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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!
    I've read this book awhile ago. I recommend it as well.

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    The Reality Dysfunction

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    I found it in a box that had been hastily packed last time I moved -- apparently I bought it and forgot about it! Anyway, it's potent and unique.

    "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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    "Patriot Games" - Tom Clancy

    Not finished yet, but I will say thats is far better than the movie only 5 chapters in.

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    "Patriot Games" - Tom Clancy

    Not finished yet, but I will say thats is far better than the movie only 5 chapters in.
    I knew that would be the case the moment I saw who they cast for the movie.

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    Hey! I love Harrison Ford, just wouldn't have picked him for that part and I agree on 95% of the other castings! WTF were they thinking? Didn't Tom have any say?

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    In a column I read recently, author Chris Bohjalian recommended "Year of Wonders," by Geraldine Brooks. I read it a while ago, and I agree! It's the kind of book I'd ordinarily NEVER pick up. It's the story of a woman in the Dark Ages during the time of the bubonic plague. My first reaction was not to bother; I don't usually like historical fiction or "women's books." But "Year of Wonders" is a WOW.

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    Found a used copy of Love is Colder than Death, the bio on Fassbinder. Fascinating man and films.

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    I'm in the midst of Robert Caro's "The Passage of Power" -- part of his multi-volume biography of Lyndon Johnson. This one covers the period from his failed presidential run in the 1960 race to the aftermath of Dallas. There's a bit of historical confusion about the exact situation, but it seems he was offered the veep job as a courtesy (formality), with the Kennedys never thinking he might actually accept!

    As far as gay books go, I recently knocked off "Familiar Spirits" by Alison Lurie -- her take on poet James Merrill and writer David Jackson's relationship, from promising start to bitter end. It's a relatively short book that I read in a couple of sittings.

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    I just finished Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist, by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. I loved it...it's fun and gay-positive and New York as I know (or might like to know) it! I know it's become a movie, and I haven't seen it yet...but I think I'd like to.

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    Listening to Swann's Way has been like taking a bath when you are already clean, and then taking thirty more.

    What makes it compelling beyond pleasure is considering Proust's early retirement, though not compelling enough that I want to take those 180 baths that I yet could.
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    I've just started Alan Clark: The Biography by Ion Trewin which I picked up in a charity shop in hardback for £2.50.



    Clark was a great character and I enjoyed all three volumes of his diaries ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Clark_Diaries ). So far, so good.

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    Just finished the Kennedys and Fitzgeralds. Now reading Progressive era of TR and Taft.

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    I'm about three-fourths of the way through Neal Stephenson's deeply philosophical (I mean, in the sense of Socrates) science-fiction Anathem in which a band of scholastics reflect on a collision of metaphysics and physics itself.

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    One I finished a couple of days ago is All That Is by James Salter, very well written and pretty much the best thing I´ve read in the last few years, simple yet satisfying.

    I finished today How to Archer: The Ultimate Guide to Espionage, Style, Women, and Cocktails Ever Written. If you liked the animated series, you´ll like it, it´s pretty funny and perfect to kill time.
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    Meat is for Pussies: A How-To Guide for Dudes Who Want to Get Fit, Kick Ass, and Take Names.

    I figure if I want to pursue becoming a vegan, might as well do it with class. . .

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    I'm a pretty big science fiction reader, so at the moment I'm rereading Year's Best Science Fiction 22nd edition as I wait for the 31st to arrive in the mail.

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    Not really sure why, but I'm rereading Weber's Honor Harrington series. Thanks to some discussion here on JUB, I'm paying particular attention to the politics.

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    Rag and Bone, by Michael Nava, the seventh and last of his novels featuring gay Hispanic lawyer Henry Rios. It's a proper conclusion to the series, and I want to read or reread the others now. But first I should read Nava's new historical novel, The City of Palaces, just released this year.

