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On the 'to read' pile

Clockwork Heart by Dru Pagliassotti
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
City of Bones by Martha Wells
Pandora's Star by Peter Hamilton
Judas Unchained by Peter Hamilton
Foxmask by Juliet Marilliar (library)
What Jane Austen Ate and Charles Dickens Knew by Daniel Pool (library)

Now, will having all of these on hand stop me from buying new books? I ppphhfff at you, sir!
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You have to read Hunger Games when you get a chance. I picked up the audio-book on a whim, since my friend and I were taking a road-trip down the CA coast. And wow! did it have us at the edge of our seats. It deals with brutality and oppression (all the themes you'd expect from a Lord of the Flies type scenario) but the real gem is the way you also get glimpses of humanity. To think that even amidst such horror, people find honor and dignity... I'm totally vague here, sorry. But, just so you know the ending leaves you hanging, so I'd recommend having the sequel close at hand.
But, just so you know the ending leaves you hanging, so I'd recommend having the sequel close at hand.

Thanks for the head's up!