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I am so close to being finished with The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan. "Why, Cashmere," you might ask, "Why would you put yourself through that after RC's scathing review and recommendation to burn it

I just finished Torment by Lauren Kate a few minutes ago, and I was shocked by how much I liked it. The main character has improved so much since the first book I can't even describe it. I'm thrilled

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

I'm reading Gil's All Fright Diner. My sister gave me a guilt trip that I never read the books she suggests anymore so I told her to pick out any book she wanted and I'd read it. It's actually really funny. I could use that right about now.

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It's just a silly absurd little story. It's about a vampire named Earl and a werewolf named Duke. They get work at Gil's All Night Diner after they help the lady who runs it kill off a bunch of zombies. Apparently she's having a zombie infestation problem and they promise to look into it.

 

It turns out that the town the diner is located in has a lot of weird supernatural things happening. zombie cows. vampire turkey's. the purple people eater at the golf course spontaneously burst into flames for a month and extinguished itself just as spontaneously with only the word "repent" burned above it's three eyes.

 

Things like that.

 

turns out Earl and Duke need to help save the world. like I said. absurdist humor. I liked it a lot.

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My guilty pleasures author is Catherine Coulter...just because her historical romances are well-researched. Going to be starting in Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead soon. I just finished culling through Janet Arnold's Patterns of Fashion 1560 - 1620

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My guilty pleasures author is Catherine Coulter...just because her historical romances are well-researched.

 

Her Rosehaven was the first romance novel I ever read... she definitely writes better romances than your typical Harlequin :p

 

I also read about 3/4 of her Blow Out while I was working one day... it was really good, especially since I don't like crime novels all that much... but I was working security in a throughly dead spot of the building, and it scared the living crap out of me :eek:

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It was bad ass, wasn't it? :p The creepiest part for me wasn't even a big part of the overall novel. But that freak who was putting girls in cars creeped me out the first time I read it. Also the reveal of a certain someone towards the end of the novel. You know, the dude with the arrow. *wink* *wink*

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Blood Brothers by Nora Roberts.

 

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shut up

 

I'm assuming that it's not related to the play/musical of the same name?

 

I'm currently reading two books, silly old me! A new Pern one (uncorrected proof) and the fourth (?) Wheel of Time book, which I'm mixed about.

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