I'm about half way through the book and enjoying it very much.Originally Posted by AdmiralAdama
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I actually lied, unintentionally, with my post. I didn't start Rob's book yet. Decided to read The Christmas Sweater by Glenn Beck first. 22% done. Cute story so far.
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I'm a Louis fan also, but I think I've read 'em all. Ditto for Tony Hillerman.Originally Posted by twerppoet
Currently, I am reading Kindling by Neville Shute. Just finished Pied Piper by Shute.
I'm reading GIS(gastro intestinal system). 😭😭😭😭😭😭long,hard,complicated,,,.
A book like that could be hard to stomach!Originally Posted by tkfini
I've always been more of a science fiction and fantasy reader, but both of my grandfathers were fans of Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey. I inherited some of the hardbacks a while back and am slowly working my way through them. I also got a fairly complete Zane Grey collection in the iBook Store.Originally Posted by Heaviside
So now I'm reading The Last of the Plainsman, interspersed with stories from Wild Cards I; when I feel like a change of pace.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (for English class)
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The best of Zane Grey (IMHO) is Riders of the Purple Sage. I, too, am an SF fan---though of the "hard science" variety: Heinlein, Azimov, etc. Also like the River World series by Phillip Jose Farmer, and even some fantasy---say by that consummate master, Roger Zelazny.Originally Posted by twerppoet
Haven't read The Last of the Plainsmen. Whadda' you think thus far? (Grandfathers? Guess that makes you "un petit enfant", n'est pas?)
P. S. What the dickens is "Wild Cards"?
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