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Discussion in 'ProgPower USA Lounge' started by Rakosh, Aug 16, 2007.
Well done my friend...well done.
This series is amazing. It's nominally about zombies, but the real focus is more on the science, media and politics surrounding a pandemic, plus a good murder/conspiracy/thriller angle.
Read it 20 years ago and decided to re-read Thanos Quest, Gauntlet, War, Crusade...
The Sins Of The Fathers by Lawrence Block (book 1 of the Matthew Scudder series)...some hard-boiled crime for all you pussies out there that have to be spoon-fed your stories...
Started reading The Hunger Games.
Why? I'm missing something, here...
Garden variety trolling, that's all.
Hunger Games was a totally enjoyable read. I liked it a lot more than I thought I would.
I kind of figured, but I thought I'd give him a chance to explain, rather than jump to conclusions.
I'm enjoying the first book so far. After reading the clusterfuck that was Peter Straub's Mrs. God, it's nice to read something coherent.
Just finished the last of the trilogy last night. This is one of those stories that I can't seem to get out of my head!
Picked it up earlier this morning and have only just now put it down for a while...
The Turquoise Lament by John D. MacDonald (Travis McGee #15).
Berlin Game by Len Deighton (Book 1 of the Game, Set & Match trilogy).
Back from vacation and knocked off a couple of books:
Hide And Seek by Ian Rankin (Inspector Rebus #2)
A week and only one post? You guys are slacking.
Just finished this off.