Darkfall by Stephen Laws (3.1/4) Interesting horror novel. Lenny Di Nardo is warming, and short of a miracle, this one's done. Good read but not as good as his 'Repairman Jack' series.4. No second chance by Harlan Coban (3.5/4) Good novel. I should have spread out the reading over a day or two but that's what I get for reading it over Memorial Day weekend. The Other Boleyn Girl by Phillipa Gregory (3.75/4) Very good, if a bit long. It's 9-2, and all the runs have come from hired guns: Sheffield, Matsui, Clark.

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I was expecting 'behind the scenes' but I got 'the mind of an OK actor'. (2/17 started) The Good House by Tananarive Due (finished 03/10). This was a good book but I enjoyed the journey more than the destination. It becomes even funnier by crossreading "Macb-...", the Scottish play, I mean. "Greebo's grin gradually faded until there was nothing left but the cat. Posted by Royal None Such on : I am on the third book in the Wrinkle In Time series.

I wanted to hear more about the experience & less about how he was struggling with this, that & other things. You are supposed to decipher clues in the book and its illustrations that lead to 12 locations around the US where you can redeem the jewels. we are working as a team to work through the clues and book - no big intention to treasure hunt, just like the family time ~Cheshire Posted by Rhee on : "Wyrd sisters", Terry Pratchett. I knew George never felt comfortable with the fame, but I had no idea as to how much he hated it.

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I didn't like this one as much only because I felt there was 1 twist too many. Four Kitties You know I've always found Stephen King's non-fiction to be measurably better then his fiction.

Originally posted by Four Kitties: I'm still reading Faithful: Two Diehard Boston Red Sox Fan Chronicle the Historic 2004 Season by Stewart O'Nan and Stephen King. I'm reading only a few pages a day, to make it last.

Its a beautiful fairy tale with a real nationwide treasure hunt going on right now. I learned a lot of things I didn't know about the Fab Four.

And since no one is perfect, no one can win.--New Zer0 Posted by cheshirecat on : A new children's book drawing interest in our house and around the US is A Treasure's Trove by Michael Stadther.

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