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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Froley, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. jcc

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    "Fight Club" - Chuck Palahnuik

    and then...

    "American Psycho" - Bret Easton Ellis

    (on my new kindle!)
     
  2. Gilgamesh

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    Alas Babylon, read it every summer.
     
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    Just finished 'Seal Team Six, Memoirs Of An Elite Navy Seal Sniper', by Howard E Wasdin and Stephen Templin. It was very well written. I couldn't put it down.
     
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    Reading this now! Very good so far.


    Sent from my iPad
     
  5. soli

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    I like your thinking, I'm reading the same but in the other order :)
     
  6. jcc

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    Thanks! I like your style, too. ;)

    I love Fight Club, but Edward Norton was too good in the role and now I can't read the book without reading it in his voice. I don't enjoy it as much as I did when I first read the book.

    American Psycho is... an amazing book. I think a lot of people just get caught up with the gore, though, and fail to understand the meaning of the book.
     
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    "Those Guys Have All The Fun" about ESPN.
     
  8. cibolodave

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    I am currently reading the George Bush autobiography "Decision Points"and plan on reading "On Killing" next
     
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    It is a good book. I read it a few years back.

    I just finished Sylvia Browne's "Secrets and mysteries of the World."

    David Icke is a bit out there.

    For some interesting reading try "Behold a Pale Horse" by William Cooper
     
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    Right now I'm reading Dune. Next I'm reading Diaspora by Greg Egan.
     
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    Deep Survival.............great read, very interesting.
     
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    Blood River by Tim Butcher

    This crazy travel journo follows Henry M Stanley's overland route through the Congo.

    I'm pretty sure even the most survivaly of survivalists on here wouldn't last long alone in the eastern Congo
     
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    Race To Dakar by Charley Boorman
     
  14. ChrisJ

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    Just finished Cart Blanche, the new james Bond novel by Jeffrey Deaver, and I just started Buried Prey by John Sandford. Like an above poster though, everything else gets put down when the new Dresden novel by Jim Butcher arrives.
     
  15. Froley

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    currently re-reading "All Tomorrow's parties" by William Gibson
     
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    Reading "The Sign of Attila" by Guido Cervo (for the second time).
     
  17. Mr_Moe

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    Finished Mark L. van Name's "Children no more" today.
     
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    Mark Benecke - Murderous Methods

    Very interesting book by a leading forensics expert. Attended some of his talks - a very nice dude.

    @Mr_Moe: Yay, another German around here! I thought I'd be the only one.
     
  19. ChrisJ

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    "Tactical Pistol Marksmanship" by Gabe Suarez, "Buried Prey by John Sandford", and the X-men trade paperback "Gifted". I keep trading them out.
     
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    The Princess Bride by William Goldman. (I've seen the movie once, years ago. It's a good, fun movie, but the book is better, as usual.)
     
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