So what are you reading now?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. Pfigment

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    CJ Box, The Bitterroots and David Baldacci, Total Control
     
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  2. Hannie Caulder

    Hannie Caulder Diva extraordinaire

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    I just picked up one of his books at the used paperback store, my first.
     

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    I've read both of those. Being an old Tin Can sailor myself, how could I not?

    Terry
     
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    TBO Why so serious? CLM

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    Obituaries

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    I used to be a big fan of Clive Cussler novels years ago.

    I just read he passed away a few days ago.
     
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    Tomcat1977 Unapologetic Deplorable.

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    Couple of books on the Outlander series. A couple of books on future wars and future military tech. Still havnt finished my Churchill book, about a chapter to go. I normally switch between 5 or 6 books at the same time. I love to read. Everything from Conan the Barbarian to Quantum Physics.

    Overall my favorite is probably Military History.
     
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    The Warren Buffett Way by Robert Hagstrom.
     
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    Was trying to read The Warren Buffett Portfolio but figured out starting with a lot of money is how you make a lot more money.

    So now I am reading The Great Influenza by John Barry. I figure I should try to educate myself a little so I don't sound like all the blow hards reciting memes at scientific facts that seem to be all the rage.
     
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    James Michener. Bridges at Toko-Ri.
     
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    I finally finished Neon Revolt's Revolution Q. I had to read something else at times because I got so upset... especially late at night reading in bed. It's a very relevant book about "Q" and the Anons. The Cabal is very real and very much alive and working against our freedom... horrifying revelations... not just a "conspiracy theory" book.[​IMG]
     
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    The Mote in God's Eye is one of my favorite novels ever. Read it again not too long ago.
     
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    Just finished Apollo 8. Very good if not great.

    Started an audio book Turning Points in American History. A series of lectures. Excellent so far.
     
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    My second time reading this.
    Seems timely.
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    One of his best.

    Hope it is not timely.
     
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    Reading old Zane Gray westerns.
     
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    This time around I'm reading my first Graham Greene, The Confidential Agent.
     
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    Slackinoff Bathed in lavender and gasoline

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    @Hannie Caulder - Just finished the newest Doc Ford novel, Salt River. Out of the series, I give it a 6.5 out of 10. Interesting info on red tide. There was action of course....but it just didn't hit me like some of his others. A few quotes have stuck with me that I really enjoyed.

    This one just didnt get me to turn the pages in excitement like some of the others.
     
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