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[Discussion] What are you currently reading? - Jul 2019

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Post time: 2-7-2019 12:28:48 Posted From Mobile Phone
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Continuing our popular "What are you currently reading?" discussion thread. Members are free to discuss the book although we would suggest moving to a review thread for in-depth discussions.

So, what are you currently reading? What is the recent book you finished reading? What do you think of it? How would you rate it? Do share.

Note: Members planning to read and discuss a book, and looking for a reading buddy/buddies can post a request at Buddy Read Introduction and Requests
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Post time: 2-7-2019 13:27:54
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Edited by Patter at 2-7-2019 01:29 PM

I've just finished Hope and Red by Jon Skovron, and before i start part 2 of that series i'm going to take a sidejump to "An ember in the ashes" by Sabaa Tahir. Hope and Red wasn't bad, but it felt a bit too generic and has a few too many "coincidences" to help the plot along that don't really make sense/should've been integrated better.
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Post time: 2-7-2019 15:31:17
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Clear water journals by Al Rennie a thriller set in florida.fast paced

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Rhett_Bassard + 5 'Clearwater', a city across the bay from Tampa, home of Scientology.

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Post time: 2-7-2019 23:39:01
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I just finished reviewing an ARC for John Ellsworth: "The Crime".
Courtroom drama at its best. Thaddeus is a defense lawyer and often finds himself at the wrong end of the law.


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Post time: 3-7-2019 19:56:40
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Day of the Jackal by Fredrick Forsyth
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Post time: 4-7-2019 09:33:02
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Bihar Diaries by Amit Lodha. It is interesting read but many times felt that author narrative and intent is to always show himself is positive light, to the border of bragging. Nevertheless, good insights into how system works.
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Post time: 5-7-2019 15:25:25
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I am trying to read The Alchemist book by Paulo Coelho.
My friend recommended it to me however I am finding it bit difficult to continue with this book. Looks like, it is not suiting my taste.
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Post time: 6-7-2019 16:11:13
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Reading "The Class By Erich Segal" amazing book about life it covers everything
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Post time: 6-7-2019 21:47:02
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Shoot, Dive, Fly Stories of Grit and Adventure from The Indian Army by Rachna Bisht Rawat..loved it..felt like a dosage of adrenaline.. The book has put me in war story reading mood for the time being.
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Post time: 8-7-2019 16:31:10
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dxt02 6-7-2019 04:11 PM
Reading "The Class By Erich Segal" amazing book about life it covers everything

Definitely a MUST-READ book. Loved that book. As also his "Doctors".
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