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Any idea why I can't find hunger games on my iPad?
I do love Evanovich books they are great!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Sarah2106 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Feb 2012 at 12:18am
Originally posted by diaperpin-jen diaperpin-jen wrote:

I haven't read John Grisham in ages! What type of stuff does  Clive Cussler write?
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Lorna Landvik  too....


Clive Cussler is just a like adventure type book. Usually someone is trying to destroy the world in some crazy way (like tilting the earth off its axes so that it will create a climant change and people on these huge cruise ships will be the only survivors) and the main character has to save the day. He has a few different groups, some are Dirk Pitt and there is the Organ Series, Fargo Mysteries, NUMA adventures... They are not heavy but fun reads! I can read one in a weekend which still shocks DH, but I remind him they are not "deep" but fun.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote bree Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Feb 2012 at 1:19am
Originally posted by erinchelsea erinchelsea wrote:

I'm reading The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.  I'm having trouble getting into it....
 
Erin I couldn't get into it either and actually gave up. I should try again. But I read reviews about people taking notes because there's so many people/places to remember Confused  My friend said that after you get past a certain point it gets more interesting and goes a lot faster. I honestly don't think I made it past page 50ish. lol
 
I LOVED The Hunger Games series. Seriously can't wait for the movie to come out just to see how they pull it off. I know it won't come anywhere close to the book. But still, I'm intrigued!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote taowensf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Feb 2012 at 1:19am
Originally posted by ambrose ambrose wrote:

I will soon be reading Wild Thing -- because my friend wrote it.
 
His first book was Beat the Reaper -- some disturbing stuff in it that i'm not sure everyone on the Pin would get into, but he's an awesome writer, if you have a taste/tolerance for a certain degree of sex/violence. Though, actually know very little about the new book. Expect DH says it's more political and involves a loch ness monster type phenomenon.


So tell us the author's name already! Big smile
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