What Are Your Reading

collin

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I know we talked about a nsb book club in the gutter but since that would be too involved, we'll do this instead.
Let us know what youre reading and how you like it.

Ill get us started, Just checked out The count of Monte Cristo from the library, ill letcha know what i think when i finish it.
 
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CjgNrd

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I can only understand coloring books
But they're pretty cool.
 
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brownbear22 writes:
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cm4521

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reading a book for fun for the first time in over a year. its called Insane City by Dave Barry. pretty funny so far
 

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collin writes:
Dope. The movie was great.
 

QKkicks

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I seriously thought those LSAT books were referring to the actual bible...what a tard I am

Want to get through these this summer:
>The Winter of our Discontent
>The Sound and the Fury
>Ulysses
>Slaughterhouse Five
 

collin

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Just finished the book. Awesome read, would definitely recommend it.

sidious:
Which version did you watch? Now that i finished the book ill have to check it out.
 

brownbear22

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Matt Kwasniak writes:
save yourself the trouble and pick up more vonnegut.. ulysses is the only other one on the list Id recommend
the first two weren't assigned at asu? steinbeck and faulkner = general ed reading
 

QKkicks

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^^^
The Sound and the Fury always seems to get brought up and I never have a clue what people are talking about, prob. should have read it by now, but I haven't for whatever reason...And Steinbeck was a 75 cent pickup at goodwill, so only the best there
 

collin

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Thinking point of impact by stephen hunter is gonna be my next read. Tryd a hunter book before but diddnt love it (or finish it for that matter, not that i hated it or anything). Hoping this one'll be better.
 

collin

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Never picked up point of impact. Currently reading the silmarilion. Its hard as fuck to read but pretty decent over all. This last chapter was literally the worst thing ive read in my entire life though. 7 agonizing pages of bullshit mumbo jumbo geography... Any way, 180 pages more (and then probably a rereading of the entire book) and ill be a middle earth expert.
 
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brownbear22

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the 2nd most important book you could ever hope to understand.
 

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Just finished The Crucible by Arthur Miller for school and it was a fantastic play I'm not going to lie. Would read it again.

Now I'm reading 1984 by George Orwell just for fun
 

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I'm actually going through and reading all the classics that i pretended to read in high school, man i missed out lol. Next on that list is Clockwork Orange, but i just started Enders Game for the 2nd time. Read that when i was a little younger and really liked it, totally forgot about it until that movie game out. Probably the most recently written book that i've really enjoyed.
 

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Dawsy

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mxlct writes:
Clockwork Orange is crazy and weird to read. It is a decent read though. I just finished The Hobbit finally. About to delve into Eric by Terry Pratchet.
 

collin

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just read my first book since the silmarilion (good book over all even if it was slow at times).
killed this one in like 4 days, good read. bachman is stephen kings pseudonym for those who dont know.
 

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Reading World War Z, love this book.