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I tried searching but thing came up.
I recently read American Hardcore.


It was a pretty good read considering I enjoy reading about that sort of stuff.

Christian Hosoi just had a book published, as soon as I get my hands on some extra cash I will buy it.


What are you reading now?
What have you read?
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Currently reading Inferno about ww2, and A Storm of Swords.
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The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
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I also read The Road a few months ago
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Last book i read was
 
Outliers: The Story of Success. By Malcolm Gladwell
 
Very good book imo. In a nutshell it points out the outlying factors that helped someone gain great success. A lot of people like to believe that those that are super successful are extremely brilliant and gifted, when in reality they are just regular people.
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Just read Touching the Void. I recommend it for anyone into Mountain climbing, or outdoors in general.
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I'm reading Hemingway right now - I'm sort of working my way through classic American writers.  I really love Kerouac, liked H.S.Thompson and Steinbeck, totally did not get Burroughs.  I don't think I'm smart enough to understand his stuff.
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  Quote getkong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/12/2012 at 11:45am
Originally posted by chillwill

Last book i read was
 
Outliers: The Story of Success. By Malcolm Gladwell
 
Very good book imo. In a nutshell it points out the outlying factors that helped someone gain great success. A lot of people like to believe that those that are super successful are extremely brilliant and gifted, when in reality they are just regular people.

Outliers is great, but I still liked The Tipping Point the most.  
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  Quote chillwill Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/12/2012 at 12:00pm
Originally posted by getkong

Originally posted by chillwill

Last book i read was
 
Outliers: The Story of Success. By Malcolm Gladwell
 
Very good book imo. In a nutshell it points out the outlying factors that helped someone gain great success. A lot of people like to believe that those that are super successful are extremely brilliant and gifted, when in reality they are just regular people.

Outliers is great, but I still liked The Tipping Point the most.  
 
Ah, I had intended on getting that book to read. I forgot all about it. Thanks for reminding me.Thumbs Up
 
I want to get back into reading books again. Its one of the few ways to exercise your brain. I think all this internet and TV is turning my mind to mush!LOL
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Last book I read was "Nemesis" by Jo Nesbo.  An absolutely terrible crime novel.  It's put me off fiction for awhile.
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I'm reading the Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins :D
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Just finished "The Brothers Karamazov." Started Crime and Punishment. Good stuff.
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  Quote getkong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/12/2012 at 1:31pm
If anyone liked Ender's Game (and honestly, every single person here should like it), I'd recommend Psion Beta (and its sequel, Psion Gamma). 
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l'm reading the outlier, pretty interesting read
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  Quote JoeRocket1212 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/12/2012 at 3:23pm
game of thrones...

pretty good.  i liked the tv show and decided to read the book.  gives more insight on how each character feels and thinks in each situation.
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I am reading Game of Thrones. Almost done. Can't wait to get started with Clash of the Kings.
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  Quote ianbejamin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/12/2012 at 6:18pm
Ive been meaning to do it forever but i've never had the time, until now! I've just started reading these little ol' books called the lord of the rings. maybe you've heard of them? theyre effin awesome. i wish i had read the books before seeing the movies
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lord of the rings never gets old, read em all 3 times and still love it.
currently reading "The Blade Itself" by Joe Abercrombie... amazing
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Just finished reading "Weird California" by a compile of authors:
Greg Bishop,Joe Oesterle,Mike Marinacci
now I'm a 2 weeks into the book "The Amateur" by Edward Klein
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  Quote timpiper Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/12/2012 at 9:14pm
Re-reading isaac asimov's caves of steel-part one if his legendary robot series-so ahead of its time and incredibly engaging at the same time
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i freaking LOVED great gatsby by fitzgerald

and the movie seems pretty good too...
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  Quote woodhomie1996 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/13/2012 at 3:45am
Originally posted by bootleg

Just finished reading "Weird California" by a compile of authors:

I have read that one, "Weird New Jersey" and "Weird America" all fun reads

My wife and a whole bunch of her friends are reading 50 Shades of Grey, I don't think I will but a few of my friends have picked it up too.
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  Quote Shaz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/13/2012 at 4:31am
I'm reading 50 shades of Grey which is one of the current best sellers in Aus. I'm getting pretty bored with it not sure why people think its great.
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  Quote getkong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/13/2012 at 8:09am
Originally posted by Shaz

I'm reading 50 shades of Grey which is one of the current best sellers in Aus. I'm getting pretty bored with it not sure why people think its great.

it's basically smut for middle aged women, isn't it?
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yea, i heard 50 shades of grey is basically porn for women...  talks about rich men hitting on innocent ladies...   stuff like that...  and i guess it gets very detailed about how he does things to her...

