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    Originally posted by bsaenz24 View Post
    I still have my trade 1sts of Elfstones and Wishsong and a matching BCE of Sword. Not sure if I should sell them or keep them for the kids.
    Firsts of those are something I would like to have someday, but not something I could afford on my current budget. I may start working on 1sts of some of the other books though that don't cost nearly as much, as I don't actually have hardcovers of any of the series (for the most part).
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      Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
      Spoiler!
      That rings a bell. It's been awhile since reading these but I'm guessing I didn't like anything past the first series.
      Looking for the fonting of youth.

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        Still slogging through Erikson's Dust of Dreams. 600 plus pages down, another 400 or so to go. Good so far.
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          A Storm of Swords (I've heard from many people that this one is the best so far so I can't wait to really dig into it...)

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            The Catcher in the Rye. Pretty enjoyable, actually. It's a pretty fast read.
            "Phnglui mglw nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah nagl fhtagn!"

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              I'm reading Laymon's Glory Bus. I recently searched out all the Laymon books I could find in my collection and then ordered the rest. Apart from Cuts, everything has arrived and I've started reading them. Now that I'm into Glory Bus I know I've read it before, but I don't think I already had a copy. At some point I'll have to go through the books in the attic and put all the horror and SF books on their own shelves.

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                Originally posted by the_last_gunslinger View Post
                The Catcher in the Rye. Pretty enjoyable, actually. It's a pretty fast read.
                Good book!

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                  Finally finished King's "Bag of Bones." I think the runway to get the plane into the air was quite long, but once it was up, the flight was wonderful. Very nice book. Not my favorite, but really good. Very strong characterization.
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                    Thought I should add I went through this one as a book-on-tape. King read this one, and there was some dramatic fill that was nice. Nice little interview at the back, as well. I think for parts of this story, his voice and the way he read it added to the story for me. He explains this in the interview.
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                      Just finished Datlow's Darkness antho. Highly recommended. Also working through John Shirley's story collection In Extermis.

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                        http://http://www.barnesandnoble.com...=the%2bpassage I'm reading The Passage, not sure how I feel about it yet. Seems pretty solid, but with my schedule I am only one quarter through the eight hundred and some odd pages.
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                          Persevere with it, one of my favourite books and can't wait for the next installment!

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                            Just finished this.

                            I will probably start the "Heritage of Shannara" series next. I figure I'll keep the momentum rolling and maybe I'll make it through the books later in the timeline I never got into the first go around.
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                              Frankenstein 5! All though I have this tendency to want to pronounce it Frahnkenschteen.
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                                Just finished MILE 81 by Stephen King (review here). And two-thirds of the way through SACRED by Dennis Lehane.
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