What Are You Reading?

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Peeking by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

Not me, but Anne was reading (does that count?), but I have just finished this piece of "literary" escapism on my Kobo H20 ...

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Margaret Atwood - And the Heart Goes Last

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War & Peace.
Seriously.
It’s really good at 25% in.
Any book that has an opening scene where a bunch of drunk young Russian nobles challenge each other to a hard liquor contest while sitting perilously on a fourth floor window ledge while horrified servants look on has got to be good.
 

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I am rereading 'The Damon Runyon Omnibus' - It is a collection of the three classic books of Runyon's Broadway stories "Money From Home" "Blue Plate Special" and "Guys and Dolls" featuring the likes of Rusty Charley Nicely Nicely and Spanish John - He had a unique style never used a contraction and considering he was writing about 'very hard guys indeed' never used foul language - I first read these probably 50 years ago and was delighted to find this volume while cleaning up 'the lower technical area' in the basement - If you like short stories this is for you -
 

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Audio book: The Spy and the Traitor (historical recounting of cold was spying)
On Kindle: East of Eden
Physical Book: World War I by S.L.A. Marshall and Forgotten God by Francis Chan

I never read just one book at a time. My ADD doesn’t like that :)
 

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Audio book: The Spy and the Traitor (historical recounting of cold was spying)
On Kindle: East of Eden
Physical Book: World War I by S.L.A. Marshall and Forgotten God by Francis Chan

I never read just one book at a time. My ADD doesn’t like that :)
Understand. I'm really reading about 10-20 at any given time, but thought that listing two was sufficient.
 
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