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Discussion in 'Movies, Books, TV & Media' started by Chris, Jan 3, 2006.
'Twilight' by William Gay
Some Brian Lumley short stories from 'Tales of the Primal Land'
Farewell Summer- Ray Bradbury
Stephen King - The Stand
Red Harvest - By Dashiell Hammett
Widely believed to be the inspiration to Akira Kurosawa'a Yoimbo and subsequently Sergio Leone's A Fist Full of Dollars and a bunch of other movies.
i have herman melvilles moby dick on audiotape on my mp3 at work just to understand the leviathan lyrics by mastodon better. slow at times but in general its good whalepornography.
its like watching gone in 60 seconds, where they refer everything from sex to food to cars and carparts.
On Stranger Tides - Tim Powers
I finished all the other books I was reading and just recently started reading "Chiguhagu na buhin" by Shin'ichi Hoshi. His stories are always really interesting and cleverly written.
I bought "Kafka on the Shore" by Haruki Murakami yesterday, and finished it sometime this morning. I think I was reading for about 11 or 12 hours straight, but it was a very good book I thought.
Running on Emptiness: The Pathology of Civilization - John Zerzan
Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in The Matrix - Glenn Yeffeth and David Gerrold
Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television - Jerry Mander
Why We Lie: The Evolutionary Roots of Deception and the Unconscious Mind - David Livingstone Smith
I usually read multiple books simultaneously, and jot down notes, which helps to catalog, transfer and digest the information more thoroughly.
Close to Shore: The Terrifying Shark Attacks of 1916- Michael Capuzzo
These attacks are the inspiration for Jaws.
good book - I like The Anubis Gates A lot (one of my favs)
I'm reading Malazan - first book - So far its pretty decent
Touch the Dark - Karen Chance
Vegetta - yeah The Anubis Gates kicks serious ass... then again I have yet to read anything by Powers that didn't
Re-reading Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End
About halfway through with Jean-Paul Sartre's "Being and Nothingness"
On The Road- Jack Kerouac
Building Wealth One House At A Time- John W. Schaub
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - J. K. Rowling (actually finished this today)
Fallen Nation: Babylon Burning - James Curcio
'Faction Paradox: Erasing Sherlock' by Kelly Hale
The Bourne Identity- Robert Ludlum
Star Trek - "The Eugenics Wars: the rise and fall of Khan Noonien Singh" volume 2
"Offical what are you reading" by ss.org
Latest William Gibson Book - it is damn good.