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    Default What are you reading?

    I didn't see a "what are you reading?" topic and thought I'd create one for everyone to share their current reads.

    I'm currently reading My Descent into Death by Howard Storm.

    Howard Storm is someone who had a near-death experience. I've seen his story on unsolved mysteries, but of course, they could only let him share some of his story since the show is only an hour long. The book is interesting so far.

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    I'm always reading something, usually several somethings.

    Right now on the kindle I'm reading The Little Bookstore in Big Stone Gap. My mother's family is from Big Stone so I had to read it.

    In old fashioned print I'm reading 12 Years a Slave. Amazing book, beautifully written and horrible and beautiful all at once. Haven't seen the movie yet and won't until I finish the book.
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    I can't believe this hasn't gotten more replies. I finished "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" earlier today since it's a required reading assignment for my middle schoolers this year. I'm about halfway through "The Haunting of Hill House" right now.

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    I've started reading Tempest Rising by Nicole Peeler.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sid_Matthew View Post
    I can't believe this hasn't gotten more replies. I finished "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" earlier today since it's a required reading assignment for my middle schoolers this year. I'm about halfway through "The Haunting of Hill House" right now.

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    How is The Haunting of Hill House? The 1999 movie The Haunting is based from that book, isn't it? I really like the movie and have thought of reading the book before.

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    The book is definitely creepy. Much more so than the film adaptions. Below is the link to the audiobook version. Since I read the first half I've decided to finish it with the audio version. The guy reading it does very well.

    http://www.veoh.com/watch/v24917632N...ete+Audio+Book


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    "Carrion Comfort" by Dan Simmons and "The Queen of Bedlam" by Robert McCammon. Just finished 2nd reading of "The Passage" and "The Twelve" by Justin Cronin to get ready for final installment hopefully later this year-awesome books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsalagi_Writer View Post
    I've started reading Tempest Rising by Nicole Peeler.



    How is The Haunting of Hill House? The 1999 movie The Haunting is based from that book, isn't it? I really like the movie and have thought of reading the book before.
    Oh it goes back further than 1999 & The Haunting has nothing on the original movie The Haunting with Julie Christie. Check that one out if you haven't yet.
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    I'm currently reading "In Praise of Wolves" by R. D. Lawrence.

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    I read Carrion Comfort aaaages ago & it was a fave then. Dan Simmons can be uneven. Some of his stuff is great (Carrion, Illium series), some (DROOD I'M LOOKIN' AT YOU!) not so great.
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    The Classic Horror Stories by H.P. Lovecraft. Fantastic collection of his classics!!
    I'm coming to get you, Barbara.
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