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The Official what book have you read lately thread?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by PurpleStang, Sep 1, 2007.

  1. Justin251

    Justin251 hotpocketssssss

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    Yes. You gotta finish the story. :lol:
     
  2. AKward

    AKward dream bigger, darling

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    Just finished Shutter Island. the twist at the end surprised me. A good book over all, i think.
     
  3. PurpleStang

    PurpleStang DON'T PANIC

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    Yeah, I already gave my boyfriend the hint that he could get me The Ultimate Guide for Christmas. lol
     
  4. Guitarzan26

    Guitarzan26 I'm old

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    I read the books first and then listened to the audio books. You DEFINITELY need to check out this series on audio book too. Douglas Adams really adds to the hilarity with the audio. I highly recommend you check out the audio books too.
     
  5. JamesButabi

    JamesButabi no.......YES!!

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    rapscal.. freakonomics was lame. Sarah Palin is more rogue than that book.
     
  6. PurpleStang

    PurpleStang DON'T PANIC

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    I'll keep that in mind. Thanks. :thumbup:


    Since I love James Rollins so much and couldn't wait for his next adventure novel, I decided to give one of his fantasy series books a try. I'm being reminded of why I don't read fantasy. :uhh: :eek:
    This is seriously all sorts of weird.
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  7. Rapscallion

    Rapscallion Like I give a fuck

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    Oh word? Shiiit, guess I gotta hit me up some roguenomics den. . .
     
  8. JamesButabi

    JamesButabi no.......YES!!

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  9. Holly

    Holly it's all in your head

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    Give up on the previous book, it was way too boring and didn't have anything to do with the series at all.

    Now reading: The DaVinci Code - so far :thumbup:
     
  11. PurpleStang

    PurpleStang DON'T PANIC

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    Hey... look what I got for Christmas. :D We're starting gifts early since my boyfriend is missing yet another Christmas.

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  12. Justin251

    Justin251 hotpocketssssss

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    I have the paper back version. :)
     
  13. MichaelB21

    MichaelB21 Mr. Nice

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    Just started The Triumph of Evolution & The Failure of Creationism by Niles Eldredge. The Evolution of God by Robert Wright was superb I'd recommend it to anyone who cares more about facts on the ground than tradition.
     
  14. MichaelB21

    MichaelB21 Mr. Nice

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    Godless by Dan Barker. Thus far it is incredible and I can't believe I didn't read it sooner. For those of you that don't know Dan Barker was an evangelical hellfire-and-brimstone Protestant preacher for something like 19 years. The book recounts his religious exploits including a successful Christian music career to his de-conversion to atheism. As true an account of the human condition and our delusions as any. I'd highly recommend it to any fellow atheist but more so to people that are believers especially those with the seeds of doubt.
     
  15. Justin251

    Justin251 hotpocketssssss

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    Awesome Micheal. I'll pick it up. I've been getting a lot of reading done with my new Sony Reader. I have everything Carl Sagan has wrote. I've also got a good bit of Einstein and Dawkins.

    To me much easier to read on it than a book to me.
     
  16. BigEZ

    BigEZ Between two ferns

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    chaoticdismay the rippin and the tearin

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    Same :D
     
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    Reading the The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
     
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    Kurisu Resident Fun Size

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    So far, it's pretty awesome. :thumbup:
     
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    Fordmustanglove D.E.P

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    Just bought this off amazon
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