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I need to read Dune. Because the movie is coming out soon. And I don't want to be spoiled. But the thing is thicker than my open palm
Like a long journey, you take it one page at a time. Roger Zelazny was my favorite author as I hit my teen years and when I found out that a sci-fi book of the year award was shared between Roger's This Immortal and Frank's Dune I knew I had to give it a try.

I wouldn't recommend the entire Dune saga but the first book would easily make my packing list when being stranded on a deserted island. Such a great story. Today, I'm so used to reading cheap popcorn e-novels that I have no idea if I could get through it again. It's been probably 30 years since the last time I read it, guess it's time to buy it digitally and find out.
 

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Epic
 

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I'm on the Gray Man by Mark Greaney series on Book 6, Gunmetal Gray

 

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Do Audio Books count?

If so I am currently listening to:

Last Stand at Khe Sanh: The US Marines' Finest Hour in Vietnam​


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I just finished:

Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company​


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Yes audiobooks count!
 

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Collected and read that series while in high school. Amazing art and a fantastic story. Have grabbed up some of the more recent offerings as well like the manga Lone Wolf and Cub 2100.

I went down the graphic novel worm hole during quarantine. I just finished Vagabond and am almost at the end of Blade of the Immortal on the Manga side
 

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Has anyone read this book? What did you think of it? I know I am late to the party as it is 7 years old.
 

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