my fav book so far, ENDER'S GAME!  best book ever...  it's a series, and i actually like a few of the later ones more than the first one.  but that's up for debate.  i highly recommend ender's game.  it's a quick read, and will give you an idea of the theme.  it is a sci fi book.  just a warning if you hate that stuff...
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2.  What To Expect: The First Year
3.  The King's Cross by Timothy Keller
4.  The Holy Bible
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  Quote julius77 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/13/2012 at 11:05am
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yea, i heard 50 shades of grey is basically porn for women...  talks about rich men hitting on innocent ladies...   stuff like that...  and i guess it gets very detailed about how he does things to her...

my fav book so far, ENDER'S GAME!  best book ever...  it's a series, and i actually like a few of the later ones more than the first one.  but that's up for debate.  i highly recommend ender's game.  it's a quick read, and will give you an idea of the theme.  it is a sci fi book.  just a warning if you hate that stuff...
I am currently reading Ender's Game (again). It's been a few years, and I just bought Ender in Exile, the direct sequel to the book. I takes place before Speaker for the Dead, but I wanted to re-read Ender's game before Exile. Also, if you like Ender's game, check out Ender's shadow. It's a parallel book from Bean's perspective. Also a great read!
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Just finished reading the Millenium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo; The Girl who played with Fire; The Girl who kicked the Hornets Nest).

Before that, it was Dean Koontz's Frankenstein Novels (five books).
 
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some of the books I've read lately:

-Girl with the Dragon tattoo trilogy.  liked it very much
-reread The Hobbit, just as a refresher for the movie premier in December.  GREAT, fun, quick reading!
-all 5 Game of Thrones books.  books 4 and 5 are sht in my opinion, 1-3 are fantastic.  really hoping for good things from 6.  4&5 are just so terrible, especially 4.
-some of the American Vampire comics, pretty entertaining so far, i might keep going
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I always like visiting with the rescue dogs at the ski resorts and there's a great book about the training S&R dogs go thru that I read last year. "Scent of the Missing" by Susannah Charleson.
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Add me to the list of those that have recently finished the Stieg Larson Dragon Tattoo trilogy. Really good books with surprisingly intense themes.

Before that I also read the Hunger Games trilogy, good popcorn books that are really easy to read, but pretty entertaining.

Looking for new stuff to read at the moment.
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Just read City of Thieves by David Benioff and The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon. Both are very good reads.  Right now, I'm slowly making my way through the first Game of Thrones book and Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.  It'll prob take me all summer though, I've been chilling too much and improving my mind too little.
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Not "reading" material but an awesome book
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I'm reading Inheritance by Christopher Paolini :]
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yea, i heard 50 shades of grey is basically porn for women...  talks about rich men hitting on innocent ladies...   stuff like that...  and i guess it gets very detailed about how he does things to her...

my fav book so far, ENDER'S GAME!  best book ever...  it's a series, and i actually like a few of the later ones more than the first one.  but that's up for debate.  i highly recommend ender's game.  it's a quick read, and will give you an idea of the theme.  it is a sci fi book.  just a warning if you hate that stuff...
I am currently reading Ender's Game (again). It's been a few years, and I just bought Ender in Exile, the direct sequel to the book. I takes place before Speaker for the Dead, but I wanted to re-read Ender's game before Exile. Also, if you like Ender's game, check out Ender's shadow. It's a parallel book from Bean's perspective. Also a great read!

yea, i've read all of the ender's books...  there's more than just three...  i forget all the titles, but they are sitting on my bookshelf at home.  ender's game was a lot quicker read then the later books...

but i haven't touched the shadow saga yet.  ender's game is kinda of a quick read because it flows like a children's book.  super easy.  i hear the shadow saga is like that.  i might give it a try when i run outta new books to read...  (i don't see that happening)
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ender's shadow was the only one (i didn't even know it was a whole parallel series) i've read, and it was great.  
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Enders game the movie is coming out in 2013.
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2 books ive read recently are:

a clash of kings

the shining

they were both great. have just started a storm of swords now as well

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I just picked up the Walking Dead Omnibus Volumes 1 and 2 on Amazon but haven't cracked them open yet. :D

If anyone wants the .mobi files for 50 Shades, I've got all 3 books. And no...I haven't read it, lol.
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I've been wanting to finish Phil Jackson's book The Lost Season, so I can read Shaq's book.

I am not sure weather to start Game of Thrones on tv or on paper first.
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Enders game the movie is coming out in 2013.

I'm hopeful, but there are a lot of ways it can go wrong. 
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I am sure it won't be as good as the book.
However, hopefully it will be entertaining.
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I went to Barnes and Nobles on Saturday to pick up the Christian Hosoi book. Looked in biography, nothing so I looked it up on the kiosk and it sent me to the sports section which was the magazine section. Still nothing so I am ordering it on Amazon tomorrow.
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