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Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now? 
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Fatherland by Robert Harris.


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I am now reading Hellblazer:Original Sin and Hellblazer: Hight Water back to back.


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Post Re: Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now?
Hi All, I have just been given a present of Bill Brysons 'At Home' A Short history or Private Life. I normally read fiction but I am finding htis very entertaining .... :)



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Finished Hellblazer: Setting Sun.
I am now reading White Ghost by Shaun Hutson. Yeah I'm a Hutson fan.


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Post Re: Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now?
At the moment I am reading Beast Quest.
Also, I like the authors Jeremy Strong and Roald Dahl.
In Beast Quest, Tom a young boy, fights mythical creatures.
There are so many series of Beast Quest with lots of mythical creatures.



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Post Re: Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now?
Reading "In the Garden of the Beast" about the US Ambassador and his faimily in Germany right after Hitler took over in 1933, 34.



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Dark Tower V Wolves Of The Calla, by my God, Stephen King.


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Im currently reading the midnight club by james patterson.



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Post Re: Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now?
Dave The Marine wrote:
Reading "In the Garden of the Beast" about the US Ambassador and his faimily in Germany right after Hitler took over in 1933, 34.


I enjoyed this book very much. It gave an interesting look inside the workings of the politics and diplomacy at the time. Since reading it I have read more about the Ambassador's daughter.



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I recently finished Room by Emma Donoghue. It was disturbing and I had to push myself at times to keep reading. However, the overall story is uplifting in that the mother and son maintain their relationship and seem to be able to move on.



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Post Re: Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now?
I'm reading the Anne Bishop " Black Jewels" Trilogy, 3 books in one, and yesterday i realized that these are the first 3 books of a 7 book series..... wow got a long way to go...... I'm a bit more into the trilogies or series type books,



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I'm deliberating between continuing reading a prominent Redwall fanfiction and reading the autobiography of Frederick Douglass.



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I think I'm the last person in the world to be reading the Harry Potter series, I'm on the 4th book rite now, The Goblin of Fire


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Post Re: Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now?
Yes, I am finding it extremely interesting lindat_amato. I don't know what I will read next I would be interested in what she did later in life.



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Post Re: Reading for pleasure! What are you reading now?
I'm reading the Dune Series by Frank Herbert. I'm almost finished with Dune Messiah! I love them



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