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    Walking Dead Compendium 1 (Compilation of issues 1-48 of the comic book)...almost done, tore through it in about 2 days, have the 2nd volume at the ready.
    Rita corny, Michael

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    You wanna send those my way when you're done?
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    Or what? Or you'll leave as soon as someone returns your rudeness and delete all your posts? I'm so scared.

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    I will send them via homing pigeon page by page....its about 1000 pages total...I may run out of pigeons....but it will be done!
    Rita corny, Michael

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    Just finished David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas yesterday. I loved it! I was actually quite worried starting into it, because I'd somehow got the idea that it was going to be a really tough read, technically and linguistically, but it wasn't like that at all.
    The six interweaving stories all felt like they were from completely different authors and times, and everytime I neared the end of one story I would be really sad that it was ending (or pausing), but then a while later I'd be totally engrossed in the next part.

    Also, apparently David Mitchell lives only half an hour from where I live, cool!


    And I've now started on The Great Gatsby!

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    I yesterday finished Steve Watson's "Before I go to sleep"! It is one of the two of my best books I have read so far("Shutter Island" is the other one).
    Enslave my mind...

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    Default Paul McAuley - The Quiet War 2008

    Sci-fi. Moons are colonized in the solar system and the war is coming...

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    The Great Gatsby was....alright. I found it hard to sympathise with the characters very much because there wasn't much character development, and so I didn't care too much about what happened them. I have found that I'm not the biggest fan of American classics anyway, so maybe that's it.

    I've started in the second Hunger Games book now, Catching Fire. I like it so far, but have a feeling this one will be a bit more about romance than anything else unfortunately. But I like the series as a bit of a light read anyway.

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    I read the second and third Hunger Games books. They were good, although the love triangle thing was a bit annoying. Oh well.

    I've finally gotten round to starting A Game of Thrones, and am flying through it. I really like it so far.

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    The Average American Male by Chad Kultgen

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    Poetry is my forte.

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