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    Hi Everyone,

    Since I can't seem to find a current thread, I hope it has just gone out of date and not a sign that nobody reads anymore.

    What are you currently reading, and please post a 'yay' or 'nay' feeling on it.

    Just read: World war Z - an oral history of the zombie war

    Verdict: Fantastic, loved it. A must read.



    Currently deciding on the following to start on next;
    - Odd Hours, Dean Koontz

    - Killzone Ascendancy, Sam Bradbury (Yes a bit of gamer lit)



    With a roll of the dice, it is Killzone time!

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    I usually read multiple books at a time. Here's my list:

    Good Book -- David Plotz
    Democracy in America -- Tocqueville
    The Phenomenology of Spirit -- Hegel
    Steven Petrow's complete gay & lesbian manners

    Hegel's a tough read, especially without benefit of a class. Otherwise, they all get a thumbs up.
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    The Game of Thrones series.

    Really good reads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stacy View Post
    The Game of Thrones series.

    Really good reads.
    Was that made into a series as well? hour length episodes? if so I think I saw some of them at my cousins place, seems interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisw87 View Post
    Was that made into a series as well? hour length episodes? if so I think I saw some of them at my cousins place, seems interesting.
    Yes. It was made into an HBO series. Season 2 should be coming in January I think. The show is well done, too.

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    A Renaissance Tapestry (a history of the Gonzaga family of Mantua)
    Volpone -- Ben Jonson
    Selected Prose of Lord Byron
    Voodoo Fire in Haiti (a 1930s travel book)

    Oh, and then there's the shitload of articles on furniture & the decorative arts sitting on the table by my bed that I'm trying to wade through.

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    The Hunger Games trilogy

    - it's boring me but i promised my cousin i'd read it. one day, i will get beyond book 1.


    Song of Ice and Fire
    series

    - it's boring me also. reminds me of the super detailed, long-winded stuff in the LOTR books. i think i'm going to quit and I'm only on book 2.

    I'm having a crappy book reading period, tbh. Need to find some more interesting things.

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    Stephen King- Mile 81 (short story)

    Tom Poretta- The Leftovers

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    Just finished book three of the Stieg Larsen Trilogy - 'The girl with the dragon tattoo'. What a roller coaster read. Great fun.

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    Kafka's The Trial

    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
    The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'


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    I'm reading the fantastic "Berlin Stories" by Christopher Isherwood which shows a fasinating look at pre Hitler Berlin. Also, one of the mini stories was the inspiration for the musical "Caberet".

    It's amazing. Sometimes I just close my eyes and hear the words over and over again in my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    The Hunger Games trilogy

    - it's boring me but i promised my cousin i'd read it. one day, i will get beyond book 1.


    Song of Ice and Fire
    series

    - it's boring me also. reminds me of the super detailed, long-winded stuff in the LOTR books. i think i'm going to quit and I'm only on book 2.

    I'm having a crappy book reading period, tbh. Need to find some more interesting things.
    If you are looking for some more fast paced reading, there is an Australian author Matthew Reilly that re-started my reading habit after many years of abstaining. To me he really writes his books for the male with an attention span of a goldfish, quite like a fast paced action movie.

    Since it looks like you tend to read some fantasy/sci-fi his book Contest would be a real winner,
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contest_(novel)

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    Three hundred Irish fanatics were furious that Ireland was united with Britain in 1801. So they gathered 300 pikes and few muskets and ran riot in the hills of Sydney demanding 'Liberty or Death!' Their ringleaders were given death.


    I'm girding my loins for this 1897 novel of mateship amongst the outback larrikin bullockies.

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    what i am reading now:
    cost accounting by kinney, prather-kinsey n raiborn sucks
    foundations of finance keown, martin n petty sucks less
    essentials for statistics and economics sucks more than cost but not as bad as finance
    marketing by harrell sucks but not as bad as cost, finance n stats.
    i luv college.

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    The Wars of the Roses, by Desmond Seward. A history - engrossingly told - of the rivalry between the Houses of York and Lancaster, culminating in the rise of Henry Tudor. (His mother, Margaret Beaufort, is in all ways intriguing.)

    At lighter times, anything by Ann Rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisw87 View Post
    If you are looking for some more fast paced reading, there is an Australian author Matthew Reilly that re-started my reading habit after many years of abstaining. To me he really writes his books for the male with an attention span of a goldfish, quite like a fast paced action movie.

    Since it looks like you tend to read some fantasy/sci-fi his book Contest would be a real winner,
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contest_(novel)
    lol, Well hopefully it'll work for females with the attention span of goldfish as well.

    I read the synopsis, it sounds kind of badass. I'll def consider reading it. But I think I'm going to check out World War Z asap. I'm always hearing good things about it and you've mentioned how great it is yourself. So yeah. Thanks for the suggestions.

    I will also be checking out GoodReads.com for some more. I need to get excited about reading again.

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    I just started with Rona Jaffe's "The Fame Game".

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    This is my third time reading it. This should be mandatory reading for everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygaybuffet View Post
    … third time…
    ^
    but didn't it tell you all you needed to know on the first reading?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    ^
    but didn't it tell you all you needed to know on the first reading?
    You've never read a book or seen a movie twice?

