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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Froley, Jun 18, 2011.
Just about to order this
Reading Red Mars (Mars Trilogy) again. Kim Stanley Robinson
At about 150 pages in I am enjoying this...although I am a total novice when it comes to classical Rome---etc.....
My Masters thesis. It keeps getting sent back for revisions. My husband says that's normal but it's driving me bonkers.
Sent by owl post.
Went there in March. Very interesting place
Starting December 23rd, those:
Half of my discworld novels were in german half in english, now I fixed that.
I've read all of those except Good Omens. It's a shame he died.
I am a novice when it comes to Roman history--so this is an excellent resource for me.....
The Xothic Legend Cycle
The Complete Mythos Fiction of Lin Carter
From Chaosium Inc.
Easily some of the coolest covers I've ever seen!
Good Omens is a great book, very enjoyable
Where's the other half of the set?
just started on an older cyberpunk--i seem to have missed in the 80's
At the moment "the road to seeing" by Dan Winters
Recently i have read "50 Portraits" by Gregory Heisler "Q+A" by Zack Arias and "Sketching Light" by Joe Mcnally
Photographers should recognise these names and books, i thoroughly reccomend all three
After we mentioned them in another thread, I'm re-reading all the Discworld novels. Just finishing Small Gods.
I just started An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield. Hadfield is a really impressive person, to say the least, but so far, the book is not that great. I guess he does have some great stories to tell, and some really useful advise to give, but he sure uses a lot of words to do so.
The novels of James Wesley Rawles.
Patriots, and Survivors are recommended. But you MUST read them in reverse order. (Survivors first, and THEN Patriots.) Avoid his 3rd novel, Founders, completely. 4th novel, Expatriates, currently reading; highly recommended. Will let you guys know what I think of his 5th novel, Liberators, later.
Direct Descent by Frank Herbert
The Fall by John Lescroart
I'm also reading Wild by Cheryl Strayed.