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i recomend "a confederacy of dunces" the author escapes me at the moment. that book is helarious. any other suggestions?

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thats the book i was gonna say u fuckin book stealin motherfucker. i mentionedit earlier in a past thread tho so u get no credit asshole!!!! another goodone is catch 22

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"common sense on mutual funds" -john bogle

 

this books a fucking blast....not really but id recommend it if you dont want to be living at the ymca after you retire....

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Messed up

 

I am reading '48 by James Herbert. This is one twisted read. This book grabs you from the first page and starts with the messed up stuff. Check the back cover info.

 

Welcome to '48, where the living envy the dead.....

It's three years since the end of World War II, The Allies lost. So did the Nazis. The only winner was the Blood Death, a hideous plague hatched in Hitler's secret labs and sent across the Channel. Now, London is in ruins, roamed by packs of feral dogs and a few mysteriously immune AB-negative survivors. Among these is Hoke, an American lone fighting "slow dying" Blackshirts--scavengers led by a fascist named Hubble, who prey on the "AB-negs" for blood and body parts.

 

To stay alive, Hoke and four other AB-negs--a Lady, a factory girl, and air-raid warden, and an escaped German POW--will band together to confront the Blackshirts...a perilous battle that will take them deep into the bowels of the Underground, where stairways are heaped with bones, gasoline-soaked rats become self-propelled firebombs, and the path to the future lies over the decomposing corpses of the past.

 

"All praise to Herbert for his haunting vision" --Kirkus Reviews

 

"Relentless action...takes off at a fierce pace and continues until the blood-soaked conclusion"--The Times(London)

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my fave (nonfiction) book ever is "cannibal killers".

fiction - i like (authors) raymond carver, richard brautigan and william h. gass. other than that i read biomedical research papers all day.

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im reading confederacy of dunces right now, its pretty funny.

i just got done reading evasion, that was grrrrrrreat.

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