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What are you reading? / What did you read last?

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    Elder Puffer Fish Leader Max_Power's Avatar


     

    Re: What are you reading? / What did you read last?

    Just started reading the Dark Tower series by Stephen King. Tearing through the first book like crazy and I should be on to the second one by tuesday.
    That which is falling, should also be pushed

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    Evolving Lead Puffer Fish dahu's Avatar


     

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    Whhaaa?? blastbeatbill's Avatar


     

    Re: What are you reading? / What did you read last?

    Continuity and Discontinuity: Perspectives on the relationship between the Old and New Testaments. Essays written in honor of S. Lewis Johnson Jr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max_Power View Post
    Just started reading the Dark Tower series by Stephen King. Tearing through the first book like crazy and I should be on to the second one by tuesday.

    send me some smokes and I wont tell you how it ends in 7

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    Home Brewin' Herfer doomXsaloon's Avatar


     

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    Just finished The Cigar, by Barnaby Conrad. I read it over the course of two nights, out in the screen porch while smoking a 5 Vegas Maduro Gold (trying to...over-humidified from cigar.com!)
    But the book was a well-written, informative journey through the history of the cigar, includingb the role in art and Literature. I highly recommend it! B&N even has it on closeout for $1.99 hardcover!!

    BARNES & NOBLE | The Cigar: An Illustrated History of Fine Smoking by Barnaby Conrad | Hardcover
    "Any cigar smoker is a friend, because I know how he feels." --Alfred de Musset

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    Re: What are you reading? / What did you read last?

    Charles Maclean: Great Whiskies and Steve Luck: The Complete Guide to Cigars.
    It's been a while since I've read any fiction, the last one I think was Starmaker by Olaf Stapledon.

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes craig_o's Avatar


     

    Re: What are you reading? / What did you read last?

    I've finally gotten into Anne Rice. Interview With a Vampire was pretty good, but The Vampire Lestat is more entertaining.

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    Home Brewin' Herfer doomXsaloon's Avatar


     

    Re: What are you reading? / What did you read last?

    The Hunger Games Trilogy! Yeah, I did! Over the course of about two weeks...my students totally got me psyched for it! And, yes it was entertaining and interesting!
    "Any cigar smoker is a friend, because I know how he feels." --Alfred de Musset

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    Not a Fan by Kylie Idleman

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes Old Salty's Avatar


     

    Re: What are you reading? / What did you read last?

    Quote Originally Posted by doomXsaloon View Post
    The Hunger Games Trilogy! Yeah, I did! Over the course of about two weeks...my students totally got me psyched for it! And, yes it was entertaining and interesting!
    I thought about reading that, but opted for World War Z instead. Not a big fan of fiction, and this book is really no different. Written in almost an interview style, at least what I read of it. I have since gotten sidetracked into reading The Johnstown Flood by David McCullough for the millionth time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Salty View Post
    I thought about reading that, but opted for World War Z instead. Not a big fan of fiction, and this book is really no different. Written in almost an interview style, at least what I read of it. I have since gotten sidetracked into reading The Johnstown Flood by David McCullough for the millionth time.
    I love WWZ. It's a great book. Last one I read was 20,000 league's under the sea. I read the abridged version when I was a kid. This was my first time reading the whole thing.
    "Your Grandmother was a whore" - Ron Stacy

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes Old Salty's Avatar


     

    Re: What are you reading? / What did you read last?

    Quote Originally Posted by kozzman555 View Post
    I love WWZ. It's a great book. Last one I read was 20,000 league's under the sea. I read the abridged version when I was a kid. This was my first time reading the whole thing.
    Is the whole thing written in that *interview* style?

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    Home Brewin' Herfer doomXsaloon's Avatar


     

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    ....and Saving Daylight, a book of poems by my fave writer Jim Harrison.

    On to Nightwoods, by Charles Frazier.
    "Any cigar smoker is a friend, because I know how he feels." --Alfred de Musset

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    Game of Thrones - the entire series in a kindle.

    Being a Kindle, all I can tell you is that I'm 25% through it. Somewhere in the second book.
    Pro Patria Vigilans................... My tobacco cellar

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    Re: What are you reading? / What did you read last?

    Quote Originally Posted by craig_o View Post
    I've finally gotten into Anne Rice. Interview With a Vampire was pretty good, but The Vampire Lestat is more entertaining.
    I've read most of her work and really enjoyed most of them. My favorite was The Vampire Armand. I just finished Dreadnaught by Cherie Priest. It was a fun read, a steampunk novel with zombies. Hard to go wrong. I started Bernard Cornwell's latest Saxon novel. It's an amazing series about England during Alfred The Great's reign. Well researched and great characters.

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