What are you reading?

What are you reading?

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    What are you reading?

    I always read more than one book at a time. It is either (a) I am can multi task well or (b) My attention spanis extremely short! LOL Anyhoo, I am currently reading:

    Federation (One of the best Star Trek Novels, Spans form Zephran Cochrane to Kirk to Picard)

    The Freemasons: A History of the World's Most Powerful Secret Society

    and to complement the Freemasons book:

    The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown


    What are you guys reading?
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    just finished book three of the "Going Home" series by A. American. great books! also on book four of "the Remaining" series by D.J. Molles. the remaining series is by far one of the best that i have read.
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    "Legs" by William Kennedy. Story of Jack Diamond, a bootlegging mobster back in 1930-ish.
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    The Lake at the End of the Road by Neil Gaiman and listening to Game of Thrones.
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    I am reading labels of various products for sport.
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    My last issue of G&A Handguns magazine.
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    Working on volume 2 of The Gulag Archipelago , volume 3 is waiting for me on the shelf. IMO it's a must-read.
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    Jeffrey Wert : a bio of General James Longstreet
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    The Count of Monte Cristo. Next up The Liberty Amendments by Mark Levin.
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    I just downloaded Brandon Sanderson's "Words of Radiance" (epic fantasy) to my Nook. I'm waiting on "Deadly Shores" (alternate reality WWII) by Taylor Anderson, but that's not until May.
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    5000 year leap/the Snubby Revolver/ re reading Bloodlands and Dupes . Just finished M1911 owners manual, about to buy a Glock book, too. Might as well learn the systems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty View Post
    I just downloaded Brandon Sanderson's "Words of Radiance" (epic fantasy) to my Nook. I'm waiting on "Deadly Shores" (alternate reality WWII) by Taylor Anderson, but that's not until May.
    I just got done with "Way of the Kings". Will start "Words of Radiance" in a week or so.
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    Where do I begin...

    I just started Red Storm Rising by Tom Clancy. What a good book so far!

    Desperation, Thinner, The Stand, and Under the Dome all by Stephen King. I'm in the process of reading all of those, but I will most likely start them over.
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    Just finished "Alas, Babylon" and now reading, "Jakarta Pandemic". I'm on an armageddon kick at the moment.
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