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Angels and Demons
Dan Brown
The countdown to oblivion has started - who will stop the clock? A famous scientist is found dead, a mysterious symbol burned into his skin. Many miles away in Rome, the world's cardinals gather to el...

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Intellectual Privacy: Rethinking Civil Liberties in the Digital Age by Neil Richards.

Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse. I found the progression of Siddhartha's journey to be intriguing.


The Story of My Life by Helen Keller I had wanted to read her story since I had heard that she tended to be a fairly optimistic person despite the challenges she had from her disability.

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. I loved The Da Vinci Code and wanted to read more of his work. I am enjoying the story so far.

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Finished Angels and Demons, by Dan Simmons after a friend asked if I'd read it. I've read a couple of Dan Brown books before and they're okay for what they are: escapes from reality, something easy and exciting. This book was no different, another over-the-top historical thriller. I'm not really into that sort of thing, but if you're are then feel free to read this.

Working on The Course of Mexican History, by Michael Meyer and William Sherman. Mexican history is heartbreaking. All I want is to see something go right for this country but it is overwhelmingly plagued with misfortune.

Still reading The Brothers Karamazov, by Fyodor Dostoevsky. I've been hauling this one around for a couple months now, taking it in bit by bit. I'm about halfway through and I think it's great. It's enjoyable enough that it doesn't feel like a chore and the length doesn't feel daunting.

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Last week I finished:

Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain (I really liked this book! It was interesting reading the different stories and memories from Bourdain.)

Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman (Oh man, this was a really beautiful book. I wasn't sure if I'd like it because I typically don't read a lot of coming-of-age stories, or romances. I'm glad that I own a copy so I can reread certain parts again.)

Currently reading:

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown (I'm a little surprised about how much I'm enjoying this.)

Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhot (So far I think this is beautifully written.)

Bear Town by Fredrik Backman (I'm having a hard time getting into this one honestly. Going to try to stick it out for a little bit longer and see what happens.)

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Angels and Demons by Dan Brown.

It's the first book I've read and finished in three or four years. Feeling pretty proud of myself about it. I may have called almost every plot twist chapters before it happened, but it was still a fun romp. I searched /r/books for things that got people back into reading/things that people considered guilty pleasures and Brown popped up a few times and my mother had Angels and Demons on hand.

At this point, I'm trying to maintain reading and getting into other titles. So I'm also reading God Is Disappointed In You by Mark Russell and Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. Both were recommended by friends, and thankfully one is short and easy to digest while the other is very lengthy, so I can plod at it at my own pace at the longer one and pick up another after I finish the shorter.

Feeling really good about finishing a single book at least, I'm hoping this gets me back into reading. If needs be, I'll pick up another Brown novel, since they seem easy to read and I have both Digital Fortress and Deception Point too.

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Finished up Angels and Demons, by Dan Brown last night which I thoroughly enjoyed after waiting while to start the series. Been interesting to read some of the reviews on Goodreads since they highly praise the book or absolutely hate it. Safe to say I'll be moving on with the series which brings me onto what I'm reading this week :

I'm unsure whether to start The DaVinci Code, by Dan Brown since the story is fresh in my mind and I'm wanting to carry on.

My second option is The Quantum Thief, by Hannu Rajaniemi as I got given the series as part of the reddit books gift exchange and dying to get into them.

Finally, the last option is Turtles all the way down, by John Green, this would be as a quick read just to cleanse the reading palate before diving into something else

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I finished: Angels and Demons, by Dan Brown and Wilder Boys, by Brandon Wallace. I'm reading: Six of Crows, by Leigh Bardugo and For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood..… , by Christopher Emdin .

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Factfulness by Hans Rosling, which is about accurate data interpretation combined with critical thinking. I loved it and definitely recommend this book to everyone.

Still Reading

The Story of My Life by Helen Keller, which is very interesting so far.

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown, which I am really enjoying so far.

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The Story of My Life by Helen Keller.

I am still reading Angels and Demons by Dan Brown.


One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

The Te of Piglet by Benjamin Hoff