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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmervyn View Post
    Don't be a wanckier, Loz, you can download them free.
    Could you do that for me, Merv?

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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Quote Originally Posted by LozHinge the Unhinged View Post
    Could you do that for me, Merv?
    Sorry, mate, my hands are full already.

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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Won't anyone get me a book on self reliance?

    You all suck

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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

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    REAMDE

    Neal Stephenson

    Reminds me of my Uncle. If he had gone high tech instead of low end.

    So Vivi Did you see
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    is Heir over the Discworld?
    No Bob, I did not know any of that, thanks for pointing that out to me!

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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    So can I get some book recommendations from people? Honestly the only book in the past 10+ years that I have read simply for enjoyment was "Scar Tissue" by Anthony Kiedis.

    Honestly, it probably has to be an autobiography. Every single novel that I have ever tried to read, no matter how interesting it was, gets boring to me. Some subjects that I am interested in reading about (at least autobiographies of), drug addiction, prison life, criminals, war (mostly WWII), maybe survival, etc. I know they're strange subjects, but I am always intrigued of first hand accounts of these things. Especially since I'll be dealing with this population shortly once my career begins.

    Can anyone think of anything?

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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Rose Kennedy's autobiography, Times to Remember.

    Recommended.

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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Laser.
    Try

    Yes I can - Sammy Davis Jr
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    A Book - Desi Arnez.

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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    I am reading the Book of Numbers.

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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    I'm on my 2nd trip through

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    Best current writers newest book.


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    Re: Hey Bookworm, What Are You READING?

    Tiassa (Vlad Taltos #13)

    by Steven Brust

    8 of 10 "Cha," is the sound a Tiassa makes.


    I was looking for different things but it does all hang together well on reflection.
    Latest in 2 series set in a world like no other.
    Thats the Library
    P.S. .I love way he mixes the styles up with the Vlad and Dumas. As a per requirement for the details to shine in these books so I recommend both


    If you have not read any Vlad books then jumping straight into this one will probably confuse you and leave you wondering why much of the back story was just left hanging there. It wasn't, it relates back to previous books. As usual this book involves convoluted plots (or the illusion of them) and cunning plans. Think Ocean's Eleven with pointy things and magic.

    I didn't see the end coming, the plot and characters make sense, and the both of the narrative styles used get me every time.

    Lots of foreshadowing and clearing up of past foreshadowing here.

    Last edited by BobCox2; 08-02-2013 at 05:36.

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