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What are You Reading?

Major Liability

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Read the excellent short story I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream not too long ago. AM and SHODAN would get along famously.

Just getting started on The Journey to the West. Got through one of the volumes about a decade ago, but I've forgotten everything about it except that it was very entertaining.

Also plan on picking up The Invincible since I'm too easily distracted to read one book at a time.
 

CandleJack

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Dark Tower IV: The Wizard and Glass

By Stephen King. Good story, though Steve fudded up in book 2/3 on a fight scene.
 

I. Kant

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Neil Gaiman's Stardust. Loved the movie, the book is amusing too.
 

Nestor Makhno

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The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch.

Another Philip K Dick one... this one is, to my mind, the most disturbing of all his books. It's like getting trapped in a nightmare and, every time you 'wake' finding out it is just another layer of nightmare.
 

RedGuardist

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His biography of Stalin was quite impressive, especially for me, a public-schooled American who definitely was taught "history" from the winner's perspective. It was also quite detailed. Very, very interesting stuff.
Young Stalin and Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar are very good works indeed. This Monsters was more on the light side, allthough the subject is very sinister.

How are you liking Storm of Steel? I wrote a pretty extensive paper on it last year, I really enjoyed it. J
 

DraKon2k

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Nov 22, 2005
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Just finished reading Revolutionary Road. Damn that book was disturbing, especcially towards the end. Definitely going to watch the movie in the next days.

*edit* Somehow it disturbed me so much that I actually feel kinda depressed right now :S
 
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SiC-Disaster

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Currently reading 'Education of a wandering man' by Louis L'amour.
Before that i finished 'Into Thin Air' by Jon Krakauer, about his Mount Everest expedition.
After 'Education..' i'm gonna read 'Walden: Or life in the woods' by Thoreau. And i also still have another Jack London story lying around here somewhere.
 

LemoN

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Just finished reading "Armee im Schatten" (1922).

It's written by a veteran of the Austrian army in WW1, telling about his experiences in Galicia, the Carpathians, the Isonzo front and his participation in the "Carinthian defense".
 
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