November 7, 2003





What is the last book you read?

Orphans Preferred: The Twisted Truth and Lasting Legend of the Pony Express by Christopher Corbett. A little slow at first but once he gets into talking about how all the myths and legends came about afterwards it gets pretty funny and has a better flow. Currently reading You Shall Know Our Velocity by Eggers. So far it's an interesting story but the narrator's a little whiney.

Alias Irrelevante

Kavalier and Klay by Michael Carbon lent to me by a co-worker

Felicia, 37
Lowell, MA USA

The last book I read was a journalism text I'm proofreading. The last book I finished was probably CatSpeak, a book my mom got me in honor of our getting a cat.

Karen, 24
Ames, IA USA

I just finished Patricia Cornwell's latest book - pretty good - and am now getting ready to sink my teeth into the latest in the Vampire Chronicles from Ann Rice.\

Cindy, 41

I read Exile's Honor by Mercedes Lackey. It's one of the Valdemar series, and I enjoyed it.

Cathie, 54
Novi, MI USA

A few days ago I finished an English translation of Koushun Takami's "Battle Royale".

Aly, 17
Cardiff UK

"Wolf's Head, Wolf's Heart" the second volume of an interesting fantasy trilogy by Jane Lindskold.

Jill, 61
Saylorsburg, PA USA

I'm about half way through the Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky.

Ryan, 29
Riedlingen GERMANY

Right now I spend most of my time reading "Clinical Social Work Practice" and "What to Say and When to Say It", both text books for school. For pleasure... I can't remember what I last read. It was back at the end of August.

Laura, 38
Lowell, MA USA

Just finished reading Michael Moore's latest book, "Dude, where's my country?". I suggest everybody pick up something of his and read it, or rent/buy his movie "Bowling for Columbine". This guy has some important things to say, even though some of his reporting is a bit scattershot and all over the map. You may not agree with everything he has to say, but he does a good job of asking many hard questions in a way that is refreshing and may actually help people learn some things.


outside of school and the internet the last book i read was one of the vampire chronicles by anne rice. i got hooked and me and one of my close friends set out to read the entire collection. i was reading from the latest to the beginning and she going the right way. the last one i read was the vampire armand. good book. i was supposed to read her newest one blackwood farm but i just cant seem to get into it. for school there have been lots in the last year. ifs weird but i never read majority of the classics that they usually force you to read in school. i am into jane austen but the movies are what i watch. pride and prejudice being my favorite. i read the book also though it was so good. on the internet there are novels all over the place. i have read so
many in all kinds of genres. erotic, sci fi, mystery, childrens, suspence, romance, contemporary, blah blah blah. i usually try to save the best ones on my computer. but i can reread them. i guess i will have to wait a few years and see if i forget them. the vampire armand was cool. it was just the history of armand and stuff. cool book like all the rest of rices books.

Ingrid, 22
Stockton, CA USA

Death Among the Dons.

Jane, 63
West Linn, OR USA

Stephen King Everything's Eventual

Melodi, 19
Gahanna, OH USA

"I'm a Stranger Here Myself" by Bill Bryson. GREAT read.

Fisch, 47
Preston, CT USA

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