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Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now? 
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'The Man Who Knew Infinity: A Life of the Genius Ramanujan' by Kanigel
'Islam in China' by Broomhall
'Krispos Rising' by Turtledove
'Goodnight Moon' by Margaret Wise Brown
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I am now reading "The Secret Life of Bees". :)



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Knife Edge by Shaun Hutson


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I'm currently reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman. On page 76 of 588. I had a feeling there would be a thread here on Book Talk about it and sure enough there is. I'm probably going to need it to figure out what is going on. So far I am enjoying it.



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Insomnia by Stephen King.


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Post Re: Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now?
Just finished John Grisham's "The Litigators." It was okay, but in my opinion not one of his better books. I am currently 'reading' Suzanne Broakmann's newest, "Born to Darkness." I put reading in quotes as it is an audiobook. I ride a stationary bike to keep my arthritic knees loose (it works), and listen to audiobooks while I ride. My next planned read is "Mockingjay" (I have read the other two "Hunger Games" novels. Depending on what I find at the library on my next trip, who knows.



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