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Added by Joe on 17 Jan 2015 02:00
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2014/2015/2016 Book Reading List

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I reread very few books but I've started doing it with some Stephen King books. Some of the stories that I read when I was younger bring back some special memories so I'll reread some of those. In particular, in this list you"ll find "The Long Walk" as part of the "Bachman Books" which is a great story of friendship whether you want to be friends or not. Read the story to know what I mean. A great read and by the way, not a horror story.
I don't get much time to read as much as I want to nowadays but I also prefer to spend my spare time watching movies, as reading tires me out more.
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Posted: 2 years, 10 months ago at Jan 17 17:04
I want to read The Martian and The Long Walk too.
Posted: 2 years, 9 months ago at Feb 10 19:52
How do you feel about The Strain trilogy in general? Does the series get better with each book, or just go from great to good etc?

You should let me know how you feel about Doctor Sleep as well. I enjoyed it for what it was, I never really felt like it was much of a Shining sequel. I did enjoy the Shining elements thrown in throughout, but it is its own story and I thought it was pretty entertaining.
Posted: 1 year, 11 months ago at Dec 20 14:29
We seem to have very similar taste in books , Dean Koonz and Stephen King are untouchables , and I will definately be looking up Harlan Coban , if I might recommend a new author Nick Cutter , his first book The Troop is nightmarish , on a par with the two masters.

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