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Old 05-04-2004, 02:03 PM   #1
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What book(s) are you reading now?

I am 100 pages into The Vampire Lestat, the second book in Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles. I couldn't put the first one down, I can't put this one down, and I can't wait to read the rest of them!
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I was reading Michael Moore's Dude Where's My Country?, but I am meeting with my wedding officiate soon and need to get through two relationship books in the next three weeks
Plus, I keep picking up issues of Cosmo (I will have perfect skin for the wedding )
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I read Cosmo and 2 aquarium magazines around my books
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"The Ape and the Sushi Master, Cultural Reflections of a Primatologist" by Frans de Waal.

And my calculus book.
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AQUARIUM MAGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
All I can get my hands on..LOL
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A kiss gone bad can't remember the author, It's Ok, but not something I couldn't put down.
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"Wolves of The Calla" Stephen King, Gunslinger series.

I say thankya, thankya big big.
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I'm a magazine addict.... I always have the latest Vogue, W, Vanity Fair, In Style, New York Times Magazine (comes with the sunday paper)... wow, these probably make me seem ditzy...

on my more intellectual side, I'm reading 'A Problem of Hell: America and the Age of Genocide' by Samantha Power (really interesting actually, its about historical cases of genocide, how the us has dealt with them, how the concept of genocide came about. You know, beofe WWII the word genocide didn't exist) "The Partly Cloudy Patriot' by Sarah Vowell.

And of course, The Concientious Marine Aquarist, or something like that.

I like to keep a variety of things around to read. I guess you can see that.
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Keep starting books and never finish, which is odd for me.

I used to read a lot of mysteries (nevada barr, patricia cornwell, elizabeth george, laurie king - seem to prefer female writers for some reason...), but am tired of them and looking for something new that doesn't tax the brain or attempt to "enlighten" me.

How's the Wolves of the Calla so far, CC? It's been so long that I only have dim memories of the others.

Interview with the Vampire was very good, though I heard it on audio tape in the car. I was 2/3 of the way through by the time I got home. I ended up listening to it on my walkman at home. It was kinda weird to sit there and listen without any visual stimulation.... Hey, maybe if I don't feel like reading I'll try listening to some audio books - at least it would improve my listening skills... I just put Wolves of the Calla audio on hold at the library (i love the net). Hopefully it's a good bedtime story .
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I'm in the middle of a book of Japanese fairy tales. I like compairing cultural norms and standards.
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