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What are YOU currently reading? (5)

Discussion in 'Book Club' started by ChrisBot, Sep 17, 2007.

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  1. Moonstruck4U

    Moonstruck4U Guest

    Line of Duty- Terri Blackstock
  2. Thunder Peel

    Thunder Peel You don't eat a peacock until it's cooked.

    Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne. A classic.:)
  3. soblessed53

    soblessed53 Well-Known Member

    In Relationship
    Just finished Chayatocha by Shane Johnson,which was very different,but I enjoyed it. Next on my list is The Last Sin Eater by Francine Rivers which will be my first by her.Loved the movie by Michael Landon Jr.
  4. nekorinchan

    nekorinchan Newbie

    In Relationship
    Trying to finish C.S Lewis's Mere Christianity.

    I love his humour and style...

    Great, heart-opening insights...
  5. Yah!

  6. Grumpy Hillbilly

    Grumpy Hillbilly Brother Jason's sock

    Jubal Sackette by Louis L`Amour
  7. Mr. Jack

    Mr. Jack New Member

    In Relationship
    Vintage Jesus by Mark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears
    Mere Christianity by CS Lewis
  8. mochagirl

    mochagirl Even so, it is well with my soul.

    United States
    Pride & Prejudice - Jane Austen
    Faking Grace - Tamara Leigh
    That's (Not Exactly) Amore - Tracie Bateman
    Shield of Stars - Hilari Bell
    Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone - J.K. Rowling
    A Posse of Princesses - Sherwood Smith
    Exodus - er, Moses (/God) :)
  9. daydreamergurl15

    daydreamergurl15 Daughter of the King

    New Moon by Stephenie Meyer
  10. Proverbs31

    Proverbs31 Let Go And Let God

    "HINDS FEET ON HIGH PLACES" by Hannah Hurnard
  11. TeutonKnight

    TeutonKnight Crusading Knight

    The Confessions of St Augustine
  12. Slothapotamus

    Slothapotamus Post-Charismatic

    Post Charismatic? - Rob McAlpine
    War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy
    A Thousand Splendid Suns - Khaled Hosseini
    Pandora's Star - Peter F Hamilton

    I tend to have several books going at the same time. When I get bored of one I read another for a few days, then switch back. Just now though I'm mostly reading Post Charismatic?, which is basically a book about how and why many people (including myself) have become disillusioned with the Charismatic movements in the past. It details a lot of modern church history which I'm finding to be very fascinating. It's amazing how much false and fantastic doctrine still permeates a lot of our current teachings.
  13. Caduceus

    Caduceus Σκεπτκιστήζ

    In Relationship
    James Ellroy LA Noir
    Deeply disturbing and very dark but gripping.
    Mark Kurlansky 1968
    A review of one of the most important years of the 20C.
    Rupert Christiansen The Victorian Visitors: Culture Shock in 19C Britain
    Interesting and often hilarious accounts of how various famous foreigners reacted to their sojourns in Britain (mainly London)!
  14. BjorkIsCool

    BjorkIsCool Member

    Crime and Punishment.

    Im lukewarm about it, some parts good, some dull. Nearly finished anyway.
  15. tanya88

    tanya88 Veteran

    The Giver
  16. Blackmarch

    Blackmarch Legend

    the Misenchanted sword, it's a fun read.
  17. ukok

    ukok Freaked out, insecure, neurotic and Emotional

    To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
  18. ActingDude17

    ActingDude17 Member

    The Titan's Curse by Rick Riordan
  19. soblessed53

    soblessed53 Well-Known Member

    In Relationship
    Black Sands by Colleen Coble
  20. SparkyMaddie

    SparkyMaddie Luceat Lux Vestra

    In Relationship
    We're reading Hard Times in school,Charles Dickens
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