Mine's Joyland by Stephen King.
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Um a full book from start to finish.
Junnie B Jones and the stupid smell bus. Back in 4th grade. Lol
I was reading Edible Forest Gardens by Eric Toensmeier yesterday.
I'm reading Halo: The Fall of Reach on my phone
Stephen King is great I gotta check that one out.
I'm so sad to admit this. But the last book I read was The Charleston Vampire by Steve Brown. I don't recommend it. The title has very little to do with the actual story line. And the summary on the book has very little to do with the events. It's just misleading. Things are never fully explained or spelled out, and not in an eerie fun way. Instead, it's simply a poorly written book.
I think I'll start reading Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston because I enjoyed the first chapter or two, and it's a book my family owns.
Ursula L Guin s Earthsea II.
The Overspent American. Wow I'm boring.
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It was a Crossfire novel
it was so long ago that i can't even remember lmao.