What are you reading right now?

Discussion in 'The Coffee House' started by wheresmysheep, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. Sunday16

    Sunday16 Well-Known Member

    Lottery it's about a young man with a 76 IQ who wins the lottery. I'm really enjoying it!
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  2. Brian777

    Brian777 Safety and Support Forum Pro SF Artist SF Supporter

    Reading for the second time
    the Safron Robe by T Lobsang Rampa
    I too read several books at a time......back and forth as the mood beckons
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  3. AsphyxiateOnWords

    AsphyxiateOnWords If you're 555, then I'm 666.

    Corey Taylor, Seven Deadly Sins
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  4. possumrot

    possumrot Member

    teatro grottesco by thomas ligotti
  5. Lynne1974

    Lynne1974 Well-Known Member

    I'm reading a variety of magazines. Might try and fnish my romance novel later.
  6. Mr Hope

    Mr Hope Unilateral Positive Thinker

    Henry Kissinger "World Order"
  7. Flying Fox

    Flying Fox SF Supporter

    Decision at Doona by Anne McCaffrey. The ethics of having colonized a planet which was already home to a sentient lifeform, after swearing off all contact with sentient species, having once caused a mass suicide as a result.
  8. Lynne1974

    Lynne1974 Well-Known Member

    Working on a romance novel...i normally read a ton of non-fiction, so this is a pleasant change.
  9. Flying Fox

    Flying Fox SF Supporter

    Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
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  10. Aprilflowers7

    Aprilflowers7 Well-Known Member

    I'm reading more than one book at the moment. Two books are poetry; one is a Little House on the Prairie book; and one is "Foundation's Fear" by Gregory Benford (scifi). I have found that there are a lot of best-sellers at thrift stores. So I go there or I download the free or cheap books on the kindle.
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  11. Woowoo

    Woowoo Well-Known Member

    I'm trying to read Death Sentence by Damien Boyd which is a crime fiction book but, unfortunately, my concentration is not very good when I'm depressed so it's slow going.
  12. Sunday16

    Sunday16 Well-Known Member

    The Big Truck that Went By, How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster
    by Jonathan Katz
    It's an eyewitness account of an American journalist living in Haiti when the 2012 earthquake struck. He tells a brutally honest story of how broken and ineffective the current system of disaster relief is.
  13. Woowoo

    Woowoo Well-Known Member

    Well I finished Death Sentence on Thursday and yesterday I read Heads or Tails, which is the next one in the series. I'm getting back my passion for reading :)
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