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What are you reading Chapter 4

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by slobake, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. slobake

    slobake resident ... something Supporting Member

  2. Right now:

    To Life! by Harold Kushner. (Part of my conversion class)

    American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot by Craig Ferguson.

    Interesting Times by Terry Pratchett. (part of the Discworld series)
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  3. Khronic

    Khronic Richard J. Naimish Banned

    Oct 24, 2006
    Grand Junction, CO.
    Steppenwolf : Herman Hesse
    and Plutarch's Lives volume I
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  4. The Masters of Rome series by Colleen McCullough...(The First Man in Rome, The Grass Crown etc)

  5. Read Almost anything by Pratchett...especially his earlier Discworld novels

    also, if you like that, you should try some Tom Sharpe...start with his South African novels....RIOTOUS ASSEMBLY & INDECENT EXPOSURE

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    MAJOR METAL The Beagle Father Supporting Member

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  7. Gorn


    Dec 15, 2011
    Queens, NY
    It was so sad when he died. I'm gonna read this one again:
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  8. fhm555

    fhm555 So FOS my eyes are brown Supporting Member

    Feb 16, 2011
    I went to check on my order for Salvation on Sand Mountain and it's on backorder so I picked up Sycamore Row off the discount table at Books-O-Billion.

    Not a huge fan of Grisham but the price was right and I needed something to read so there it is.
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  9. fisticuffs

    fisticuffs Commercial User

    May 3, 2011
    Madison, WI
    The Road - Cormac McCarthy. Going to have to read some more of his work. Flying through this one. Very poetic.
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  10. BioDriver

    BioDriver A Cinderella story

    Aug 29, 2008
    Austin, TX
    My girlfriend, my brother, and my roommate's girlfriend are all dogging me for not having read any of the Harry Potter books so I may be strong-armed into reading that.

    Prior to that, next on my reading list is

  11. Gorn


    Dec 15, 2011
    Queens, NY
    They really are pretty good. If you're an avid reader, you'll get through the first 2 pretty quick, then you're gonna want to read the rest anyway.

    MAJOR METAL The Beagle Father Supporting Member

    I miss him very much. That is one of my favorite books, it helped break the chains for me.
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  13. Gorn


    Dec 15, 2011
    Queens, NY
    My new favorite mod. Hitch-22 was also excellent. It's too bad he never wrote fiction. I don't think he ever wanted to, but it would have been good.
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  14. ryco


    Apr 24, 2005
    Moby-Dick - Herman Melville

    Everything you've ever wanted to know about whales and whaling, also mankind and life and beyond
    At times almost Shakespearian, at other times dang near Biblical.
    Dark story - well worth the read, but very long!
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  15. Khronic

    Khronic Richard J. Naimish Banned

    Oct 24, 2006
    Grand Junction, CO.
    Highly recommended. :hyper:
  16. rulyongo


    May 5, 2011
    Carolina, PR
    Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
  17. GlennW


    Sep 6, 2006
    The last one was The Red House Mystery by A. A. Milne
  18. Ironbar

    Ironbar Banned SUSPENDED

    Aug 24, 2013
    Tigard, Oregon

    This is a really good non-fiction book, but DHF's book 'Paul Revere's Ride' was even better. It's an accurate historical account that reads like an action novel!
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  19. slobake

    slobake resident ... something Supporting Member

  20. Relic

    Relic Cow are you?

    Sep 12, 2006
    Robbinsville, NJ
    I was just going to post the same!
    I have that and a few others on the same topic. Try also "The Battles of Trenton and Princeton" by William Stryker. It's maybe not as accurate as Fischer's book, but it is neat in it's own way. Since it was written quite a while ago. It has more local legend and lore, neat stuff

    Perfect time of year for it given the timeline of the NY campaign.
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