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      I?m reading A Rare Benedictine: The Advent of Brother Cadfael by Ellis Peters. It contains three stories about Brother Cadfael and tells how the former crusader ended up becoming a monk.

      I discovered Brother Cadfael through the TV dramatizations of the books starring Derek Jacobi. Now I?m reading the books and enjoying them immensely.

        I've heard of the author, but have never read any of his stuff. It sounds like an interesting book. I'll have to look it up. I'm currently reading Black House by my favourite author, Stephen King. It's a little slow but seems to be getting better. Good thread to start

          The Knights Of The Limits... short stories by Barrington Bayley. Recommended.

            I am reading Anna Frank's Diary (again) for school. I really like that book, I think that Anna was a wonderful person.

              Harry Potter 7

                Rocío Record:Harry Potter 7

                I?ve read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows twice already. There?s so much to it that I think it takes a few readings to totally absorb. The first time I read it I didn?t leave the house and I avoided all media, including my email. I didn?t want to risk anyone ruining it for me.

                  Rereading "An Inconvenient Truth" and "An Assault on Reason"
                  by Al Gore I highly recommend them there is a lot to be learned..brilliant

                    Reading a book of remedies. Both me and my cat seem to be under the weather.

                      dantheweatherman:Reading a book of remedies. Both me and my cat seem to be under the weather.

                      I hope the both of you are feeling better soon! Give your cat a pat from me!

                        macca09:I've heard of the author, but have never read any of his stuff. It sounds like an interesting book. I'll have to look it up. I'm currently reading Black House by my favourite author, Stephen King. It's a little slow but seems to be getting better. Good thread to start

                        I work in a bookstore so I'm very interested in what people are reading. Plus I'm always open to what books other people would recommend.

                          The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold.

                            Lisa Randall's "Warped Passages: Unraveling the mysteries of the universe's hidden dimensions"

                            If you're into Quantum Physics, her books are always fun to read.

                            And also "The Probable Future" by Alice Hoffman - when I don't want to do too much thinking

                              The Internation home cooking book
                              love doris.

                                Anyone reading "World Without End" by Ken Follet?
                                I was shocked going to some multi-store and seeing "The sequel of Pillars of the Earth", I saw Ken Follet was the writer and look at some pages and the "red hair of Jack" was mentioned.

                                  21st Century Paul:Anyone reading "World Without End" by Ken Follet?
                                  I was shocked going to some multi-store and seeing "The sequel of Pillars of the Earth", I saw Ken Follet was the writer and look at some pages and the "red hair of Jack" was mentioned.

                                  I haven't read it yet but we're selling a lot of them at my bookstore!

                                    deKooningartist:Lisa Randall's "Warped Passages: Unraveling the mysteries of the universe's hidden dimensions"

                                    If you're into Quantum Physics, her books are always fun to read.

                                    I haven't read her books yet though I've thumbed through them and they do look interesting. I love science.

                                    deKooningartist:
                                    And also "The Probable Future" by Alice Hoffman - when I don't want to do too much thinking

                                    I think we all have those moments! There are many serious, important, and classic books I have yet to read, but sometimes I need to read something just for fun.

                                      G.K. Chesterton - Orthodoxy

                                        Richard Maltby - Hollywood Cinema

                                          On The Moral Nature of the Universe: Cosmology, Theology, and Ethics by George Ellis and Nancey Murphy.

                                            Man, Woman, Child......I love the tearjerkers. ops:

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