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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Froley, Jun 18, 2011.
Just finished...the follow up to Blindsight...
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Raymond Chandler---excellent--great choice!!
Just received a new cyberpunk novel---
Just started „Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service”
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Today until the Daytona 500 I'll be reading the January issue of Petersons Hunting magazine
Pls share your views st some point?
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I just completed this today...I liked it although I am a big cyberpunk fan...set in LA in the future..private eye hunting a serial killer....
overall an enjoyable easy read....four stars i guess....reserving five stars for William Gibson and Neil Stephenson you know?
starting this--I am ordained in the Church of the Dude---so------
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Just finished Tolkien's Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary (together with Sellic Spell) which was a fascinating insight into Tolkien's inspiration and thought processes, though to some degree, after reading it, one can't help but view (to a degree) The Lord of the Rings as a Beowulf-inspired fan fiction.
Now reading Korean Furniture: Elegance and Tradition --- in the hope it will inspire my doing some woodworking.
Still reading The Horus Heresy series; currently on 'Mechanicum' (book 9 i think).
I will be moving on to some bloodthirsty British fantasy after this - Red Sister by Mark Lawrence. I've really enjoyed all his other novels
Red Sister is a great read, I'm part of the way through it at the moment...
The Horus Heresy books can be a little hard going at times. I prefer the 40k ones.
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Fermat's Enigma: The Epic Quest to Solve the World's Greatest Mathematical Problem
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I read two books at a time so if one gets old I switch over to the other and come back.
Currently: "Lights Out" by Ted Koppel and the other is "Super Intelligence" by Nick Bostrom.
Funny I do the same....especially if I like a book but it bogs down--I switch to the backup...
I usually have multiple books/magazines in progress. They're 'stationed' at strategic seating locations around the house, PLUS one in my daily bag and at least one magazine in the car for when I stop for a bite or a cup... Been doing this for eons. Somehow keep it all straight!
Moshe ben David