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EJ Loves Takashi
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Billie Jean, I picked up Son of a Witch the morning and started to read it. Great minds think alike!
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Stephen King's Pet Sematary.
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the book of the five rings
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Picadilly Jim, by P G Wodehouse, and the accompanying book to the tv series Last Chance To See, by Mark Carwardine and Stephen Fry.
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Just finished Jimmy the Wags- Street Stories of a Private Eye. Good book, fast moving. He was a former NYPD cop who then took up private investigations and security work. I also picked up a couple of mysteries I have got to get started on.
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Classic Rock presents Whitesnake.

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Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol.... have kind of a hard time getting into it. It's just more of the same.
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Anything by Catherine Anderson and Susan Mallery. Love these two authors!
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David Copperfield - Charles ****ens
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Liberty Defined--Ron Paul
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Lord of the Flies
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Phantom Evil (Heather Graham)
Chasing Fire (Nora Roberts)
The Bone Thief (Jefferson Bass)

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The Fall by Guirmo del Torro and Chuck Hogan, awesome vampire book, blows Stephanie Myer out of the water
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The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton.
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Red- the autobiography of Sammy Hagar. I finished it a few days ago- it was really good.
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Seal Team 6 Memoirs of an Elite Navy Seal Sniper. I finished it last week. Not about getting Osama but about other missions and training (i.e., Somalia).
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Currently reading "Interesting Times" by Terry Pratchett. One of the Rincewind books, it deals with him being sent to an isolated country (the Discworld equivalent of feudal-age China) as a response to a request for 'The Great Wizzard', which turns out to be a ruse by one of the Clan heads who is busy vying for power. In due course, Rincewind will meet revolutionaries, soldiers, tourists, flatulent cattle, and The Silver Horde, a group of very elderly freedom fighters and bounty hunters under the leadership of Ghengis Cohen, a 98-year old man known throughout the uncivilised world as Cohen The Barbarian....
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Steve-O: Professional Idiot...great book...sometimes funny, sometimes sad, very truthful.

I'm also reading Stephen King's Full Dark, No Stars....classic King! It's sooo much better than the crap he'd been writing.

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I just finished Monster Planet by David Wellington which was a very creative and intelligent spin on zombie lore. Loved it. It was the last book in a trilogy.
I'm moving on to some Stephen King short stories.

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I read Mackenzie Phillips' High on Arrival (Wow!), Maureen McCormack's autobio (again, wow!)and Janet Evanovich's Smokin' Seventeen. Right now I'm reading Ice-T's memoirs.
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