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What are you reading?

Jack Cerro

first registered 31.05.11

last online 8 mins ago

What are you reading?

On Authonomy:

The Mayfield Murders, by Norton Stone, http://www.authonomy.com/books/33389/the-mayfield-murders/

Off Authonomy:

Steppenwolfe, Herman Hesse


Posted: 18/08/2011 12:52:07

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Jack Cerro

first registered 31.05.11

last online 8 mins ago

Provide a link to the book your reading on Autho.

Feel free to tell us about it as well.


Posted: 18/08/2011 12:56:58
Last Edit: 18/08/2011 13:21:34 by Jack Cerro

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Jack Cerro

first registered 31.05.11

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Nothing on authonomy.

At Home - Robert Ludlum The Paris Option. <nolink>close quotes</nolink>

But you have such amazing books on your shelf.

Posted: 18/08/2011 13:11:46

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ClaireLyman

first registered 17.04.11

last online 21 hours ago

On Authonomy,
Katie O'Rourke's Monsoon Season
http://www.authonomy.com/books/15618/monsoon-season/

Off Authonomy,
Hostage in Havana by Ann Somerhausen - good stuff
http://www.tinyurl.com/hostageinhavana


Posted: 18/08/2011 13:16:44
Last Edit: 18/08/2011 13:34:38 by ClaireLyman

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Ariom Dahl

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On authonomy ... v2! http://www.authonomy.com/books/35953/v2-/
A WW2 adventure story.
(and many others!)

Off site ... I'm gradually working my way through 'The Wheel of Time' series. Currently up to number 4. My brother bought most of them for me a few years back at a garage sale.
(and again, many others!)

Tongue out


Posted: 18/08/2011 13:35:10

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JD Revene

first registered 01.05.09

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On Authonomy I keep dipping back into Yuko Zen (on my shelf permanently).

Off Authonomy just revisited Jack Higgins' The Eagle Has Landed. Just about to decide what to read next.


Posted: 18/08/2011 13:39:19

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Jack Cerro

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I can't believe it took me so long to find, Herman Hesse. I'm trying to make up for lost time now.

Posted: 18/08/2011 13:41:24

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MrKarats

first registered 26.07.11

last online 116 days ago

On authonomy, the next three to read:

Inevitable by Claire Lyman
http://www.authonomy.com/books/33316/inevitable/

Eden Legacy by Scott J. Toney
http://www.authonomy.com/books/34556/eden-legacy/

Professor Atlas and the summoning dagger by Paul Maguire
http://www.authonomy.com/books/36156/professor-atlas-and-the-summoning-dagger/

At home:

The Eye of the World (first book of The Wheel of Time) by Robert Jordan


Posted: 18/08/2011 13:41:29

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Jack Cerro

first registered 31.05.11

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OK, I've been meaning to start in on this......

On Authonomy:

Yuko Zen is Somewhere Else, by Simon Paul Wilson, http://www.authonomy.com/books/25671/yuko-zen-is-somewhere-else/

Off Authonomy:

Steppenwolfe, Herman Hesse


Posted: 18/08/2011 13:47:21

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ClaireLyman

first registered 17.04.11

last online 21 hours ago

On authonomy, the next three to read:

Inevitable by Claire Lyman
http://www.authonomy.com/books/33316/inevitable/

Eden Legacy by Scott J. Toney
http://www.authonomy.com/books/34556/eden-legacy/

Professor Atlas and the summoning dagger by Paul Maguire
http://www.authonomy.com/books/36156/professor-atlas-and-the-summoning-dagger/

At home:

The Eye of the World (first book of The Wheel of Time) by Robert Jordan
<nolink>close quotes</nolink>

Great to hear Smile

Posted: 18/08/2011 13:48:48

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