What book are you reading?

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  1. SuperDude526

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    I have no idea how my post ended up in here. :|
     
  2. The Fortunate One

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    Hell's Corner by David Baldacci
     
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    Just read:

    Catherine Coulter: Double Take - This is my second book from Catherine Coulter's Suspense Thrillers and I don't like it.
    Dean Koontz: The Mask - This is a good one. It gave me goosebumps!
    Barbara Taylor Ford: The Triumph of Katie Bryne - Predictable
    Tess Gerritsen: The Surgeon - Pure genius

    I'm about to read The Apprentice by Tess Gerritsen! Excited! :D
     
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    Casino Royale!
     
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    Currently reading Cell by Stephen King. Also planning on reading The Shining when I'm finished
     
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    The Walking Dead: Volume 2 - "Miles Behind Us"
     
  8. Jesse

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    Cell and The Walking Dead, great stuff. (Excluding the actual Walking Dead novels, they suck)

    I'm reading

    The End of Everything by Megan Abbot
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    Kiss Me, Judas by Will Christopher Baer
     
  9. ChuckCheese

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    Cell is one of my favorite Stephen King works.

    I'm currently on The Twelve by Justin Cronin, sequel to The Passage. Really good post-apocalyptic stuff.
     
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    I don't see why someone would read the novel when the comic book is available. :p
     
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    The Racketeer by John Grisham
     
  12. Jesse

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    Because the books tell back stories not in the comics, but still set in the comic universe. :lol:

    It's just they are horribly written and the plot elements are contrived. O_O
     
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    right now I'm reading Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler,, and I really need to finish it, cause I read it almost a year, and still finish it yet -_-
     
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    nice read bro (y)
     
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    Zom-B by Darren Shan, its really good. Currently reading the second one. They're really short though, which is a downside. 224 pages :(.
     
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    Diary and Rant both by Chuck Palahniuk.
     
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    I just finished reading Peter Robinson's Piece of My Heart. I like it. I like the way Peter Robinson writes suspense novel because the words that he used are simple and easily to understand - not complicated. Right now, I'm going to start Strange Affair with the same author. If you're into suspense, give this author a try even Stephen King recommended him! :)
     
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    I will try to read it,, even I didn't like novel at all :p the only novel that I like is from Dan Brown., it's blown mind, the author invite us to join on his imagination (y)
     
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    The Knife Of Never Letting Go, this is some weird shit for a 'young adult' book.
     
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    American Gods by Neil Gaiman.
     

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