What book are you currently reading? (Page 3)
Python aka Casanova: I just finished a book called Cloning: Who's Still Afraid? by Pence. Great insight into the politics of cloning and stem cell research.
maugan: First off, I'm impressed that the 'Books' forum seems to be more active than the 'Sports' one, that's not usually the case.
As for books one is currently reading, I'm currently re-reading all the Dune novels, up to Heretics of Dune at the moment and I love it!
AussieNerd: Shackelton's Way: Leadership Lessons from the Great Antarctic Explorer by Margot Morrell & Stephanie Capparell
Great for managers and team leaders and how to get the best out of your team
Thriller 2: Stories You Just Can't Put Down, Ed. Clive Cussler
A series of short stories from various authors (including R.L. Stein, Lisa Jackson & Javier Sierra) - excellent work throughout
James: I am reading a book called Phantom. It is part of the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind. I believe it is the 11th book in the series. I am taking a break from school this summer and part of that is to read some fiction.
Tefh: A natural history of the senses- Diane Ackerman. It is just that, - smell, touch, taste, hearing, vision. With lots of interesting facts and anticdotes.
blu_sky: How different is the book to the movie? Ive watched all 3 installations, but never read them. (The Girl series).
Currently reading 'House of day, house of night' by Olga Tokarczuk.
neon_jenn: I haven't watched the movies. i'm putting off watching them until I've finished reading the series.
dapperfellow: I am reading the newest book by Anne McCaffrey and her son Todd McCaffrey "Dragon Time" A wonderful book about the riders of Pern. If you haven't read any of her books, now is the time.
Juba_The_Sniper: Storm of Steel by Ernst Junger (Penguin Modern Classics)
Jünger describes his experiences in the trenches in a very detached, unemotional matter. Events, even of the most gruesome sort, are described 'as he witnessed them' as if he was there as a neutral, impartial observer instead of a participant. He neither romanticises nor offers any apology for killing allied forces (here described as 'the enemy' ) He was a soldier, killing other soldiers was his duty.
risen_sun86: Finished the Old Kingdom Trilogy.. AWESOME. About to start another series called 'The Name of the Wind'.
ColonelKusanagi: finishing Firestarter and then working my way back thru Wheel of time in preparation for the big finale