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^ Well, the 2nd 1/2 of the book wasn't as good as the first half.  it kind of ran out of steam.  Two other complaints: 1. he is constantly berating people trying to "talk gear" and give him tips and advise... yet he proves how unprepared he actually is out there.  Total hypocrisy.  2. I suddenly realized how much littering these guys do.  Cig butts, trash, and even gear is "thrown off a cliff."  it was funny at the time, then I realized they are just f'n littering.   
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My mom hooked me up with a book called "A Walk in the Woods" by Bill Bryson.  It's his account of hiking the AT back in the mid-90s. 

It's really really good so far (i'm about 1/2 way in).  His writing is funny, clever, well thought out, and informative too.  It has a nice flow in it.  It's easy to forget it's non-fiction, because you really get wrapped up in the story of him, his buddy, and their adventure.

As someone who has just gotten into backpacking the last few years... I'm really enjoying it!
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Divergent is mesmerizing

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  Quote nuca Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/15/2014 at 5:34pm
for now i'm reading "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" and when i get tired reread for millionth time The Lord Of The Rings
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I just finished the Shift series by Hugh Howey.  It's a prequil to the Silo series tha rave about so much. 
 
It was pretty good, but not perfect like the above mentioned.  I'd say 4 of 5 stars, mainly because a charachter kind of went rogue at the end.. but it was definitely gripping in most places.
 
Now, on to Dust, the final book in the series. Kind of bummed that this won't go on forever to tell you the truth.
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Nice. It looks like a good read. I'll definitely check it out.

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Any recommendation for good sci fi books?
I can't say enough good things about the Wool Omnibus (Silo Series books 1-5) by Hugh Howey (Spelling??)
 
You can get them through the Kindle store or on Amazon, but it's online only still i believe.
 
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Any recommendation for good sci fi books?
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After taking a few months off, i'm back on the Autopia Chronicles.  Hit and miss... i think all the stories are goin to merge eventually and be good, but for now just tedious.
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"Marking the author’s triumphant return to the setting of his celebrated Emperor series, The Blood of Gods unfolds with unmatched power, electric with the high-adventure storytelling, captivating historical detail, and stirring battle scenes for which Conn Iggulden is renowned."

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Hey sideways, how'd you like Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot???

I just got Brothers: The Hidden History of the Kennedy Years and am starting it either tonight or tomorrow.
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Gotten into a bit of Harlan Coben lately, I'm sure I'm late to the game but he's a pretty decent author. Definitely liking the whole murder mystery type books..
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“This is the problem of all great revelations: their significance so often exceeds the frame of our comprehension. We understand only after, always after. Not simply when it is too late, but precisely because it is too late.”

R. Scott Bakker, The Darkness That Comes Before
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"A Thousand Splendid Suns" Khaled Hosseini, and Elmer Gantry, Sinclair Lewis. Recommend both, Splendid Suns is moving, if a bit manipulative, Elmer Gantry is entertaining and insightful.
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  Quote adeodadus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/05/2013 at 11:20am
Just started :

The Darkness That Comes Before (The Prince of Nothing #1)

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just started reading junkie.
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Californios by Jeff McElroy

A collection of short stories often with surfing as the primary backdrop although the collection is fiction.  

Highly recommend.
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I read To Kill A Mockingbird in high school but I don't remember a thing about it, literally
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'It's not rocket science' by Ben Miller. A Cambridge physics under-graduate dropout turned comedian explains interesting topics to do with science. From Super Massive Black holes, to the Large Hydron Collider and the evolution of early man. I thought it was a great read, and i'd definitely recommend it to anyone with an interest in physics.

Kind of ironic that I would want to go and read about science topics from a drop out...but yeah that sound interesting. It it primarily for entertaintment/humor or is he really trying to educate on the subjects?
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My Abandonment is my new one.  Based on a true story of a father/daughter living off the grid in Forest Park in Portland.  I watched this as a news story about a decade ago and found it fascinating and oddly not-creepy.  


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I hate reading but thinking about starting The Notebook
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A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. Brilliant and you learn a lot haha, his books are really great. Highly recommend.


One of the gnarliest, longest books I've read.  Definitely interesting and the first page will get you hooked.  Be prepared to have a dictionary.  Since I'm in school right now just roaming through textbooks, but once summer starts..

Technical Analysis for Dummies and various other stock education books.

I also need to finish up the Steve Jobs biography.


