Yea I loved the humor used in those books. Some very epic moments in there
U could try: "Shogun" by James Clavell
the action takes place in feudal Japan - probably the best book i have read or
"The Dark Tower" by Stephen King.
Japan-wise, the Musashi is obvious .)
Преступление и наказание Prestupleniye i Nakazaniye by Фёдор Миха́йлович Достое́вский
is the best book ever. It's long, awesome and just great.
Oh, if you don't speak russian it's Crime & Punishment by Fyodor Mikhaylovich Dostoyevsky.
New episodes of Californication!!! Hank Moody is my idol!
KremBanan is actually an anti-gentleman. He repels chivalry like an opposing polarity.
@ ThomasJohnson: I have a lot of VB.net experience through uni, but we never got as far as encryption of database connections
As for the book suggestion: have you considered reading through the Diablo series? They are awesome. All pretty dark stories, which I like. Can't really recommend any other books though since I'm not much of a reader.
On a sidenote, my head feels like a stone after last night.
If you haven't read
1)Max Tucker ‘’I hope they serve beer in hell’’ .. Get that...
2=As someone already suggested: RR martin's A song of fire and ice... Just read it and thank me ( and those other people ) later
3)Fight club by Palahniuk
4)After the Quake by Haruki Marukami
5) The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night-time…. Is a good book.… Hate it or like it applies.. Or something like that… Not a good I’d recommend of bat.
6)David Eddings. Read him awhile ago(5 years?), not really remembering it, but most people I know hate that guy. Accuse him of being both racist and a shallow ****.
But who knows? If I were to read it, I would have read A wheel of time and A song of fire and ice before.
7)Fear and loathing in Las Vegas – Just for the feel of it. The end of the American dream.
8) A farewell to Arms – Hemingway. + the shortstory ‘’ The Killers’’
9)Stephen king. Most books. Some say his writing has deteriorated with the years… I wouldn’t confirm this, but I wouldn’t deny it either.
His Dark-Tower series is something I began reading.. and haven’t finished. But probably a good series…. Much more raw than his later stuff… But perhaps that’s just bull**** from my side.
10) American Psycho and Less Than Zero. Bret Easton Ellis.
I’d also aquire A clock work Orange and Brave New World.
http://www.listology.com/list/1001-b...t-read-you-die Is a List You should get into
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