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The Wolf's Hour - Robert McCammon.
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Flags Of Our Fathers - James Bradley.
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The Zombie Survival Guide : Complete Protection From The Living Dead
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World War Z : An Oral History of The Zombie War

both are by Max Brooks, they're freaking awesome =]
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Talon of the Silver Hawk
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The Life O f William Wallace
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JayB18 wrote:

Flags Of Our Fathers - James Bradley.

I was about to pick that up, but I bought 11 Days in December instead.

Anyway, latest book I've read is The Stranger by Albert Camus.
Posted 2/15/07
Hm, right now I'm reading Fool's Errand by Robin Hobb, kick ass book!
Oh, and -still- finishing up with Kafka's 'Die Verwandlung' ^.^
Posted 2/15/07
I love Robin Hobb's books, shes awesome. Some of my favorite books are the Farseer Trilogy. Right now im reading the soldier son trilogy, also by Robin Hobb. and i just finished reading Geisha of Gion, which is an auto biography of the person that Memoirs of a Geisha was based on.
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journey to hell (inside the worlds most violent prison system)
amazing book im about half way through
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ClassicalTwist wrote:


JayB18 wrote:

Flags Of Our Fathers - James Bradley.

I was about to pick that up, but I bought 11 Days in December instead.

Anyway, latest book I've read is The Stranger by Albert Camus.


You should pick it up eventually. It was a great book in my opinion.
Posted 2/15/07

Trivium wrote:

I love Robin Hobb's books, shes awesome. Some of my favorite books are the Farseer Trilogy. Right now im reading the soldier son trilogy, also by Robin Hobb. and i just finished reading Geisha of Gion, which is an auto biography of the person that Memoirs of a Geisha was based on.


Oh I loved the Farseer Trilogy! You should try The Liveship Traders Trilogy too sometime if you haven't already read them ^.^
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Putin's Russia - Anna Politkovskaya
A very biased, but interesting book, it's worse than my russian freinds let on.
Posted 2/15/07

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Trivium wrote:

I love Robin Hobb's books, shes awesome. Some of my favorite books are the Farseer Trilogy. Right now im reading the soldier son trilogy, also by Robin Hobb. and i just finished reading Geisha of Gion, which is an auto biography of the person that Memoirs of a Geisha was based on.


Oh I loved the Farseer Trilogy! You should try The Liveship Traders Trilogy too sometime if you haven't already read them ^.^


Yeah, read those too. Loved em too I love reading those kinds of books in the summer when i can just sit outside and enjoy the sun. Though reading just about anything is enjoyable. I remember spending a lot of time last summer researching the Chinese cultural revolution at the park hehe (this was for a school project)

Can anyone recommend a good historical fiction book? Read Kate Mosse's 'The labyrinth' recently and i really like the genre.
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Godfather...books much better than the film which was also very good
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does this include books for school, b/c i had to read Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys for Caribbean Lit. (it's the story about Bertha, the madwoman in Jane Eyre).. but for pleasure reading, I read Zorro, by Isabel Allende.
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