Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Snowlilly, Aug 21, 2012.
The Wives of Los Alamos, by TaraShea Nesbit.
The Dresden Files: Fool Moon (Book 2).
Karma by donna Augustine
Groucho: The Life and Times of Julius Henry Marx by Stefan Kanfer
A Trek novel by David Mack: Seekers 1, Second Nature. You may get a sense of the novel by checking out the TV Tropes article about Precursors.
Just finished reading Dune. I try and read it once a year but it has been about two or three since I read it last.
I'm just about to start The Leftovers. I love the HBO series and I'm so hooked, I decided to read the book.
Alien Hunter by Whitley Strieber
I am listening to At the Mountains of Madness by HP Lovecraft, narrated by Felbrigg Napoleon Herriot.
^^ The Lovecraft Historical Society has done a great adaptation of that in old-time radio style.
Blue Fire, The Healing Wars: Book 2 by Janice Hardy.
The radio adaption might have been more interesting. I found the story to be slightly boring but that might have been partially due to the narrator who was rather average.
I am now listening to Somebody Killed His Editor by Josh Lanyon. Fun so far.
Bought Fry's The Hippopotamus the other day, currently reading it.
Half in Love With Artful Death by Bill Crider.
I am listening to What Einstein Told His Cook: Kitchen Science Explained by Robert Wolke, narrated by Sean Runnette. So far only sugar and artificial sweeteners, and salt has been covered but I have already learnt quite a bit.
"The War That Ended Peace: How Europe Abandoned Peace for the First World War" - Margaret MacMillan
War and Gold: A Five-Hundred-Year History of Empires, Adventures and Debt
by Kwasi Kwarteng
I finished The Healing Wars: Book III: Darkfall by Janice Hardy last night and will start a new book tonight.
I gave up on Fool Moon about halfway through. The Dresden Files is not for me.
Yesterday I started reading Caliban's War. The second book in the Expanse series.
Broken Souls by Stephen Blackmoore
I am still listening to What Einstein Told His Cook in the mornings, but in the afternoon I have been listening to The Slickrock Cafe by Chinle Miller, narrated by E. Roy Worle.
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