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text 2018-01-22 02:48
Reading progress update: I've read 65 out of 432 pages.
The Escape - David Baldacci

John Puller has a brother who was in jailed for treason. 

 

In the first chapter, it described how his brother was in jailed and later gone.

 

John got the news and was ordered to stay off the case. Which is something that not really possible. 

 

But then, he didn't fully believe his brother is guilty. He just don't know why an innocence man would run. 

 

 

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review 2018-01-17 00:00
Escape From Behruz
Escape From Behruz - Judy Meadows Get ready to embark on an adventure of a lifetime with Olivia and Rashid. Escape from Behruz is a journey into the unknown that awakens the world traveler in a wandering soul but also highlights the danger of foreign lands. Prepare to get caught in love lost and hope found with a second chance thrown in. Secrets unfold, danger is all around and attraction is rearing it's fangs in this tale of courageous risk and new beginnings.
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review 2018-01-08 19:47
Hogfather ★★★★★
Hogfather - Terry Pratchett

I loved everything about this book, from the little fairies that kept popping into existence with a glingle-lingle-ling to Death playing the role of Santa in his very own way, to the Auditors, to the poker. Especially the poker. Hogfather is going to join with Dicken’s Christmas Carol and Dr. Seuss’ Grinch to form my very own Holy Trinity of Christmas stories.

 

Now I just need to find it on audio for my annual re-reads!

 

Paperback version, read for the 2017 Christmas Bingo.

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text 2018-01-06 17:14
Finally finished Flowers for Algernon. Going to be a difficult review.
Flowers for Algernon - Daniel Keyes

It's taken me...15 months to read this book. Mostly because I only read my ebooks when I literally have no other book available: in shopping lines, surreptitiously in meetings, anywhere I didn't anticipate getting stuck without a book. 

 

But wow, what a disappointment it was to read this one as an adult vs. what I remember of it as a teen. Anyway, I have tons of notes to parse through so it'll be a little while before I post a review. I'm just glad I'm done with it and can move on to another. 

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text 2018-01-02 21:28
The Science of Discworld - reshelved for now
The Science Of Discworld - Terry Pratchett,Jack Cohen,Ian Stewart

I'm going to have to reshelve this book unfinished for now. This has been about the hardest Christmas I've ever had. My father has been - and is still - very ill. He was hospitalized a couple of weeks ago and has just come home. I've been out of town to be with him and to help my mother. I really haven't done any reading, other than a few pages here and there. I just haven't had the time or energy. And now I'm home, I realized that I left this book at their house. So I'm just going to reshelve it and will get back to it later, once I get my hands on it again. 

 

I'm back now, but am spending most of my time catching up at work and with the mess I left at home. Hopefully I'll be back to reading and posting regularly soon. 

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