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    Dance of Dragons Book one almost there lol. Probably won't be finished book 2 and book 6 comes out lol.
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    Started The Secret History by Donna Tartt, but the library fees were adding up so I let it go half-way through, just when it started getting interesting. I'll have to find a used copy.
    Finally acquired copies of Murakami's The Wind-up Bird Chronicle and Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest at a Powell's sale. Summer is over. Spending less time outside. Here comes six months of rain. Hoping I can get through a generous stack of books by spring. The new Naomi Klein comes out next month too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arpeggi View Post
    Started The Secret History by Donna Tartt, but the library fees were adding up so I let it go half-way through, just when it started getting interesting. I'll have to find a used copy.
    Finally acquired copies of Murakami's The Wind-up Bird Chronicle and Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest at a Powell's sale. Summer is over. Spending less time outside. Here comes six months of rain. Hoping I can get through a generous stack of books by spring. The new Naomi Klein comes out next month too.
    I've been eyeing Infinite Jest but worry it may be like White Noise which I found too much of a parody for my taste. Do post about it.
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    I started about 10 bad books until I finally decided to try The Fault In Our Stars to see what everyone is talking about. I finally understand the cigarette/metaphor thing now :P I did read 2 chapters and so far I´m between giving it up or continue reading...
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    I've been eyeing Infinite Jest but worry it may be like White Noise which I found too much of a parody for my taste. Do post about it.
    I've been holding out on Infinite Jest for years because I try to buy used and could never find a copy. White Noise by DeLillo? That's one of my favorites. I never thought about it at all as a parody. I'm not sure how it'll compare, but I'll be sure to follow up.

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    I'm missing the next Honor Harrington book, so while I'm waiting for it to show at the library I picked up a random book -- an Orson Scott Card thing called Shadows in Flight.

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    ^ Whatever.

    Hi. I'm new here, and even I know you're weirdo.

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    Blake A Teen Vampire by Step Alexander.

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    Right now I am working my way through, The Communist Manifesto, A Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin and The Origin of the Species.

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    Ashes of Victory

    It's an intriguing title, huh?

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    Cloud Atlas - enjoying it very much.

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    Dash & Lily's Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. More for teenagers, but I enjoyed it, more than The Fault In Our Stars.
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    I'm putting down Eco's Baudolino, which isn't nearly as much fun as I had hoped, and am looking for something else.
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    On Being A Theologian of the Cross

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    Reading 2 at the moment:

    Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth, wonderful retelling of the story of Rapunzel, told from 3 perspectives. It's really amazing, and hooked me from the opening chapter.



    And You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay. It's a self-help book that is about self-healing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aaggii View Post
    Dash & Lily's Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. More for teenagers, but I enjoyed it, more than The Fault In Our Stars.
    If you liked either of those books (or both, or, heck, even neither), don't miss the book David Levithan and John Green wrote together, the fabulous Will Greyson, Will Greyson. It's the story of two suburban Chicago teens, each named Will Greyson, who meet under unusual and hilarious circumstances...and that's just the start.

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    The stranger by Albert Camus. Wasnt bad.

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    Dear Girls Above Me by Charlie McDowell

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    Cloud Atlas as an audio book, listen to it while working out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thad1527 View Post
    If you liked either of those books (or both, or, heck, even neither), don't miss the book David Levithan and John Green wrote together, the fabulous Will Greyson, Will Greyson. It's the story of two suburban Chicago teens, each named Will Greyson, who meet under unusual and hilarious circumstances...and that's just the start.
    Sounds interesting and I was actually just looking for something to read. Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MEP2491 View Post
    Cloud Atlas as an audio book, listen to it while working out.
    I've been listening to books too while I exercise (and exercise my dogs). I feel like I'm getting so much done at once , while enjoying the enrichment of 'reading.' However, as you may know, not all readers are equal, and the effect of a talented reader or a terrible one is dramatic. Considering that, I mentioned just upthread a bit, the superb reading Jeremy Irons delivers with Nabakov's Lolita. The novel is perfect already, so you will wonder how listening to it could be better, but it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thad1527 View Post
    If you liked either of those books (or both, or, heck, even neither), don't miss the book David Levithan and John Green wrote together, the fabulous Will Greyson, Will Greyson. It's the story of two suburban Chicago teens, each named Will Greyson, who meet under unusual and hilarious circumstances...and that's just the start.
    I read it today, it was a nice book, a bit too teenage-y for me. The other two seemed more serious, but this one, you can tell they didn´t put much thought into it.
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    Re-read Peter Cameron's mid-1990s novel, The Weekend.


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    My inner American must be missing. The Great Gatsby didn't resonate with me.
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    Treasure by Clive Cussler
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    the goldfinch by donna tartt
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    I´m just starting You Are The Placebo by Dr. Joe Dispenza, only because I saw it in a picture of a naked guy on Tumblr :P I wrote a description and it sounds interesting, I´ll let you know how it was.
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    I just finished Rebel Souls, by Justin Martin. It's the story of the Bohemians who met at Pfaff's cafe in New York in the 1850s and 1860s...a long forgotten group that included Walt Whitman in his younger days. They were fascinating and well worth remembering. Martin also follows Whitman afterward, to Washington DC where he met the love of his life. And he tells of the tragedies that befell other members of the circle. It's an easy and enjoyable read that rediscovers a lot of forgotten history,

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