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    ^
    yes, if they contain enriching pleasures to be experienced over and over.

    I have seen some Dawkins on TV, and I have assumed that the book is a simple argument against worshipping gods.

    I was raised as agnostic so I'm assuming that his arguments are essentially negative. I assume he says positive things about science.

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    I'm reading The Hunger Games right now, and so far so good. It's not nearly as captivating as the Song of Ice and Fire series, but it'll do. To be honest, I'm just biding time until the final installment of the Wheel of Time series comes out. I've put nearly ten years into that saga, and I'm ready to bring it to a close.

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    These are my recent ones - love them all!






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    THE NIGHT CIRCUS by: Erin Morgenstern

    To me, a variation of SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES by: Ray Bradbury.

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    Loved Zombie Survival Guide! I also read The Walking Dead religiously lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    ^
    yes, if they contain enriching pleasures to be experienced over and over.

    I have seen some Dawkins on TV, and I have assumed that the book is a simple argument against worshipping gods.

    I was raised as agnostic so I'm assuming that his arguments are essentially negative. I assume he says positive things about science.
    The book is an all out attack on the very premise that believing in a god regardless of what religion or creed that said god comes from.

    His arguments are not negative. Rather he uses logic and reasoning to prove his points. He doesn't condescend or resort to name calling. The book is written like you're having a conversation with him. I absolutely love the book!

    Now if you want to read a book that annihilates religion itself, read

    You will never look at religion ever the same way. That much I can promise you.

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    "Wide Sargasso Sea" by Jean Rhys

    It was one of the assigned books for one of my courses before I dropped out of college. In an effort to prove to myself that it was circumstances and not stupidity that caused me to leave, I'm making my way through all of the course material.

    So far, I'm enjoying it, but it's probably not something I would have thought to read if I had just heard about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puckzilla View Post
    "Wide Sargasso Sea" by Jean Rhys

    It was one of the assigned books for one of my courses before I dropped out of college. In an effort to prove to myself that it was circumstances and not stupidity that caused me to leave, I'm making my way through all of the course material.

    So far, I'm enjoying it, but it's probably not something I would have thought to read if I had just heard about it.
    Holy shit, me too! Also University assigned so I guess it must currently be a standard University English Literature text.

    I'm enjoying it so far, though perhaps "enjoying" is not the right word... it's not exactly a fun read.

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    anything on current affairs politics? not mainstream but real truth social science? please i like a read n that area

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    I'm in-between three books now (not counting books for uni though):



    Yes, I know they're complete opposites. You gotta view both sides!

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    It's hard to read fiction.
    I like to skim and just don't have the time to get into authors' heads

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashonfire View Post
    Holy shit, me too! Also University assigned so I guess it must currently be a standard University English Literature text.

    I'm enjoying it so far, though perhaps "enjoying" is not the right word... it's not exactly a fun read.
    Good luck writing an essay on it :P
    Are you doing Jane Eyre as well? It totally confuses me how they go together lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quasar View Post
    These are my recent ones - love them all!





    Apart from The Snow Garden i've read all the rest in the last few weeks along with about 10 other one's all in the same vain, great light reading stuff.

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    Just finished Feast for Crows in the Song of Fire and Ice/Game of Thrones series by Martin

    a great plotter, lost of twists

    I think someone in another thread made an apt point:

    "the war of the roses with Magic"

    but unlike LOTR. bloody and certainly not shy about sex

    and I very much doubt any happy endings

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbuddy View Post
    J…unlike LOTR. bloody and certainly not shy about sex …
    I don't have the time for LOTR; but is true there's only one female and that it's utterly sexless?

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    I've only been reading thesis-related material and pieces of manuscripts at my internship.

    I probably won't have time to read for pleasure until next summer. However, I may have to cheat and read Jeffrey Eugenides' newest novel over the winter break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbuddy View Post

    but unlike LOTR. bloody and certainly not shy about sex
    I don't know why that book gets so much praise. It's boring and too detailed for my tastes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puckzilla View Post
    Good luck writing an essay on it :P
    Are you doing Jane Eyre as well? It totally confuses me how they go together lol.
    Yep, read Jane Eyre on my holidays. I laughed, I cried, I was incredulous!

    What's confusing you about Wide Sargasso Sea. It's a "prequel" to Jane Eyre and the main character from WSS is Bertha from JE but Rhys changed the name.

    There's an essay question about how the two texts enrich each other but I'm doing mine on Hamlet as I'm not very good at "compare and contrast" style essays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashonfire View Post
    Yep, read Jane Eyre on my holidays. I laughed, I cried, I was incredulous!

    What's confusing you about Wide Sargasso Sea. It's a "prequel" to Jane Eyre and the main character from WSS is Bertha from JE but Rhys changed the name.
    I'm emotionally confused by it, I can't decide to to like, hate and feel sorry for :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puckzilla View Post
    I'm emotionally confused by it, I can't decide to to like, hate and feel sorry for :P
    Aha. I can't help you there- I feel similarly. Some say that the presence of characters who are capable of eliciting such responses is a sign of a good book.

