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Fun books to read: Wool (Omnibus Edition)

Wool by Hugh Howey, five of many fun books to read

Wool Omnibus edition, by Hugh Howey: five fun books to read

Wool Omnibus Edition (#1–5) by Hugh Howey

No, I haven’t read these yet either. But they’ll certainly be a fun read, knowing that you’re reading a timeless sci-fi classic to be, almost before the pixels are dry (the first Wool short story was published in July 2011). Already #1 on Kindle (as of October 2012), it rates a stellar 4.46 after more than 5,000 Goodreads ratings!  Check out Howey’s post-apocalyptic world at Goodreads.

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Fun books to read: The Husband

The Husband by Dean Koontz, a fun book to read

The Husband, a fun book to read

The Husband by Dean Koontz

Ever had one of those days? Well, it couldn’t be as bad as the Kafka-esque experience of this guy, who, just minding his own business, finds he’s got only hours to come up with $2 million to ransom his wife from unknown kidnappers. Check it out at Goodreads.

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Fun books to read: Thalo Blue

Fun books to read: Thalo Blue by Jason McIntyre

Thalo Blue by Jason McIntyre, a fun book to read

Thalo Blue by Jason McIntyre

Most people worry about losing their mind. Zeb’s found an extra one: a sick, twisted one that is stalking him from the inside as well as the outside. But why? The fun is in finding out in this tale by a master of suspense! Check it out at Goodreads.

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