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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Oh! Vivi should try This one as She like's Terry Pratchett.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivi View Post
    Terry Pratchett's awesome although I don't enjoy his newer books so much which is probably a matter of taste.

    I don't think Death will snatch him up so quickly, not even when he's fighting for legalisation of euthanasia (something I agree with as I will always want to be in control of my own life).
    And so does DEATH apparently.


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    By Roger Zelazny and Jane Lindskold.


    Last in the "Jack of Shadows" stuff Roger did and I Don't care what wikipedia says on the subject for once,
    So there!


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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    I'm reading through John Scalzi's Old Man's War series. He's been churning out great sci-fi novels at an alarming rate lately.




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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    In a follow-up update to my last post



    Terry Pratchett begins formal process to Die.



    I thought he just needed 10cc of mouseblood and a egg?



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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    The Hobbit
    I like to read it during summer break.



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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Quote Originally Posted by BobCox2 View Post
    In a follow-up update to my last post



    Terry Pratchett begins formal process to Die.



    I thought he just needed 10cc of mouseblood and a egg?
    Poor taste Bob. I saw his documentary last Monday (well the last half of it) and it was very touching, very moving. He's facing a very difficult decision.




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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Just finished reading The Passage and a now reading Operation Mincemeat.



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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    1984, lsat stuff



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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Most recent was Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut. I had read it before, but had forgotten how think the irony was, or maybe I just missed it on the first go through.



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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivi View Post
    Poor taste Bob. I saw his documentary last Monday (well the last half of it) and it was very touching, very moving. He's facing a very difficult decision.
    Well This is not normal in America Vivi

    Even if you think it's in good taste.

    Tastes Differ.

    He's English and I think he would chuckle if he read it.




    I just finished The Light of Other Days by
    Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter

    Had missed it til now and was great 10 of 10 hard Sci Fi
    Gave me a sense of Déjà=View




    Now reading Heart of the Comet a novel by David Brin and Gregory Benford.

    Wow that's even older and Great stuff!

    Haley's already passed in my life how about for you?

    Will edit in a score when finished.


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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    That's just because cycling lanes are non existent in the USA. The country is so crowded some places are impossible to go to by car so you have to use a bike.

    If you saw the documentary I saw the other week you would know what I meant though. And why I said it. But I forgot you couldn't have seen it so I can't expect you to understand.




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