|11-02-2016, 04:45 PM||#27|
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One that most on here would not have read.
House of Doors ~ Brian Lumley
Bent on taking over the Earth, the deadly Thone have planted a monstrous device on our planet's surface. Trapped inside is a group of scientists, spies, and innocent bystanders. Part maze, part torture chamber, part laboratory, the House of Doors is a test. If its captives survive, the Thone will withdraw from Earth and leave us in peace.
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|11-02-2016, 06:39 PM||#28|
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I was going to suggest just picking Fahrenheit 451 because it's on two lists listed here. It would be easy for most people to get at the library, so no hassle of waiting a month or so for people to just get the chosen book. It made my youngest cry when she read it.. But I haven't read it since high school so I'd want a new fresh perspective.
A classic might not seem as fun as something really new and timely, but maybe a good first choice to get in in gear to start.
I am still waiting on whatever choice so I can check for availability.
|11-03-2016, 11:24 PM||#29|
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Tech and censorship..good idea, Bailey.
|10-26-2017, 02:26 PM||#30|
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It's a shame this group never took off. I enjoy reading but usually only make time to read two books a year.
The movie "Wonder" is coming out soon, and my wife and son informed me that I must read it before we see it. I agree, the book is always better than the movie.
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