What are you reading now?

Discussion in 'iBooks' started by Snowmaven, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. iluvmyipad

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    I have the actual book. Usually when books have that many pages I tend to prefer the actual book over the ebook.
     
  2. Hayles66

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    Good book! With the films being rereleased and shown in the cinemas again, that would be a good choice. I've read both of them. I wanted to buy the films on iTunes but they aren't HD like the new ones that are going to be released so I will wait until iTunes releases an HD version. There are going to be bluray versions as well!

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  3. GoPackGo

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    I have the DVDs. Probably wouldn't buy the Blu Rays, mainly because I don't have the money and the DVDs are fine. But wow, to see those movies in Blu quality. Yum!
     
  4. helix2000

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    The Sixth Man by David Baldacci. Great story.
     
  5. TheRambler

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    David Baldacci is amazing!! I've never been disappointed with anything he has written.
     
  6. magreader

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    I am reading the new GamesTM magazine. :)
     
  7. Asharp

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    I've just started reading Crossbones by Nuruddin Farah, the last in his Past Imperfect trilogy. I heard him read a passage from from this, his latest book, at a lecture and reading event along with Ngugi wa Thiong'o via Skype in California at the 92nd Street Y in New York City two nights ago

    The passage he read from his book directly motivated me to buy and read it on my iPad . However, as a result of the reading, I have foreknowledge of the character at the beginning of a book I find incredibly compelling.

    Ah well, I still find it enjoyable.
     
  8. twerppoet

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    Re-reading Eragon, and the rest in preparation for the release of the last book in the series, Nov 8th.
     
  9. Bennettb

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    Fascinating that he wrote Eragon at 16. He is one talented young writer.

    Bobbi
     
  10. Dee Ashley

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    I just finished Sing you Home by Jodi Piccoult. All her books are winners.

    Now I'm reading the book: Danger has a Face by Anne Pike. It is about psychopaths.

    On the kindle app I actually have 20 pages of reading.
     

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