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    Posted on 05:13:30 - 22/02/21 (3 years ago)
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    Dune, I am trying to get ready for the movie.
    Same! I was reading during New Year. The first book was quite engrossing. But the second book was the complete opposite. It was a drag. There was hardly any story, and the characters were all flat. I can't get myself to read the third/final book =(
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    Posted on 05:16:51 - 22/02/21 (3 years ago)
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    I'm currently reading A Song of Ice and Fire. Heard it's really good.
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    Posted on 07:05:46 - 24/02/21 (3 years ago)
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    Reading the troubled blood by Robert Galbraith.
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    Posted on 13:31:56 - 24/02/21 (3 years ago)
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    Am reading 'Silence of The Lambs' little by little. Maybe 3 pages a day..........just so I don't forget how to read tbh.

                         

     

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    Posted on 08:46:57 - 01/03/21 (3 years ago)
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    NirTheNotable [2606740]

    Am reading 'Silence of The Lambs' little by little. Maybe 3 pages a day..........just so I don't forget how to read tbh.
    I didn't know Silence of the Lambs was a book. Is the movie based on the book?
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    Posted on 15:39:26 - 01/03/21 (3 years ago)
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    NirTheNotable [2606740]

    Am reading 'Silence of The Lambs' little by little. Maybe 3 pages a day..........just so I don't forget how to read tbh.

    daFoxy [2655265]

    I didn't know Silence of the Lambs was a book. Is the movie based on the book?
    It was the 2nd book of 4 in the Hannibal Lecter novels.written by Thomas Harris; the first being 'Red Dragon'
    The books inspired the movies.

    But I shot a man in Torn, just to watch him die.

     

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    Posted on 05:13:53 - 02/03/21 (3 years ago)
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    NirTheNotable [2606740]

    Am reading 'Silence of The Lambs' little by little. Maybe 3 pages a day..........just so I don't forget how to read tbh.

    daFoxy [2655265]

    I didn't know Silence of the Lambs was a book. Is the movie based on the book?

    _TB [102482]

    It was the 2nd book of 4 in the Hannibal Lecter novels.written by Thomas Harris; the first being 'Red Dragon'
    The books inspired the movies.
    Wow, I didn't know that. I'll check them out.
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    Posted on 18:10:02 - 13/03/21 (3 years ago)
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    Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel (I recently watched the BBC television series and enjoyed it) just finished reading the first book in the trilogy: excellent. Onwards to Wolf Hall: Bring up the Bodies!

    But I shot a man in Torn, just to watch him die.

     

    The best laid plans of mice, men and faction leaders often go awry. 

     

     

     

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    Posted on 02:24:27 - 06/04/21 (3 years ago)
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    Tom Clancy's Patriot Games and A George Martin's Dance With Dragons (which i haven't opened in 6-7 months because i don't want to finish it and wait until George finally finishes The Winds of Winter)
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    Posted on 14:33:56 - 11/04/21 (3 years ago)
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    Jeffrey Archer - As the crow flies

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    Posted on 21:47:11 - 11/04/21 (3 years ago)
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    1. A Book for Skills:

    A Foragers Harvest- by Samuel Thyer,

    2. A Book for Escape:

    Shadowborn ,Light and Shadow Book 1 by Moira Katson

    3. A Book of Knowledge.

    Re-reading this
    The Forked Tongue A handbook for treating people badly (revisited) by Flagg

    I tend to read a few books a week this way, alternating what i am in the mood to read by the time I have allotted during my day.
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    Posted on 23:23:14 - 11/04/21 (3 years ago)
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    NirTheNotable [2606740]

    Am reading 'Silence of The Lambs' little by little. Maybe 3 pages a day..........just so I don't forget how to read tbh.

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    I didn't know Silence of the Lambs was a book. Is the movie based on the book?
    Read the series, better than the films. Hannibal is truely disturbing...

    I will never lie to you. What I say is how I feel...

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    Posted on 23:04:40 - 12/04/21 (3 years ago)
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    Sandman Slim series
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    Posted on 10:38:56 - 13/04/21 (3 years ago)
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    'Ordinary Men' by Christopher Browning. Its a historical account of a german Reserve Police battalion that was stationed in Poland to carry out the Final Solution. Its a pretty incredible and chilling story of how normal men turned into tools of genocide
    That sounds right up my alley. I'm going to look into it.
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    Posted on 21:33:50 - 13/04/21 (3 years ago)
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    Second novel in The Autumn Rain trilogy by David J Williams; not new books, but absolutely amazing. That scene in The Matrix Reloaded when the machines break through into Zion and all the defences and the mechs open up? Every damned chapter of these books is like that...
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    Posted on 01:41:21 - 15/04/21 (3 years ago)
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    Just finished my 3rd read through of the Dresden files by Jim Butcher. I love that series so much!

    I was going to start Malazan Book of the Fallen, but needed something lighter first so am now reading Brandon Sanderson's Reckoner trilogy.
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    Posted on 04:07:45 - 16/08/21 (2 years ago)
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    I am reading Dune right and all I can say is its a great book for people who like sci fi
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