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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Froley, Jun 18, 2011.
On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society
A Dangerous Fortune by Ken Follett
I love the Dexter series. Got a little too formulaic after the first few though.
I love his books, I'll have to look for that one
Still on Moby Dick.
Just finished up the chapter on whale steaks and a hilarious but very racist chapter involving the ship's 90 year-old Black cook, and his lack of proper preparation of said whale meat steak. Same chapter involved a curse-filled religious style sermon to a bunch of feeding sharks.
(I swear I'm NOT making that up!)
Timothy Egan The Worst Hard Time and Tim McGrath Give Me a Fast Ship.
The Croning by Laird Barron
Creepy as hell re-telling of the Rumpelstiltskin legend. Lovecraft, Machen and Ligotti influences abound.
The Aeronaut's Windlass by Jim Butcher.
Snow Crash - Neal Stephenson
On the streets with 14 company
The Ultimate Hang: An Illustrated Guide to Hammock Camping.
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert. I was really hesitant because she also wrote Eat, Pray, Love, but I saw a few bloggers I follow speaking very positively about this book. It's pretty good - the stuff on fear especially strikes a chord with me.
It's taking a while because I'm just not making the right kind of time.
Basically, I wanted to read OHMSS again...until I remembered how far into the series it is. I re-read CR a year or two ago, so I decided to start at #2....which is actually the only movie I've never seen (other than the farce Casino Royale)...because my mom was deathly terrified of snakes, and I started watching them with her.
I kind of hate them too, so we'll see how much it affects my enjoyment of the book.
currently reading Ross Kemp's A to Z Of Hell - How Not To Travel The World
read Some Thoughts On Scouts And Spies months and months ago.
Just finish The Hyperion Cantos by Dan Simmons.
The latest and sadly last Terry Pratchett set in the discworld, The Shepherds Crown.
I'm working through from his first. Currently reading maskerade. There are lots I've read before but I'm doing a pilgrimage
Good Omens is one of my favorites.
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