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Quite the Wondering Selection

I read. I read pretty much anything. Mostly Stephen King, but I read the classics. I read young adult, especially the dystopian series. I read the free Amazon Prime eBooks of the month which are usually suspense. Everything.

Currently reading

Robert B. Parker's Slow Burn (Spenser)
Ace Atkins
Ratf**ked Why Your Vote Doesn't Count
David Daley
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Jonathan Safran Foer
Tips for Living
Renee Shafransky
Scott Sigler
The Freelancer's Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Have the Career of Your Dreams—On Your Terms
Sara Horowitz

Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas - David Mitchell A uniquely organized story, although confusing in places. With the start and Ewing's journal, I struggled, at times to keep up. Moving to Frobisher's letters, I started to understand more. Louisa Rea's story was much more contemporary and easy to follow. Timothy Cavendish's story did not immediately seem to fit, with the nursing home mixup, but I could follow it. Then Sonmi was tough to follow, although cloning was obvious. Zachry's story was pretty interesting, showing the 'old uns'. Overall, a decent story.