The second book, Dearly Devoted Dexter is better. And with all my heart, i emplore you not to read the third.
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On another note, just finished reading Michael Crichton's Timeline. It was pretty good as far as pop sci-fi goes. Intelligent discussions of some quantum mechanics. Great historical theories and discussions. As is often the case, Crichton does a good job educating the reader a little as he goes along.
Bit of news, probably one of the most over-rated authors of all time has died at age 91. I refer of course to JD Salinger, author of one of the worst "modern classics" I have ever had the displeasure of reading; The Catcher in the Rye.
I would say RIP, but apparently he sat on a heap of unpublished works and there are rumours that now they are likely to see the light of day
About 60% of the way through "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy, amazing read so far. I highly recommend it.
Ok, finished The Road, easily on of the best pieces of literature I have ever read. I highly recommend it to everyone.
Fantastically written with a great story to boot.
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Any alternative history fans out there? I'm currently on to the second novel in John Brimingham's Weapons Of Choice series and am enjoying it thoroughly. The premise is that a future 21st century naval force is sent back in time to 1942 prior to the Battle of Midway. The book goes into great detail on the culture clash, racism and bigotry etc that a multi-cultural 21st century group would encounter back in the 40's. And also provides an entertaining vision of the past being dragged through the decades of technological and social advancement much faster than it could have ever hoped or would have wanted.
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reading darkly dreaming dexter ...
I'm a huge fan of the tv series, and the book seems really great too, really enjoy the wrighting.
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I was trying to find the Dark Tower series in a book store recently, but was thwarted by the lack of Stephen King books. I find this puzzling as he rates as one of the most popular authors of the 20th century, to not have one of his books on the shelves is just ridiculous. But this piece of news should mean my efforts will be rewarded next time:
^I just made a mess in my pants. A very happy mess. :D