What Are You Reading In 2020?

Page 3 of Started the 2018 & 2019 threads by reading Baldacci books, but going a different direction in 2020. Kicking it off with this one: Advertisement 0 0... 48 comments | 4371 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    This weekend, we are heading to Sanibel Island for a wedding with my son and his family. To accommodate the grandchildren, 12 and 8, we will be listening to this classic...

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    Has anyone checked out Harlan Coben’s
    “ The Stranger”, on Netflix?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoops5 View Post
    Has anyone checked out Harlan Coben’s
    “ The Stranger”, on Netflix?
    First episode.

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    On the recommendation of @mcpapa, I am reading the Jack Reacher series, and I am now into the 7th book in the series Persuader. I'm addicted. Also I am reading a horse training book entitled Perfect Partners.

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    A strange, strange read.


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    Preoccupations - Seamus Haney

    Love the poetry. Trying the prose on for size.

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    At work (lunchtime read) and a coincidence to RO's poetry book (Although there has to be some kind of karma working there. ) ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamprat View Post
    At work (lunchtime read) and a coincidence to RO's poetry book (Although there has to be some kind of karma working there. ) ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamprat View Post
    I turned a friend on to the Ursula K. LeGuin books mentioned in the "2019" list. He returned the favor by loaning me his copy of this yesterday.

    I like the concept of a word, in itself, as magic and mastery over them as power. What did you think of it?

    It was recommended that I treat it as a stand alone, as the next book in the series is awful.

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