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I'm at the part where they are just sailing off in the boat. I know, I know, I'm slow!

I think Lamar is a great character, I like the kid, Malik too. It'll be interesting to see how all these diverse people live on that boat.
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Originally posted by Belladonna Belladonna wrote:


Have you read Castaways FE? I think when I'm ready for another Keene it'll be Conqueror's Worm, I've heard a lot of good things.


I did read Castaways, t hought it was nice B-movie fun. Written as a homage to Richard Laymon (but better written than a Laymon novel), it is fast-paced and fun.

I do really like Conquerer Worms.
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I've managed to lose this damn book somewhere, somehow! I can't believe it, I've never misplaced a book before, especially while I was reading it, lol! I've looked everywhere, oh well!
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How do you lose a book??? Find it, I want to hear your thoughts. What part were yo uat?
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I found it a little while ago, it was hiding under a kleenex box and a bunch of papers. I had lifted up the papers twice yesterday looking for it but never thought to look under the kleenex box. lol! I need to clean house. I should finish it this weekend.

I like it alot so far, it's a little more graphic than his other books I've read but I like the characters and the storyline and the pace of the book. There are no extra words or unneccesary scenes in it and it moves quite quickly.

A friend is reading Boy's Life, still, it's been months now (since September) he says he likes it but there is alot of clutter in there but he figures it has to be like that to move the story along and fill up the pages. I'm going to give him this book when I finish it.

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