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What are you reading?

Raggamuffin

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I've got 2 books on the go at the moment.

Stalingrad - The City that Defeated the Third Reich by Jochen Hellbeck
Sniper on the Eastern Front - The Memoirs of Sepp Allerberger

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tree

Blue/Green
Staff member
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Barymore

nevertheless, she persisted
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@Binary_Bark

Found both great reads! Total Pterry fan here, have read all the discworld novels at least twice each. Love good omens with neil gaiman too and the tiffany aching YA series *sigh* lucky you if you still have some unread
 

Binary_Bark

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@Binary_Bark

Found both great reads! Total Pterry fan here, have read all the discworld novels at least twice each. Love good omens with neil gaiman too and the tiffany aching YA series *sigh* lucky you if you still have some unread
Big STP fan myself, this is now my 6th read through of the series
 

watersprite

inadvertent vagabond
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Wholeness and the Implicate Order, by David Bohm

The Inferno, by Dante Alligheri translated by Robert Pinsky (audiobook)

fun mysteries:
Songbird, by Peter Grainger
Telling Tales, by Ann Cleeves
The Madness of Crowds, by Louise Penny

Other Non-fiction:
The Woman They Could Not Silence, by Katie Moore
- It is difficult because it is intense & sad & angry. I have to read a few pages at a time but am almost done. I think everyone should know this story. (Thank you to the person who told me about it)
 

watersprite

inadvertent vagabond
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This became one of my favorite books. I’m re-reading it, slower this time around.

From the Ashes: My Story of Being Métis, Homeless, and Finding My Way

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Streetwise

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Thinking about reading the rabbi series books by Harry Kemelman
Started the day the rabbi resigned
 

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