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    WhatChu READIN? 4/9

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    I am currently reading The Host. My book club that I started here on base is reading it because we are going to have a girls day out and see the movie! Can't wait. Anyone see the movie yet?

    I am like 2 chapters away from being finished... I've read it before so I know what happens but rereading it again makes the book SOOOO much better! If you've read it I suggest reading it again.

    I really want to read Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire!
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    11/22/1963 by Stephen King. It's a pretty good book.
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    I'm currently re-reading Brisingr. I can't wait for oct 22 when the next Divergent book comes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azarmygf View Post
    11/22/1963 by Stephen King. It's a pretty good book.
    I have never heard of that. What is that about? Is it a creepy book? Stephen King is usually pretty creepy.

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    I'm currently re-reading Brisingr. I can't wait for oct 22 when the next Divergent book comes out.
    OMG I loved Divergent. I started to read Insurgent but I couldn't remember what names went with who so I stopped. I'm going to wait to reread divergent then go through all three books at once so I'm fresh with everything! If you liked Divergent you have to read the Delirium Series!!! OMG that was to die for and I read all three in like a snap!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs.Kaepernick View Post
    I have never heard of that. What is that about? Is it a creepy book? Stephen King is usually pretty creepy.



    OMG I loved Divergent. I started to read Insurgent but I couldn't remember what names went with who so I stopped. I'm going to wait to reread divergent then go through all three books at once so I'm fresh with everything! If you liked Divergent you have to read the Delirium Series!!! OMG that was to die for and I read all three in like a snap!
    Not at all. It's a different type of book than he usually writes. It's historical fiction about the Kennedy assassination. A guy time travels back to save Kennedy. It's a very good book and a good history lesson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs.Kaepernick View Post
    OMG I loved Divergent. I started to read Insurgent but I couldn't remember what names went with who so I stopped. I'm going to wait to reread divergent then go through all three books at once so I'm fresh with everything! If you liked Divergent you have to read the Delirium Series!!! OMG that was to die for and I read all three in like a snap!
    I've read Delirium, skipped Hanna, and read the next one. There is another one right? Has it come out yet? I thought they were good, but not as good as Divergent.

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    Re-reading "Outlander" by Diana Gabaldon. I have the book memorized I've read it so many times , but it's an easy read when I just want something comfortable and familiar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azarmygf View Post
    Not at all. It's a different type of book than he usually writes. It's historical fiction about the Kennedy assassination. A guy time travels back to save Kennedy. It's a very good book and a good history lesson.
    Thanks for that, sounds really good. Am ordering it.
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    and on the more serious side, Toritilla Flats

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