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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Froley, Jun 18, 2011.
"Fight Club" - Chuck Palahnuik
"American Psycho" - Bret Easton Ellis
(on my new kindle!)
Alas Babylon, read it every summer.
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.
Reading this now! Very good so far.
Sent from my iPad
I like your thinking, I'm reading the same but in the other order
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.
"Those Guys Have All The Fun" about ESPN.
I am currently reading the George Bush autobiography "Decision Points"and plan on reading "On Killing" next
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
Right now I'm reading Dune. Next I'm reading Diaspora by Greg Egan.
Deep Survival.............great read, very interesting.
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
Race To Dakar by Charley Boorman
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.
currently re-reading "All Tomorrow's parties" by William Gibson
Reading "The Sign of Attila" by Guido Cervo (for the second time).
Finished Mark L. van Name's "Children no more" today.
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.
"Tactical Pistol Marksmanship" by Gabe Suarez, "Buried Prey by John Sandford", and the X-men trade paperback "Gifted". I keep trading them out.
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.)