Favorite book (So far) of 2015

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Re: Favorite book (So far) of 2015

Postby nukesnipe on Thu 15 Oct 2015 13:41

Wow.

I read so many books it's hard to pick a "favorite". I just finished reading the Hornblower series and really enjoyed them.

I found John Ringo's zombie apocalypse series a fun romp and am looking forward to the last book coming out in paperback.

I'm procrastinating reading Kim Harrison's "The Witch with no Name" as it's the last Rachel Morgan book and I really don't want to accept the fact the series has ended....

My son and I saw "The Martian" a couple of weeks ago, and he's read the book. I thought Matt Damon did a fine job in his role. I thoroughly enjoyed the movie.
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Re: Favorite book (So far) of 2015

Postby aramis on Sat 24 Oct 2015 14:34

I started reading another novel... Bujold's Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen. I'm 5 chapters in, and it's taken the lead.
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