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 08.26.2011 6:57pm
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Sam Biscuits
Custard Creams



II've just finished reading "S**t my dad says" which I thought was the funniest book I've read. From what I've heard it was big in the US a couple of years ago. I'm about to start James Clavell's "King Rat". Oh, and does anyone think the "Game of Thrones" series are worth a look?




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 08.26.2011 7:06pm


Magicjewel
Dr. Fantabulous
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Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie and an anatomy textbook. I might start a book on evolutionary psychology soon.



"Well, your brain seems to work a little bit." -- Rune Walsh, Phantasy Star IV.




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 08.26.2011 7:18pm


Luna
dangerous lady



<span style="color: #3366ff;">The Last Hero: A Discworld Fable.</span>




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 08.26.2011 7:35pm


Tarethen
Registered Member

Game of Thrones




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 08.26.2011 7:46pm


Testament
We all float down here...



A Feast for Crows.








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 08.26.2011 7:50pm


Karrian
I need a new rock bottom.



Slowly making my way through A Clash of Kings. Enjoying it very much.




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 08.27.2011 7:46pm


judge_raz
Ceci n'est pas une lobster



I'm reading Hardcore Zen by Brad Warner. It's a really great introduction and summation of Zen Buddhism as told by an old, hardcore punk rocker.

http://hardcorezen.blogspot.com/



"Of Christ's twelve Apostles Judas alone proved to be traitor. But if he had acquired power, he would have represented the other eleven Apostles as traitors, and also all the lesser Apostles whom Luke numbers as seventy." - Leon Trotsky

I have a blog. This is its URL. You should read it. It's about education and skepticism and books and it has a lot of pictures of Batman and Robin in it: http://baldermoon.wordpress.com/




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 08.28.2011 1:49am


Pac
The Social Assassin



"Writing Movies for Fun and Profit", by two of the Reno 911 guys. Enjoyable, behind the scenes look at how to wite for the studio system in Hollywood.




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 08.29.2011 12:16am


Lews
Lord of the Morning



<span style="font-size: 11px; color: #959595;"><a href="/forums/profile/78">Sam Biscuits</a> said:</span>

James Clavell

Oh, and does anyone think the "Game of Thrones" series are worth a look?
as someone whose favorite book is shogun by james clavell, and who has also enjoyed the game of thrones book series (as well as the tv show) i can safely say you'd probably enjoy it, yes.

as for me, i'm reading house of leaves. it's unlike anything else i've ever read.




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 08.29.2011 4:58am


Amer
pew pew pew



Put Feast For Crows down momentarily.

Started reading The Name of the Wind. Love it so far.

Also a used book store opened up real close to me, picked up Ender's Game and the next two Dresden books I didn't have yet.




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 08.29.2011 6:20am


Southern Comfort
silently judging all of you



<span style="font-size: 11px; color: #959595;"><a href="/forums/profile/14">Amer</a> said:</span>Also a used book store opened up real close to me, picked up Ender's Game and the next two Dresden books I didn't have yet.
This is awesome. Used book stores are like a small slice of heaven.

Rebuilding my ebook library at the moment. I bet on PDA's and Microsoft Reader format a few years back, and look how that turned out. So it's all getting moved to EPUB format just in case I get a ereader sometime soon, and this time I'm ensuring my entire collection has proper metadata, proper covers, and is properly formatted. (Thank you, Demonoid, for making this easier.)




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 08.29.2011 10:35am


Indiana Jerico
Sinfully Delicious v2
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<span style="color: #888888;">Will be starting Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter by James Gurney in a bit.</span>

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 08.29.2011 5:46pm


one.gun
Cornbread, interrupted.



My Ishmael

By Daniel Quinn




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 08.30.2011 7:36pm


Revrick
Mind your P's and Q's



I just got Bukowski's Ham on Rye, however before I got a chance to start it up I did a copious amount of substances off of Burroghs Naked Lunch so now I'm at a split oh which to go with first.




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 08.30.2011 9:15pm
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Sam Biscuits
Custard Creams



<span style="font-size: 11px; color: #959595;"><a href="/forums/profile/16">Lews</a> said:</span>

<span style="font-size: 11px; color: #959595;">Sam Biscuits said:</span>

James Clavell

Oh, and does anyone think the "Game of Thrones" series are worth a look?
as someone whose favorite book is shogun by james clavell, and who has also enjoyed the game of thrones book series (as well as the tv show) i can safely say you'd probably enjoy it, yes.

as for me, i'm reading house of leaves. it's unlike anything else i've ever read.
Thanks Lews. I'll give the series a go once I've finished the Clavell's, though that might take a while.<img title="Laughing" src="/scripts/tiny_mce/plugins/emotions/img/smiley-laughing.gif" alt="Laughing" border="0" />




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