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Old 09-17-2010, 04:41 AM
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I'm only reading one book at the time and at this exact moment it is "Gideon's Spies: The Secret History of Mossad" by Gordon Thomas. I have to say that it has been very interesting to read about what has been and what is going on in the back ground of recent events, like Diana's death, Clinton's scandals and others like that. A very recommend pick for anyone who is interested in real world workings and deals the governments make away from the public eyes.

Recently I've read Alistair Reynolds scifi series centering on human expansion into space. And read 2 first novels in the Legacy of the Force series (Star Wars stuff).

I'm planning to read the 3rd novel in the Legacy of the Force series which I'm picking up today and then I either put in "Without Warning" by John Birmingham followed by the second book in the same series (Theme is the world and chaos if US is destroyed suddenly)

BUT I'm definitely going to read The Gathering Storm before TofM. So a busy reading schedule awaits...

So... Pretty varied stuff.

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