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MartynD88: I'm currently reading through Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton again until I can afford an e-book reader.

What e-book reader would you guys recommend?
misteryo: I have been using the Kindle app on my phone quite happily.
I also use the kindle app, it is a good one.
Gunsang: Great book. Seeing as you're from Ireland I assume it has the 21st chapter? Kubrick's film and many versions released in the U.S. are missing the last chapter. Certainly gives it a different feel.
Yes, I had the version with the original ending. Removing that chapter in the US version was a huge mistake, though I do wonder how it would have felt to read the US book without knowing there is actually a chapter missing.
Steven Erikson's Toll the Hounds (Book 8 in his fantasy epic The Malazan Book of the Fallen) I've finished a couple of days ago. Overall enjoyable, albeit not great like some past instalments in the series. I think he's guilty of overdoing moments of self-reflection with almost all of the characters in this one, where close to every sub-chapter begins with a melancholic introspection, that's often cleverly written and interesting, but became a chore to wade through in later parts of the book, because it's been used so much.

Still, now I can't stop I feel after having invested that much time in the series, I ordered Dust of Dreams to learn how the story plays out further. I own the Bantam paperback of Toll the Hounds (ISBN13: 9780553813197), which has OK-sized fonts, but is the first of these regular cheap paperbacks of Malazan books where the spine broke on my first read-through (still alright to get, if you don't wanna spend the money for a hardcover).
The count of MonteChristo. I revise it carefully. After all, brilliant writers, find inspiration from real events. Or maybe readers, can get inspiration, from brilliant writers instead.....