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What are you reading!?


 

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Penknifelovelife

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    It takes a lot of energy to make that sound

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Edited by Dryice, 13 March 2010 - 02:03 AM.

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kireiray

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I've been reading these books I read when I was a little kid.. the Redwall series by Brian Jacques if anyones interested :D
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"Towards Democracy" by Edward Carpenter. It was written in 1912, and is basically a man's musings on humans and their nature. Very interesting and inspiring at the same time.
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I've been reading these books I read when I was a little kid.. the Redwall series by Brian Jacques if anyones interested :D


Yo, the Redwall series was the shit! My fav books as a kid... I remember I wrote my own stories that was based on that book on some old ass IBM computer hahah.
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The Last of the Mountain Men


it's a true story about this guy named Sylvan Hart who lived out in the Idaho wilderness for 30 years. He had an engineering degree, and built a really nice house, made his own clothes, etc.

oh btw, I've got "wisdom of insecurity" in my bookshelf along with a bunch of other old books of my Mom's. ...haven't read it yet.
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Go ask Alice. just got the book today and i couldnt put it down. i went 5 hours today without a smoke just because i didnt want to stop reading. fascinating story written in the form of a young girls diary who gets slipped lsd at a party and tumbles through a fucked up life.
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havatt

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I'm reading the Jason Bourne series right now, 100x better than the movies.
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Two books: Outliers by Malcom Gladwell and Marker by Robin Cook

Party on, Garth.
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You should just add to this thread about reading books.

but anyway I'm currently reading Wake Up, A Life of the Buddha. Much different than his other books.
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Penknifelovelife

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i dont read
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fallforlife

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Your book doesn't have to be good, you just have to be reading it!!! :P

Actually, I definitely would have posted there had I noticed that. I should be more thorough in my searches. :D


haha I dont know what you mean but it is good! It's cool that you couldnt find the thread because the search function blowwwwws.
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KeeneGreen

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Shogun by james Clavell


I'm going to reread the Dark tower series after that.


Then maybe the God delusion...
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the five people you meet in heaven
by Mitch Albom

it paints a beautiful picture in your head while you read it
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Dude I have been reading the dark tower series for a bit now up to the fourth book (wizard and glass)
it is SICK best books I have ever read..period.read it asap.
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I've come to a screeching hault in King's Under The Dome .. since I left it at a friends house that's just too far away to just get a book :rolleyes:
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I've come to a screeching hault in King's Under The Dome .. since I left it at a friends house that's just too far away to just get a book :rolleyes:

Ohh from what you have read how is it?
aliens...its aliens right..wait dont spoil it ima read it after dark tower lol./
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"Stranger In a Strange Land" by Robert Heinlein. its sooooo long, but pretty damn fascinating.
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