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What Book Are You Reading? Pt. 11

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Weapon X, Apr 20, 2004.

  1. Weapon X

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    What Book Are You Reading? Pt. 11

    Discussion started by Weapon X - Apr 20, 2004

    I am currently reading “The Game I’ll Never Forget”, edited by *Chris McDonell. It is a collection of 100 former and present hockey stars that relate what their most memorable game is. A very cool read for any hockey fan.

    I am also reading Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Hopefully I can make it out to the library tomorrow to pick out a new book and post it up on here.

    And I still have that Seduced By Hitler book in my backpack. It’s going to be finished when my exams are done, surely. By the way, it's really good.


    *edited, I got the author’s name wrong.
     
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    westy - Replied Apr 20, 2004

    'Seduced by Hitler' sounds interesting, I'm hoping to read '1984' soon as I have time to hit the library.
     
  4. Vanity

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    Vanity - Replied Apr 20, 2004

    i gotta find the rest of my dc comics and polish those off... then it's on to the marvels... 2 boxes :eek:
     
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  5. Ski Mask

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    Ski Mask - Replied Apr 20, 2004

    To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
    just finished Franey and Zooey by J.D. Salinger last week.
     
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    kickin it up there with a hard book like to kill a mockin bird? im playin, thats a really good book

    im readin "shes come undone" by wally lamb
     
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    i just finished hamlet bout a week ago.....
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Apr 20, 2004

    i finished 'business is our culture' 2 weeks ago.
    mcluhan lite in a way. kind of hovers between a
    book you can flip through like a mag, and one you
    can read a few pages and think about the content
    for a good chunk of the day.
     
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    orientalism by Edward Said. and I dont get it but Im trying to.
     
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    StreetTrucks Issue 56, May 2004...Good read, Good read..If you have the means (4.95 U.S / 5.95 Canada), I highly suggest you pick one up...;)
     
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    I just finished The Zombie Survival Guide. It sort of lost its novelty after awhile.

    I'm going to re-read Survivor.. then I don't know.
     
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    WebsterUno - Replied Apr 20, 2004

    *believe*


    what is this about,
    and where do i find it?
     
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    Just finished "From Rockaway"

    a good read if your from brooklyn/queens/LI.

    a so so read if you're from anywhere else.

    cause you'd have no idea.
     
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    Hagakure: the book of the samurai

    Author: Yamamoto Tsunetomo
    Translator: William Scot Willson

    really interesting enjoying it so far

    and

    The Sacred Balance by david suzuki
    on the side.
     
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    duh-rye-won - Replied Apr 20, 2004

    just finished "angels and demons", the guy who wrote da vinci code. pretty cool, a little too retardedly far fetched tho.

    just started the new pahliunuk. so far so dope.
     
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