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RE: What Are You Reading? - 18/9/2014 6:12:54 PM   
Art Decade

 

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Great read. Almost finished.

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RE: What Are You Reading? - 22/10/2014 4:39:04 PM   
Willie Mayes Hayes


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Enjoying this more than I expected


Loving this, great for someone like me with little understanding of the physical world



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RE: What Are You Reading? - 29/10/2014 1:15:09 PM   
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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - for maybe the tenth time.

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RE: What Are You Reading? - 31/10/2014 11:48:00 AM   
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Well written and very good so far, but so savage at times it can be difficult to read.

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RE: What Are You Reading? - 5/11/2014 9:34:52 AM   
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1984 by George Orwell. So dark but so good!

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RE: What Are You Reading? - 6/11/2014 11:33:50 AM   
Willie Mayes Hayes


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Ryan Holiday is one of those guys I want to dislike (though I'm not sure why), but I'm enjoying this.



Re-reading for the first time in years. So good.



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RE: What Are You Reading? - 22/11/2014 1:14:40 PM   
Charun


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Just finished this:



It's enjoyable if you go into it NOT expecting the "balls-to-the-wall horror" King has kept promising from it. It is mostly a literary piece about one man's life, with occasional hints that something isn't quite right. Then it suddenly breaks out into full-on horror in the second-to-last chapter. Aside from that it's an odd novel, without real urgency or drive and spanning five decades for no good reason. I think it would have been better as a short story or novella, but in any case it still contains the odd moment of typical King brilliance.

Just go into it with the right expectations.

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