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    Finished the last two books in Darcy Coates Black Winter series. I really loved the first book, so felt compelled to read the rest of the series, but wasn't that thrilled with them.

    Continuing on with my winter horror reads, I just started Bone White by Ronald Malfi.
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    I just started The Shuddering, Heather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    I just started The Shuddering, Heather.
    So good, better than Seed.
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    I've never read anything by her before, so I hope it's good.
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    Hope you enjoy it Ricky! I have quite a few of her books but have only read one other. I'll have to make time this year to read them.
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    Pines by Blake Crouch. Really good so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrell View Post
    Pines by Blake Crouch. Really good so far.
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    Anyone here read Axiomís End by Lindsay Ellis? Just finished it yesterday. I enjoyed it quiet a bit.

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    Finished Pines and a quarter way into Wayward. Absolutely loving it, man what a series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrell View Post
    Finished Pines and a quarter way into Wayward. Absolutely loving it, man what a series.
    So good, right! It's one of my favorites.
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    Just finished my first journey to The Dark Tower. Took a few years and a mix of reading and audio books. Loved every word of it and the ending. Looking forward to taking another trip in the future.
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    Finished recently:
    Gilchrist by Christian Galacar - I liked it a lot, VERY SK but done well so I'm not complaining.
    The Bird Eater by Ania Ahlborn - I liked Brother WAY more; this wasn't nearly as exciting. But it was still good and I really like her style

    Reading Bag of Bones, like halfway through it now. Someone please tell me this gets much more exciting soon. It's kind of hinting that it will, but holy shit this book is verbose. The narrator recounts every god damn thing that happens to him.

    EDIT: And I see people talking about The Fireman. I read that early this year too. It didn't hold a candle to NOS4A2 for me. I think my main issue was that it's telling this really big story but it's all through Harper. There's lots of times where people are telling her things that happened. It's like she escapes into this camp and the camp already has its own history that she's not part of. It got a little better, and I was really into The Stand references. He's really good at making me want to read one more chapter. But I was definitely a little disappointed after NOS4A2

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullichin View Post
    Finished recently:
    Gilchrist by Christian Galacar - I liked it a lot, VERY SK but done well so I'm not complaining.
    The Bird Eater by Ania Ahlborn - I liked Brother WAY more; this wasn't nearly as exciting. But it was still good and I really like her style

    Reading Bag of Bones, like halfway through it now. Someone please tell me this gets much more exciting soon. It's kind of hinting that it will, but holy shit this book is verbose. The narrator recounts every god damn thing that happens to him.

    EDIT: And I see people talking about The Fireman. I read that early this year too. It didn't hold a candle to NOS4A2 for me. I think my main issue was that it's telling this really big story but it's all through Harper. There's lots of times where people are telling her things that happened. It's like she escapes into this camp and the camp already has its own history that she's not part of. It got a little better, and I was really into The Stand references. He's really good at making me want to read one more chapter. But I was definitely a little disappointed after NOS4A2
    Bag of Bones is one of my favorite King novels so hopefully it'll get better for you. I couldn't get through the TV show.

    The Fireman fell completely flat for me. I didn't care for it at all. This type of novel definitely needed more happening outside of Harper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sullichin View Post
    Finished recently:
    Gilchrist by Christian Galacar - I liked it a lot, VERY SK but done well so I'm not complaining.
    The Bird Eater by Ania Ahlborn - I liked Brother WAY more; this wasn't nearly as exciting. But it was still good and I really like her style

    Reading Bag of Bones, like halfway through it now. Someone please tell me this gets much more exciting soon. It's kind of hinting that it will, but holy shit this book is verbose. The narrator recounts every god damn thing that happens to him.

    EDIT: And I see people talking about The Fireman. I read that early this year too. It didn't hold a candle to NOS4A2 for me. I think my main issue was that it's telling this really big story but it's all through Harper. There's lots of times where people are telling her things that happened. It's like she escapes into this camp and the camp already has its own history that she's not part of. It got a little better, and I was really into The Stand references. He's really good at making me want to read one more chapter. But I was definitely a little disappointed after NOS4A2
    Bag of Bones is one of my favorite King novels so hopefully it'll get better for you. I couldn't get through the TV show.

    The Fireman fell completely flat for me. I didn't care for it at all. This type of novel definitely needed more happening outside of Harper.
    Bag of Bones is weird. I read it for long stretches, and it's visualized very clearly in my head. So I'm definitely totally engrossed, but maybe I want it to move faster? When I think about what I just read it seemed like not much happened. But every little thing in this book seems to be relevant/connected. It just feels like he's been setting up the pieces for a really long time. But lots of King books skyrocket after he lays everything out, so I could see it being worth it

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    I loved Bag of Bones as well. Hopefully you'll continue on with it and enjoy it. You'll have to update us when you finish and let us know what you thought of it.
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    I was just thinking the other day how I'm craving some King.

    On the other hand, I don't want to spoil myself with reading a new SK book with Later so close to being released.
    "I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It's not bad at all, really. Maybe it just needs a little love."

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullichin View Post
    Bag of Bones is weird. I read it for long stretches, and it's visualized very clearly in my head. So I'm definitely totally engrossed, but maybe I want it to move faster? When I think about what I just read it seemed like not much happened. But every little thing in this book seems to be relevant/connected. It just feels like he's been setting up the pieces for a really long time. But lots of King books skyrocket after he lays everything out, so I could see it being worth it
    BOB is King's "literary" novel and it reads as such.

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    Hannibal Rising. Just finished If it Bleeds and a re-read of Needful Things too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    I was just thinking the other day how I'm craving some King.

    On the other hand, I don't want to spoil myself with reading a new SK book with Later so close to being released.
    Me too! I just picked up The Dark Half yesterday, thinking I might reread it for the first time in years just because I was craving some older King. It's been so long since I read The Dark Half that I can't remember much about it, but after picking it up yesterday, I don't know if I'm "feeling" it.

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    Oh, I love The Dark Half! I read it back in...2007, I think. So it's definitely been awhile for me, too. But I know what you mean about not "feeling" it. Sometimes I pick a book I want to read, start it, but the "craving" has kind of passed.
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    Finished Wayward by Blake Crouch. Such an awesome trilogy. Taking a one book pause and switching before I read the final book just to savior it. Reading The Five by Robert McCammon and liking it so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrell View Post
    Finished Wayward by Blake Crouch. Such an awesome trilogy. Taking a one book pause and switching before I read the final book just to savior it. Reading The Five by Robert McCammon and liking it so far.
    I LOVED it... so wanted Suntup to do that.. AND not Gauntlet.
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    Let the Right One In and loving it so far!

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    Reading ďInkĒ by Jonathan Maberry. Shaping up to be a good, strange read.

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