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A§H»rUnRiÕt
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Any readers in here? Good book/series I'm reading right now: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/soul-of ... 0812551495
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1984, again.. lol.
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@Asi I have yet to read 1984
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Mandalor I HIGHLY recommend 1984. Very good book, shows what control the ones in power can truly have.
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sadly i don't read much outside of my homework. my attention span is thin.
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5 years ago

Metro 2033 and all the books that came out.
Earnest Hemingway - For Whom the Bell Tolls
Sergei Lukyanenko - Spectrum
Joe Haldeman - The Forever War
Charles Bukowski - Post Office
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I like Neal Stephenson
This was my first fav. Science Fiction.
a great cyberpunk science fiction!

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5 years ago

I'm just finishing the Davince Code for the second time now. Pretty good book.

I'm more into cerebral literature. I loved the Ishmael series from Daniel Quinn (My Ishmael was the best). Like a good bit of Ayn Rand every once in a while. And who could forget Flowers for Algernon?
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The Twelve: Volume 2 of The Passage Trilogy
Basically it's about vampires but not Count Dracula type vampires :) The first book was good, so I'm reading the second one now.
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RunRiot looking to start another famous thread for spam in our forums :P
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And who I am

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