coolies from Calcutta to Mauritius in 1838.

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    Nothing at the moment; still awaiting mass paperback releases in several series I'm in the midst of.

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    Just finished the Divergent. Started out okay but muddled the ending.
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    i finished not long ago the glass castle by jeannette walls, well written, stays on point with every story. i recommend it!
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    I've been reading about hair. . . For summer research! Goffman's presentation of self is a great theoretical text in sociology too. Good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    Halfway through A Memory of Light, the final book in the Wheel of Time series. It should have been two books, it's so long.
    Really long but I loved it. Probably my favourite fantasy series.

    I'm currently on book 4 of the Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steven Erikson. I've mixed feelings about this series so far. When it's good, it's really good, but it can seem a bit tedious at times too. The scale of the story, characters etc is massive so it's easy to get lost. But I'll stick with it a while yet.

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