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The Urban Biking Handbook, pretty good cursory book on bikes and an overview on how to fix and tinker with them.
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The Dinner by Herman Koch is pretty messed up
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Right now, Reading The Forever War by Joe Haldeman. I was recommended to read it after talking to a friend about Enders Game; one of my favorite book series by the way.
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a stranger in a strange land. read this because people say that the book inspired many sci fi books after it.
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I'm currently reading "No Easy Day" which is the book about the killing of Osama Bin Laden.  After watching Zero Dark Thirty I wanted to read the book.  It's very interesting, the SEALS are bad asses.  
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I picked up Unbroken, the true story of an American Olympic runner that become a POW in Japan during WWII.  I'll probably read it next week when I travel to Walterboro, SC.
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Reading the Sir Frank Williams Book. Really interesting if you are into cars and F1.
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just started the life of pi
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About to get started with Enders Game.... I want to read the book before watching the movie when it comes out. 
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Currently hooking into Kitchen Confedential by Anthony Bourdain. It's a pretty good read even you're not a foodie.
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reading the infamous The Anarchist Cookbook by William Powell, a rare find if you have the original copy published in 1971.would recommend this book to anyone who is into tactical and survival scenarios which it has plenty of tutorials about making sorts of fireworks,etc.
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For all the Malazan book of the fallen & A song of Ice and Fire fans _

Check out Brandon Sanderson's _ Storm Light Archive : Way of the Kings  or  Mistborn series


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A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. Brilliant and you learn a lot haha, his books are really great. Highly recommend.
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So far in April, I've finished Hitler vs. Stalin by Mosier and it was a really interesting read that once again proves that history is written by the victors and often isn't nearly as historical as we would have liked.  

there was an op-ed piece in the NYT regarding Obama's late visits to Isreal and how the US didn't do much to beat the Germans in WWII as the Russians did.  Let's just say, that was a bit of a stretch and that without US mechanized units and British transport of those units, most of eastern Russia might be speaking German LOL

the eastern front was a very fascinating hodgepodge of what if and blind luck decisions with a dash of hell on Earth.  A "Walking Dead" series of sorts actually.    

Also finished the Game of Thrones book, which was 800 pages but a quick read, good book, enjoy the format from each characters perspective.

Just started The Second World War by Corrigan, my 3rd on the totality of WWII, and each has its own merits and drawbacks, but good to get a more complete view.  

Sitting at home is a history on the Middle East Wars since 2000, as well as A Clash of Kings (book 2 of Game of Thrones series) that I have to power through by the end of the month.  
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I'm going to dip myself into some old classic books like Alexander Dumas stuff after tax season ends.  I've always had a thing for oldies.  
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Finished American Sniper, was expecting it to be more detailed but overall it was a good read.

Starting Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot.  Should be interesting.
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'It's not rocket science' by Ben Miller. A Cambridge physics under-graduate dropout turned comedian explains interesting topics to do with science. From Super Massive Black holes, to the Large Hydron Collider and the evolution of early man. I thought it was a great read, and i'd definitely recommend it to anyone with an interest in physics.
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I'm reading a book about Functional Gait (the mechanics of how people walk). Ok, it's technically a textbook :-)
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I have read waayyyy too many books..
although it has kind of fazed since i came to uni and started spending more time on the internet
 
I read the lord of the rings when I was 11.. Still my favourite book and movie ever (I have been living in Middle earth for the last 10 years..)
Read numerous big name books like Homer's Odyssey and Lord of flies (which I hated, but had to read for school.. UGH!) English classes make you read the weirdest books eg lord of flies and catcher in the rye. catcher in the rye was interesting but definitely depressing.
Read pretty much every single one of Dan Brown books (theyre all amazing)
Bernard Werber's books are unbelievably amazing, especially Empire of the Ants. Seriously this book series is one single book that can teach you sooooo many interesting things you never knew about... I dont understand why the sequels to this book havent been translated, all the english readers are fully missing out!
Read the Hobbit a few years ago of course.. and life of pi (havent seen the movie yet though :/) and a whole load of other ones including most of jane eyre books etc
 
At the moment Im reading the game of thrones on my kindle, think the one im reading right now is the 4th book in the series. Crazy storylines, cant wait for the rest of the books to come out and the new episodes for the 3rd season Tongue
 
 
 
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I just started reading Confessions of an Economic Hitman...pretty spooky stuff about how our government gets other countries to do things we want them to do. Based on true life experience.
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ive finally finished the hunger games trilogy... late to the game but still there
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now i started the fate of the jedi series book one (outcast).
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Just started to read The Help, but not sure how far I will get since I hate reading :-(
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