    That last sentence souns weird to me but I don't have the brain-skillz to re-write it as I just spent fours drinking beer with lesbians and I'm exhausted- don't hold it against me. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygaybuffet View Post
    I don't know why that book gets so much praise. It's boring and too detailed for my tastes.
    well, it's not Dune or The Fountainhead so I won't be picking them off the shelf a few years down the line,


    but its a good yarn

    anyway, just swung back to non-fic Alexander Hamilton by Chernow

    read McCollouch's John Adams last summer and I'm looking for another perspective

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    I'm surprised so many people are reading The God Delusion. It kinda makes sense, atheism seems really trendy lately. Gotta have something to talk about over fat free soy lattes, right?

    I just finished The Fabric of the Cosmos, by Brian Greene. Solid book imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    Song of Ice and Fire series

    - it's boring me also. reminds me of the super detailed, long-winded stuff in the LOTR books. i think i'm going to quit and I'm only on book 2.

    I'm having a crappy book reading period, tbh. Need to find some more interesting things.
    Yeah I'm struggling through Clash of Kings also. The first one was quite good but the second one just drones on FOREVER. I read it in spurts when I have the downtime to actually sit and read. I can follow the 5 simultaneous plots going on at once but it doesn't make it any better. Friends who have read the series said to me that the second one is the "worst" [meaning least amount of action] of the series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canesnbeach View Post
    I'm surprised so many people are reading The God Delusion. It kinda makes sense, atheism seems really trendy lately. Gotta have something to talk about over fat free soy lattes, right?

    I just finished The Fabric of the Cosmos, by Brian Greene. Solid book imo.
    Don't be surprised! Revel in its glorious factual revelations!!

    I wouldn't call atheism a trend, but the fact that more people are catching onto it is promising. Richard Dawkins breaks down the points informatively yet with class. If logic and rationale are your friends, then of course this book will make sense!

    "A world without God is a utopia of peace and humanity."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygaybuffet View Post
    Don't be surprised! Revel in its glorious factual revelations!!

    I wouldn't call atheism a trend, but the fact that more people are catching onto it is promising. Richard Dawkins breaks down the points informatively yet with class. If logic and rationale are your friends, then of course this book will make sense!

    "A world without God is a utopia of peace and humanity."
    So to paraphrase, all logical people should find that Dawkins's book makes sense, and if it doesn't make sense, then you're not logical?

    By that same vein, I suppose Darwin, Lemaitre, Hubble, Einstein, Koch, Kuiper, Bohr, Maxwell, or even Galileo himself would not be considered logical, since they were all advocates of some form of theism.

    You can argue that these men only believed in God because it was socially convenient to do so (please don't, it's a cop out). Maybe it is the case that the dichotomy between science and religion is wholly artificial. When deployed properly, they answer different questions, and go about it in different ways.

    On a personal note, I've never understood the hysteria surrounding religion and science. A lot of people treat them as if they were mutually exclusive. The truth is that Dawkins cannot say God is an illusion any more than I can say He isn't.

    And in the spirit of including fortune-cookie quotes at the end of posts, here's one:

    'Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.' -Albert Einstein.

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    I'm currently reading The Naked God. It's part three of the epic sci-fi trilogy entitled The Nights Dawn by Peter F. Hamilton.

    Definitely 'yay'. This trilogy is the greatest piece of science fiction literature I've ever read. Even greater than my previous favourite, the Revelation Space series by Alastair Reynolds.

    The protagonist, Joshua, despite being promiscuous, arrogant and hedonistic, somehow manages to maintain his likability. Whereas the major antagonist, Quinn Dexter, is without a doubt the most vile, disgusting, evil character I've ever encountered in any novel, of any genre, ever. He also grows exponentially more evil, and more powerful as the series progresses.

    At times, due to the copiousness of the planets, habitats, races, societies, and cultures being introduced, it can be quite difficult to 'keep up', but most of the necessary information about each habitat / character is listed in the back of the book for reference.

    I couldn't recommend this series more to anyone who is looking for something interesting to read, even if you're not typically a fantasy / science fiction fan (and not just so that I have someone to talk to about how awesome it is ). That said, the series is incredibly deep and extensive, deciding to read them all is quite the commitment, but it is a commitment well worth making.

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    This guy churns them out but they're all damn fine reads.


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    Today is my lucky day!

    I was taking the rubbish down to the bins (I live in a small apartment complex) and there was a box just sitting next to the recycling.

    A box full of books! 19 novels to be exact, probably 10 good reads there, and 9 novels that would be a appropriate with some sort of Oprah seal of approval, shudder.

    I will still read them all, though if I am discovered dead in the bath after reading the 'lifestyle' themed novels that are in here, I don't want that publicized on my tombstone. Murdered by the grace girls, that would be sad.

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    Re: BOOKS: What are you reading?

    Books aren't very popular around here, eh?

    I'm currently reading Embassytown by China Mieville. Pretty awesome SF ideas of space travel and extraterrestrial languages but so far very little plot.
    That we are capable only of being what we are, remains our unforgivable sin.
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