What are you reading now?

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    The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson
     
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    The Fireman by Joe Hill.

    I've read everything he's ever written. He is a lot like his father (Stephen King). Really like his writing.
     
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    The Westing Game. My favorite book as a child. Read it for the first time in 30 years.


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    "Origin"

    By Dan Brown... I like Browns novels as they usually move along at a great clip so they are hard to put down. Unfortunately Origin does not move as quickly as previous Langson installments. It seems Mr Brown got just a touch carried away with some of the art descriptions in this one and it drags the story a bit.
     
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    I’m finishing this one today. :)
     
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    did it seem to drag a bit for you?? I am at the point where they just jumped on the chopper from the top of dudes building. or...are about to...maybe they dont, lol
     
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    I think it’s been pretty smooth, but I stopped reading with about 70 pages left, which I didn’t expect. It started to drag a bit there, so I will get the exciting conclusion today. :)
     
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    lol... I have caught myself actually skipping paragraphs when the long art history lessons start... skipping anything is unusual for me since I read fast anyway
     
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    The Churchill stuff is important. ;)
     
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