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I, Robot
Isaac Asimov
The three laws of Robotics:1) A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm2) A robot must obey orders givein to it by human beings except...

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On vacation last week I was able to finish:

When We Were Orphans, by Kazuo Ishiguro. The 4th of his books I’ve read so far, and I loved it.

I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov I don’t usually read of lot of hardcore sci-fi so this was an awesome foray into the genre. Loved all the logic around the three laws. Will definitely be reading the whole series.

Currently reading:

Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov just started this one and it is both beautiful and disturbing.

Mountains Beyond Mountains, by Tracy Kidder still chugging along on this one. While it’s very interesting and inspiring, I have it in a hard copy instead of Kindle, so it doesn’t travel with me and is a little slower going.

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I Robot, by Issac Asimov

I planned on reading the Foundation novels, but apparently all his books are linked. So starting from the beginning!

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I've never been a reader my whole life, but this year I've been plowing through books for some reason. I never even planned to get into reading. I just finished my 15th book this year, and my "to-read" stack just keeps growing. But yeah, this week I have read:

Finished: The girl on the train, by Paula Hawkins

I had never heard about this book (or movie) before borrowing it from a friend, but after picking it up I heard about it everywhere. Even got it suggested to me by my mother-in-law who didin't know I had started it. I'm not a big thinker so I'll just say this book was ok. Not the best, not the worst.

Hurting distance, by Sophie Hannah

This is the second book in the series I've read. I liked this one more than the other (Little face was the first I read), but both of them were a bit.. shallow? (Dont know if that's the right word) Easy to read, exciting enough. Didn't like the characters when i read the first book, but then found it comforting reading bout them again so I guess they did stay with me.

I, ROBOT, by Isaac Asimov

Like I said before, I'm not a big thinker, so this one just blew my mind. Every story was more intriguing than the last one. Absolutely fantastic.

starting now: Watership down, by Richard Adams

I'm bringing up some childhood trauma starting this book. I remember watching the animated movie as a child and just bawling my eyes out. Maybe I'll be better equipped to handle the story now. Maybe.

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Last week I finished:
The Gunslinger, by Stephen King
Artemis, by Andy Weir
The Time Machine, by H.G. Wells

This week I started:
I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov

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Currently reading I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov - Totally not what I was expecting from the book. It was hard to get into the story

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Cosmos, by Carl Sagan, first time giving this classic a read. I am amazed on how good the prose by Sagan is.

'I, Robot', by Isaac Asimov. Have only read the first story, started reasonably well.

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Finished I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov

Started reading Sharp Objects, by Gillian Flynn

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Just started The Caves of Steel, by Isaac Asimov

After finishing I Robot, by Isaac Asimov, right after finishing Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley

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Dune, by Frank Hebert third re-read, it just keeps getting better (are the sequels worth it?)

I, Robot by Isaac Asimov almost done with this one

Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War, by Mark Bowden finally decided to read it

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Finished I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov last week
Started Robot Dreams, by Isaac Asimov

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The Thin Man by Dashiell Hammett I loved The Maltese Falcon, so I thought I'd check out this book. It's very good.

Mike The Memoirs of Lester B. Pearson, vol. 2 This was very detailed, but good.

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