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TheDarkBookworm

TheDarkBookworm

Joined September 2016

Books are good for the mind and soul. Get lost in the story.
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The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith
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Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris
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It (Library) by Stephen King
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The Devil All the Time by Donald Ray Pollock
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Broadchurch by Erin Kelly, Chris Chibnall
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Insurgent by Veronica Roth
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Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
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NYPD Red by James Patterson
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A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin
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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
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Supernatural: Night Terror by John Passarella
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It by Stephen King
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Arrow - Vengeance by Titan Books, Oscar Balderrama, Lauren Certo
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Behind Closed Doors by B. A. Paris
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Fury by Elizabeth Miles
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Doctor Who: In the Blood by Jenny T Colgan
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ET, the book of the Green Planet by William Kotzwinkle
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I picked this book up out of curiousity. The title sounded interesting and sounded like something out of the Twilight Zone.
I've only just started it. So far, I find it interesting even though I don't read historical stuff often.
If you've read this, what did you think?
#thesplendidandthevile #eriklarson #winstonchurchill #theblitz #worldwarII #bookworm #readersshallruletheworld #readersgonnaread #bookwormproblems #toomanybookssolittletime

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I know I don't update often.
Here's a nice slice today: I enjoy the B&N editions books for various reasons, but the main reason is because there's multiple stories from the same author (ex. Agatha Christie).

I'm currently reading the B&N Edition of 3 Stephen King novels: Carrie, Salem's Lot and The Shining.

I've read Carrie one other time and the other two, I havent read. Wish me luck!

#stephenking #horror #carrie #salemslot #theshining

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Shutter Island | Dennis Lehane
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I haven't updated in a while. Sorry about that
Currently reading Shutter Island and I'm hugely enjoying it. If you haven't picked up this gem, do it. Mystery, thriller, suspense with a twist ending! #shutterisland #dennislehane #mystery #thriller #twistendings

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City of Ashes | Cassandra Clare
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I'm about halfway through this book and it's pretty good so far. It's been a while since I read City of Bones, but this is a pretty good followup. Hoping to finish it soon.
#themortalinstruments #cassandraclare #shadowhunters

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I got this book for christmas and I tried reading Murder on the Orient Express once before and could not get into it.
However, with this 3 book collection, I am now getting into it. I love mystery novels like "And Then There Were None" and "Private".
Hercule Poirot is quite an interesting character. So I'm excited to read these stories and unravel the whodunit storylines.
#agathachristie #mysterynovels #bookworm #reader #bookcollection

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I just started this book, but I'm curious to see what it's about. I haven't seen the film yet, so here goes nothing! #crimsonpeak #tomhiddleston #movienovelization #2019readingchallenge

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Red Dragon | Thomas Harris
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Okay, first off, I actually like this book. I read this book back in high school and it's been quite a few years since I read it last. I bought this book just last weekend (also Silence of the Lambs) and I'm looking forward to revisiting the characters and plot. There's quite a bit of detail I don't remember, but I highly recommend this book.

(Picture is cropped from my Instagram story hence the hashtags)

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I'm only 3 chapters into this book and I'm not a huge fan of the franchise (I do enjoy the first 2 films), I'm willing to give this a shot after reading the novelizations for Alien & Aliens. I'm hoping to get to Alien vs Predator at some point.

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I'm about done with this book! I started reading the Poldark novels about a year ago (after watching a snippet of the first episode of the show) since it piqued my interest. I took quite a while away after "Demelza" and watched the first two seasons. If you have not started this series, please check it out. I wasn't sure if I was going to even like the series, but I'm in love with it.

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It (Library) | Stephen King
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I'm actually going to try and read this for the first time. It's going to take a while to get through, considering this is a King novel and it's huge (over 1,000 pages). Can it be done? I'm about to try my buns off and do it. (Hopefully be through 100 pages by Monday)

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Doctor Who: In the Blood | Jenny T Colgan
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This is another book I'm reading. Doctor Who: In the Blood. This an adventure featuring the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble (David Tennant & Catherine Tate, respectively). The author captures their wit and chemistry so far. I loved Donna but I do miss Rose.

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Arrow - Vengeance | Titan Books, Oscar Balderrama, Lauren Certo
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Not quite halfway but this book is definitely different. Only being through the first season of the show (and 3 left to catch up on), I find the plot compelling and interesting so far. The Slade Wilson character in very interesting finding out his backstory.

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The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury | Robert Kirkman, Jay Bonansinga
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I got this book in a double feature. I loved "Rise of the Governer" and finished it fairly quickly. This book took me over a year to finish. To be honest, the first half is pretty boring but the last 2/3 of the book had my attention. I'm not sure whether or not I recommend this book or not at this point. When I start the next one, I may update this one.

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First off, let me say this: This book was pretty interesting. When I first bought the "Tiger's Curse" series (there is a total of 4 right now), I found the novella on amazon, not realizing there was a prequel before the actual book series started. Once I received it, I started it and it had my attention after the first few sentences. I'm gonna keep this short. The ending was shocking. The events leading up to it are interesting. I recommend it.

MrBook Nice review! 6y
TheDarkBookworm Thank you! It's short but you know :) @MrBook 6y
MrBook Pithily well done 😊👍🏻 6y
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TheDarkBookworm @MrBook can't promise to review EVERY book I read but only the good ones ;) 6y
MrBook Same here 😊. 6y
TheDarkBookworm I'll try my best to update as much as I can! Thank you for enjoying! @MrBook 6y
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"C'mon, Mr. J," Harley protested. "You're driving like an old man. Pedal to the metal." -Harley Quinn page 48

MrBook Welcome to @Litsy ! We hope you enjoy your stay, I think you'll like it here 😎👍🏻. 6y
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