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Poll Has anyone here read a book recently?

twas

Avatar: 40896 2011-11-01 00:47:59 -0400
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[Forumwarz One Act -
Players
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Level 35 Troll

Wher Have My Poor Imaginary Wife and Child Gone

Books?

I am somewhat currently reading:

Frank Herbert – God Emperor of Dune

Aldous Huxley – Brave New World

Agatha Christie – Murder on the Orient Express

Lionel Shriver – We Need to Talk About Kevin

Antonio Lobo Antunes – Knowledge of Hell

J.G. Ballard – Crash

twas edited this message on 05/23/2008 11:40PM

Irascible

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[My Balls]

Level 15 Troll

The Duke of Fail

Little Brother, or The Road

The former is a techno-geek book about the DHS (department of homeland security) taking over after a terrorist attack and flipping a ****. I highly recommend it.

The latter is a post-apocalyptic book about a father and sons struggle to survive, entailing a tragic and beautiful story that only a father could truly appreciate. Also highly recommended.

TeeKayEff

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[Team Shortbus]

Level 34 Troll

“Problem Child IV”

Irascible Posted:

or

Or?

Food of the Gods.

nanafabulous personjesus

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[Team Shortbus]

Level 9 Emo Kid

“Scene Kid”

Fahrenheit 451.

Yeah, I just won the thread.

BLACKPECKER

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Level 10 Troll

Serial Lincoln-Rapist

Atlas Shrugged – after I read the last page I curb stomped a box of kittens.

Bill_Murray_-
Fan_7383

Avatar: 7241 2011-07-31 00:42:33 -0400
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[i have a thirteen inch male reproductive organ click for proof]

Level 35 Camwhore

Oh whoops, I dropped my monster condom that I use for my magnum dong

I’m working on The Audacity of Hope. I checked it out months ago, but haven’t gotten a chance to read it until my spring semester ended.

MONGOLoidWAR-
RIOR

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[SRSLY]

Level 10 Emo Kid

“Gloomy Gus”

Reaper Man by Terry Pratchett. Highly recommended.

Anything by Pratchett is highly recommended.

Tervez

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[The Flamers of Loa-
thing
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Level 10 Emo Kid

“Gloomy Gus”

MONGOLoidWARRIOR Posted:

Reaper Man by Terry Pratchett. Highly recommended.

Anything by Pratchett is highly recommended.

Seconded.

At the moment I’m reading The Catcher In The Rye.

Tesfan

Avatar: 17396 2011-07-31 06:49:56 -0400
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[Team Shortbus]

Level 35 Troll

Sucks **** through a straw in the face of convention

If anyone’s into post-apocalyptic stuff, I would highly recommend I Am Legend, Children of the Dust, and World War Z. All of them are really well written.

I’m re-reading Moby male reproductive organ in anticipation of the new forum.

Fran

Avatar: 34789 2011-12-20 18:11:44 -0500
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[A Beautiful Place -
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Level 62 Camwhore

Manphin's Prehensile male reproductive organ Was Here.

I’m currently working on La Cité Antique for my law school.

nevkick

Avatar: 16052 Thu Dec 04 03:36:13 -0500 2008
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[Brainfreeze]

Level 35 Troll

Supports nuclear holocaust in the form of clan love.

Reading The Peoples’ Act of Love by James Meek. So far so good if you can keep the characters straight.

kittiejenn

Avatar: 18080 2011-11-01 00:29:42 -0400
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[Backdoor Amigos]

Level 35 Emo Kid

So damn naughty it wraps back around to nice.

Tervez Posted:

At the moment I’m reading The Catcher In The Rye.

I love that book. Don’t really understand why it’s a “clbumic”, but I enjoyed reading it.

Tesfan Posted:

If anyone’s into post-apocalyptic stuff, I would highly recommend I Am Legend, Children of the Dust, and World War Z. All of them are really well written.

I’m in another of my stages where every book I randomly pick up happens to be apocalyptic/post-apocalyptic. Right now I’m in the middle of Stephen King’s “Cell”, pretty good so far.

I LOVE books. Most of the stuff I’ve read in the last month or so is too embarbuming to post here, though.

Call Me Diego

Avatar: 41721 2010-01-14 23:10:10 -0500
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[Good Omens]

Level 69 Emo Kid

Boo!

Life of Pi by Yann Martel

Oh, and this version is illustrated.

kaffy_khomeni

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Level 15 Troll

“Pain in the ASCII”

I’m reading The Kings of Infinite Space by James Hynes, it’s very amusing, nothing too heavy

ShadyPixels

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[70 Character Story-
tellers
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Level 69 Emo Kid

“The Infinite Sadness”

I just read the Dungeon’s and Dragon’s Dungeon Master Guide… Or part of it…

Does that count?

scary-pancake

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[TrollaRollaz]

Level 8 Troll

“Jerk Chicken”

I used to read lots, but now what with growing up and etc, I have cut down.

I’m currently reading Dan Brown’s Deception Point. I have read all of his other books, even before the Da Vinci Code film came out.

I thought that Angels and Demons was a better book than The DVC, IMO.

StinkyChodeF-
ondlerNumber-
One

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Level 4 Troll

“Slightly Unpleasant Individual”

yeah i read the portable door by tom holt.

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iIRZ

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[Team Shortbus]

Level 7 Troll

iIRZ is a funny fine upstanding member of society, which is to say that he did WTC and your mom

A Scanner Darkly

phantom_glee

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[Brainfreeze]

Level 35 Camwhore

“Legs Wide Open”

life of pi is awesome, as well as pratchett…

currently not reading due to too many exams… just got the day watch on dvd and excited about watching it soon though. can’t wait for final watch to come out in english.

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