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"To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge
from almost all the miseries of life." W. Somerset Maugham
That's what I've been hearing and after reading Law of Nines I liked his style of writing.
I'm only about halfway through this book now, and I really enjoy it. I never want to put my iPad down at night.
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I am reading "Presumed Innocent" by Scott Turow, Kindle edition. One thing I see in e-books are typographical errors. For example, a character in the book has the last name of Horgan, but in quite a few instances it is rendered as Morgan. Another character is named Nico, but often appears as Nice. Quite annoying actually.
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I havent read a book yet.. Only magazine..
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I just finished "Surrender to the Will of the Night" by Glen Cook. I enjoyed it quite a bit, but the strongest impression left was just how bad George RR Martin's "Dance with Dragons" was - tons of action moved the plot forward in Cook's latest series entry, where as DwD was just a lot of pointless exposition; it didn't even set the stage very well for future books, imo.
Best about the latest Instrumentalities entry is the development of characters besides Piper Hecht/Else Tage, especially Heris.
You had your entire life to prepare for today.
Just finished The Help. Saw the movie today. The book was eye-opening and very moving. I think reading the book made the movie viewing much more enjoyable.
Once in awhile I read the book after a movie; usually then I want to see the movie again. I didn't know anything about The Help (the book I saw) until I saw the promos for the movie--definitely made the movie easier to understand having read the book first.
Just started the riftwar legends 3 -Jimmy the hand. It's the last book in an 18 book series by Raymond E Feist.
A mistake is simply another way of doing things.