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Would any one be interested in joining a group for fans of pulp fiction stories

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Yes Lucy there is a part two

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Some one forgot the book marks don’t worry I brought some 🤓

Jamiestarted a discussionSunday

A tale of high seas adventure

Marsystarted a discussionSunday

Not yet finished it, but when I first start reading it, I have difficulties to put it down.

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@WishingMoonstarted a discussionNovember 18, 2017

One of the most unique narrative voices I've ever seen.

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@WishingMoonstarted a discussionNovember 9, 2017

Some books need to be read by everyone. This is one of them.

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Jamiestarted a discussionNovember 7, 2017

It maybe a children’s book
But I still found it very good read .

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionNovember 6, 2017

I am always a little unsure about King most popular work but this was very good.

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Jamiestarted a discussionOctober 28, 2017

Was it more common in the 70’s
To make books based on tv episodes?

Jamiestarted a discussionOctober 22, 2017

Some recommend Halloween reading for the season 👻

Jamiestarted a discussionOctober 22, 2017

When east meets west the tick becomes
Manga .

The Tick : where a
Comic in Japan ? Neat .

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Mr.Smithstarted a discussionOctober 14, 2017

Has anybody else read these books,they are some of the best horror stories ever written from the haunting to the truly repulsive

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Agata Baranstarted a discussionOctober 11, 2017

I started "The Name of the wind". Fantastic book. Has anyone read it?

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionOctober 10, 2017

Since I am doing Inktober my reading is slow going. I hope to update soon.

AnimeGirl69started a discussionSeptember 25, 2017

Saw this on Facebook and laughed

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Agata Baranstarted a discussionSeptember 22, 2017

My personal favorite

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AnimeGirl69started a discussionSeptember 9, 2017

Anyone know a good romantic paranormal/fantasy series? I've read JR Ward's books but I want to expand my book reading of that genre. I've heard about Maria Amor's and Jessie Donovan's series but I'm unable to read them seeing as I'm poor and they aren't in the public libraries.

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionSeptember 2, 2017

I didn't make it to the end. The information is interesting but I'm not a fan of how it is presented. A hippy, a nerd, and a historian walk into a bar.....

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionAugust 30, 2017

I think I am the only one here that would find this book useful. Than again someone may want to teach themself to write.

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionAugust 23, 2017

Everyone needs to take stock of themselves now and again. This is a great place to start.

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@WishingMoonstarted a discussionAugust 18, 2017

Mostly about how science works but also features what if' s and what past SF authors used in their stories.

Ernest Flowersstarted a discussionAugust 17, 2017

Nice theory but alas only a theory. Between this and H. H. Holmes I like Holmes for the ripper.

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionAugust 10, 2017

This was a joy to read. Surprisingly light for a John Green book. Underrated for sure.

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionAugust 4, 2017

I was looking for something light-hearted and funny. It isn't.

Agata Baranstarted a discussionAugust 1, 2017

Hi guys!
I'm looking for a good book to read. Any recommendations?

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionJuly 29, 2017

After the other book I remembered I never read this one. It is updated from the original and translated by the author, Naoko Takeuchi. Worth getting if you are into the series or just now picking it up.

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionJuly 27, 2017

I found this at a thrift store today. Decided to read it between novels. Always loved Sailor Moon art style. Translation could use work.

@WishingMoonstarted a discussionJuly 24, 2017

This book is fabulously relatable with dates gone wrong and abnormal parent behavior. The author takes all her quirky experiences and describes them with humor and charm.