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Michael Crichton
A group of American scientists are rushed to a huge vessel that has been discovered resting on the ocean floor in the middle of the South Pacific. What they find defies their imaginations and mocks th...

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Sphere, by Michael Crichton

Wild ride of a book!

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Sphere, by Michael Crichton

First book I’ve read in a long time that made me want to read it again the moment I finished it. Amazing.

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Sphere by Michael Crichton

Just finished this over the weekend and really enjoyed it. Third book I read by him and if this book played out like I usually assume this type of story played out, I would have enjoy it because I do enjoy his writing quite a bit. Instead he does something a bit different and unexpected. Was an entertaining read.

World War Z by Max Brooks

Working on this one now, about 100 pages in. I have heard this book talked up and I think I understand why. The stuff this book explores when it comes to the zombie apocalypse is not something I expected and has me attached to it. I’m barely able to put it down.

Edit: fix a word.

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I am about to finish Sphere, by Michael Crichton. Pretty good book, I've seen the movie a few times and remember it pretty well, so it's neat to read it. I'm not sure how to describe his writing, but it's very easy to read and interesting enough that you can't put it down. Will probably read a few more of his books, any standouts? Thinking Andromeda Strain next.

Going to start The White Darkness, by David Grann this week. I love his books so looking forward to his latest.

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Finished Iron Gold, by Pierce Brown

Finished The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman This is the first book I have read by Neil Gaiman and I enjoyed it. I will definitely read "American Gods" sometime this year.

Starting Sphere, by Michael Crichton

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I finished Sphere, by Michael Crichton

Started The Poisonwood Bible, by Barbara Kingsolver and Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates

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In the past week I finished The Grey King, by Susan Cooper and Fever Dream, by Samanta Schweblin.

Started Sphere, by Michael Crichton.

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I finished Sphere, by Michael Crichton. Not a character driven book, but the plot and pace is excellent. Andromeda Strain will be his next book that I read and the one I've been looking forward to the most.

I started All The Pretty Horses, by Cormac McCarthy. I'm finally in the right mood to read a McCarthy book. Time to appreciate the master.

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Sphere, by Michael Crichton

I'm liking the pace of this one. Something new and intriguing happens every chapter, and Crichton is pretty slick at weaving 20th-century pop science into the dialogue. Like, I know how black holes work, but I also enjoy seeing someone come up with creative explanations to describe them.

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Finished: Sphere, by Michael crichton

Reading: The Long Haul: A Trucker's Tales of Life on the Road, by Finn Murphy