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I'm reading the Bible at the moment. I've been reading it at work when things get slow. On the midnight shift it's pretty much all or nothing. On the long, boring nights, I find it's a good time to relearn a lot of what I've forgotten over the years.

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i'm reading penthouse...jk

actually i just finished reading a book by phillip k dick called ,and now wait for tomorrow, and now i'm reading choke by the guy who wrote fight club who's name eludes me at the moment

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Right now Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. just finished Mother God and Secrets and Mysteries of the world by Sylvia Brown.

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i'm reading penthouse...jk

actually i just finished reading a book by phillip k dick called ,and now wait for tomorrow, and now i'm reading choke by the guy who wrote fight club who's name eludes me at the moment

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Playboy has some good articles too :devil:

I am currently rereading Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

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Just finished reading:

Games People Play-Erik Berne M.D. ****

The Lucifer Principle-Howard Bloom. ****

Has anyone else read these two?

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Just finished reading wolves of the calla by stephen king.

Couldn't put it down and finished it in two days. Now I have to wait for the next one. :(

Great series.

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i'm reading penthouse...jk

actually i just finished reading a book by phillip k dick called ,and now wait for tomorrow, and now i'm reading choke by the guy who wrote fight club who's name eludes me at the moment

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Chuck Palahniuk. I recommend all his books except "Invisible Monsters" which was total crap.

I just finished "Ender's Game" by Orson Scott Card. It started a bit slow but got a lot better and liked the twist at the end. I'm not usually into sci-fi but I'll probably read the other books in the series. After I get through the 50 books strewn randomly around my bedroom. So for my next book I'm going to read "The Flanders Panel" by Perez-Reverte.

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Currently reading 'Nixon' by Richard M. Nixon. Getting ready to reread the last Harry Potter in anticipation of the next one. The family gathers together every night and I read one chapter aloud, so we got just enough time 'til the next one gets here.

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Just finished Revenge of the Sith last Friday and now reading The DaVinci Code although I haven't read too much yet.

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Chuck Palahniuk. I recommend all his books except "Invisible Monsters" which was total crap.

Invisible Monsters is my favorite!

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Really??? Didn't you think it was obvious that Brandy was the narrator's brother? I literally saw it 100 pages away. I didn't get the motivation for anything the narrator did. I also thought that telling the story out of chronological order was to divert us from noticing there was no plot--just anti-consumerism one-liners. To each his own I suppose.

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Chuck Palahniuk. I recommend all his books except "Invisible Monsters" which was total crap.

Invisible Monsters is my favorite!

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Really??? Didn't you think it was obvious that Brandy was the narrator's brother? I literally saw it 100 pages away. I didn't get the motivation for anything the narrator did. I also thought that telling the story out of chronological order was to divert us from noticing there was no plot--just anti-consumerism one-liners. To each his own I suppose.

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Yeah but I didn't get that Shannon(the narrator) shot herself. Her motivation and his/hers was to rebel as completely as possible. That was what I liked about it.

"Birds ate my face."

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Right now I am reading Schindlers List by Thomas Keneally and Betweem a Rock and A Hard Place by Aron Ralston.

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I am currently reading The Beasts of Gor by John Norman.

I am into the Gothic Monsters (Dracula and Werewolves) and

I was told there was a creature in this book that would put a were

wolf to shame. So far the book is very good. It takes place on

a planet that share's Earths orbit but is exactly at the opposite end

of Earth's orbit. Hence Counter Earth.

Be well!!

Craig

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