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A place to discuss what you're reading, why and how you relate to the material. What is the best book you've ever read? Do you have one you've read more than once? Do you read mostly for fun or something else? Do you have a preferred genre?


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Greeting to our new friends! What titles are you currently reading? Please share. Posted in Bookwurmz group
ronin73 22 views 66 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Question of the week: Have you seen a screen adaptation of one of your favorite books that just mutilated the story line? What was your reaction? Posted in Bookwurmz group
ronin73 22 views 55 Posted in Bookwurmz group
I love reading but I'm so damned busy. I've taken listening audiobooks while I work. Someone called me out with "That doesn't count if you aren't holding a book!" What do you all think, is it cheating? Posted in Bookwurmz group
Maddragoon 21 views 55 Posted in Bookwurmz group
I’ve always been a voracious reader but have had so much difficulty getting back into it since my husband’s death a year ago. I was on vacation in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, last week and visited the Otto Bookstore, even though I have unread ... Posted in Bookwurmz group
ProudMary 19 views 11 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Hi Bookwurmz, New to this group. I'm usually more of a Scifi/fantasy reader but will read most anything. Currently I'm reading 'Cold Mountain'. I loved the movie and came across the book at a thrift store. Its really different than the movie in ... Posted in Bookwurmz group
ronnie40356 19 views 00 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Wow! Thank you and welcome to all of the new members that have joined in the last few days. Enjoy you time here. Posted in Bookwurmz group
ronin73 19 views 00 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Reading Hunter Thompson's son's autobiography this week. He's only a few years older than me, and though our lives were of course different, it feels terribly familiar, growing up in the shadow of parents whose world in the 60's was so much larger ... Posted in Bookwurmz group
HibernatingPika 19 views 33 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Does anyone know similar authors to Malcolm Gladwell? Posted in Bookwurmz group
thezekroman 18 views 11 Posted in Bookwurmz group
NYT Top ten fiction, these are the bestsellers. [libraryaware.com] Posted in Bookwurmz group
ronnie40356 18 views 22 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Just finished reading a book by Tom Hanks (the actor), called "Uncommon Types: Some Stories". I really enjoyed it a great deal. It is a collection of unrelated short stories, although some of them do reuse the names of characters, although ... Posted in Bookwurmz group
snytiger6 18 views 22 Posted in Bookwurmz group
FUN one from Theodore Geisel/Dr. Seuss, written in freewheeling 1939, that saw hundreds of women guides in see - through gossamer bikinis along the Midway of the futuristic World's Fair that also featured a walk-through Danish nudist colony! ... Posted in Bookwurmz group
MoonTiger 18 views 00 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Please welcome two new members to the group....JazznBlues and qualiagirl. Let’s hear from both of you regarding your literary choices. Posted in Bookwurmz group
Marionville 18 views 22 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Wow! Just finished Nod by Adrian Barnes. Did it in two days as I didn’t want to put it down. When I bought it the guy at the bookstore said not to worry about the ending as it wasn’t a typo. People keep trying to return it. Couldn’t put it down... Posted in Bookwurmz group
Carlita 17 views 22 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Two book recommendations. The first is "The Daydreamer" by Ien McEwan About the various day dreams of a tne year old boy. It's veyr imaginative an d fun. The second is "Lily and the Octopus" by Steven Rowley Lily is a Dachshund, owned by a ... Posted in Bookwurmz group
snytiger6 16 views 11 Posted in Bookwurmz group
(The flesh collectors)This grizzly true story will keep readers up all night. Posted in Bookwurmz group
shy-atheist 16 views 11 Posted in Bookwurmz group
I'm currently reading 'The Stone Sky' by N.K. Jemisin, book 3 in her Broken Earth trilogy. I'm blown away by how good the first two books were and just how good her writing is. Anyone else have any thoughts on these books? Posted in Bookwurmz group
speljamr 16 views 22 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Finally got around to reading "The Godfather". I still haven't seen the movies. However, the book was really good. I recommend it highly. Posted in Bookwurmz group
snytiger6 16 views 33 Posted in Bookwurmz group
I’m currently reading a Percy Jackson book ? cause my year old wants me to so we can discuss it. ❤️ Then planning on “the hate you give”. I’ve heard good things about it! Posted in Bookwurmz group
Christinag 16 views 11 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Anybody else just flat out unable to get into e-reading? I've downloaded a few books but am not able to spend much time reading in that format. Posted in Bookwurmz group
ronin73 15 views 66 Posted in Bookwurmz group
Hi readers! I just finished Doctor Sleep, which is a companion piece to The Shining. Thoroughly enjoyed it, as I felt King did a terrific job of bringing little Danny Torrance forward through his life and into a mess of an adulthood. A couple of ... Posted in Bookwurmz group
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