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Discussion in 'Pop Culture' started by Etaoin, May 8, 2005.
Enjoying it as well.
In Service to the Mouse: My Unexpected Journey to Becoming Disneyland's First President by Jack Lindquist.
I'm a Disney history geek.
I'm reading the book I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes. It is due out at the end of May but I got an advance copy to do a review of.
Catcher in the Rye. Waiting for me on my shelf is two books by Joe Abercrombie, that is some good and funny fantasy stuff. Also I am trying to finish the first the Dark Tower book, but I must admit it bores me some.
I think I'm going to order Paul Stanley's book. Just finished Arnold's autobiography, great stuff.
My personal favorite is Crime and Punishment. I've read it twice and I'll most likely go back to it a third time in a year or two.
I have seen the movie a million times and it still rules, but lately I have started reading the book.
Lord of the flys.
You can check out my picks for the top 10 mystery/thriller novels of 2014 via this Pop-topia.com link.
Reading a just finished Young Adult novel by a friend of mine. I helped edit it as it was being written and giving it a last read and edit before she sends it to Kirkus. I cannot reveal the name, don't want to jinx it, but it is an excellent work.
Getting ready to re-read Lord of the Barnyard:Killing the Fatted Calf and Arming the Aware in the Cornbelt by Tristan Egolf. Trust me and read it.
You can't go wrong with Malazan!
You're damn right it is.
The last book I finished was a Star Trek Voyager novel by Kirsten Beyer called Protectors.
Your posts are all very factual.
Aren't they supposed to be?
I don't know... maybe an evaluation of whatever it was you read/watched/heard (it was awesome/it was okay/it sucked because) might enliven them.