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Book Worms

For anyone who still enjoys reading an occasional book from time to time (instead of a computer screen or those annoying bills the mail carrier keeps delivering)

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Latest Activity: May 3, 2012

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Comment by Henry on May 3, 2012 at 2:12pm

Thanks for the recommendation Kevin.  I like King, he has a unique style that I enjoy.  I'll have to check that one out.  June, you said you read SciFi and Fantasy some.  Have you checked out Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series?  It's pretty long but it's good.  Waiting on the last book to be finished.

Comment by Kevin Benham on May 3, 2012 at 11:54am

Last week I read Stephen King's newest novel, The Wind Through The Keyhole (yeah, I've been on a King kick lately).  Though it's technically part of his Dark Tower series, you could read this one without having to read all the others.  It stands on its own pretty well.  I would recommend it to anyone who loves fantasy with a fairy tale feel to it.  Very entertaining, and also very short, by King's standard, at a mere 309 pages.  A wonderful little book written in a comic book style (without pictures, of course).  Check it out at the Saline County Library.

Comment by Kevin Benham on March 27, 2012 at 7:11pm

Hello, everyone.  Glad to find a group that still reads "hard copy."  At the moment I'm rereading Stephen King's The Stand (the original version that King trimmed 400 pages off of to satisfy his publishers) and I must say it's still as fresh as when I read it 30 years ago.  This is the book that led me to suspect that King might be a closet Christian.  I would recommend it to anyone who's in the mood for a modern morality fable.

Comment by Henry on February 8, 2012 at 1:32pm

Hello all, glad I was able to find this group.  It's always a pleasure to know there are those of us who still enjoy the written word.

Comment by Sharon Young on December 12, 2010 at 5:30pm

Right now I'm reading "Me" by Katharine Hepburn.....very interesting and written just like she is telling it too you.

Comment by Larry Jameson on May 22, 2010 at 11:13am
A thought about used books. Timber Ridge Ranch, a neuromedical facility outside Benton, might have need for books.
Comment by Cheryl Barron on May 22, 2010 at 8:33am
I'm a 'day late and a dollar short' about what to do with books you don't want ,but can I make a few suggestions? The best thing is donate them to friends of the library for their book sales(you'll probably see me there). Also there are web sites like book swap and good reads. But those depend on folks wanting a particular title.
Comment by Kar Kar on March 4, 2009 at 11:24am
Yes, Ron's Books is a great way to trade books. They establish a credit for you. Never had a problem with them. I loved the book "He's Just Not That Into You", which is on at the movies now....and The Five Love Languages.....also the Left Behind Series....
Comment by Ken Morris on November 30, 2008 at 11:48am
I read a lot, mainly stuff about the care and training of horses. In addition to books on the topics I read magazines like John Lyons and Pat Parelli's articles.
Comment by Karen Johnson on May 12, 2008 at 11:08pm
Has anyone ever taken books to trade at Ron's Books in Benton? I was wondering how the process works.
My husband's Aunt gave me like 200 books and I am only keeping about a third of them. I am going to try to unload some of them at my yard sale this weekend but I am confident I will have some left over.
 

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