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  • #31
    No True Glory. Goosebumps several times.

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    • #32
      The Dune trilogy by Frank Herbert. I love to read sci-fi. It may not be the best but is one of my favorites. There is also the Planet of GOR series by John Norman is also a fun series to read 26 books in the series now more may yet be written.
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      • #33
        I'm about a third of the way thru "Brules" for the second time and I'm enjoying it even better. I read it back about 92 or 94 and I'd forgotten how informative and enjoyable this book is.........I highly recommend it!
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        • #34
          amen

          Originally posted by elitej View Post
          The bible. Get something new each time I open it up....
          same here,the bible.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by rembrandt View Post
            Your alias suggests you would love the "Brules" trilogy!
            Maybe, but the Blood Meridian is more my style.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by doncrs View Post
              same here,the bible.
              Being that its the number 1 seller of books, I can't argue with that. I've read it and studied it too.....But I wasn't refering to a book at that level just the ones to read for victional pleasure..........
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              • #37
                Lightning by dean r koontz. and another new just for fun book "**** my dad says"

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by gamehog1 View Post
                  Lightning by dean r koontz. and another new just for fun book "**** my dad says"
                  My son likes the Koontz books....I never got into them.....whats the best one of his books that you've read?
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                  • #39
                    I like everything from Nelson Demille. But my favorite is The Gold Coast and it's sequel, The Gatehouse
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                    • #40
                      Wilber Smith writes some good books about Egypt....I've read just about all of his books.....
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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by vhunter View Post
                        Playboy. lol

                        My son was reading the hunger games. He kept telling me about these books telling me how much I would like them. So I ended up reading all 3 books in about 2 weeks. I thought they were pretty good. My wife really liked them.
                        I just purchased "The Hunger Games" at Wally World and I see the second book is "Catching Fire"....Is it out yet?
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                        • #42
                          There are 3 Hunger game books available.
                          I am currently reading "The hunger games", at the request of my daughter and son. They are huge fans of these books. I'm about 100 pages in and I like it. The Hunger Games reminds me of a short story written by Steven King called, "The Long Walk". A great short story.
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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by PWGUNNY View Post
                            There are 3 Hunger game books available.
                            I am currently reading "The hunger games", at the request of my daughter and son. They are huge fans of these books. I'm about 100 pages in and I like it. The Hunger Games reminds me of a short story written by Steven King called, "The Long March". A great short story.
                            I read the book "The Road" and I watched the movie.......I enjoyed both! It had some underlying profound meanings that I think most people don't see...I'm not saying I'm smarter than they are but I was taught in college to see beyond the screen or cover of the book.
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                            • #44
                              PW....I assume Books A Million wiuld have the other two or how about Amazon?
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by rembrandt View Post
                                PW....I assume Books A Million wiuld have the other two or how about Amazon?
                                They are available at Amazon or any other book retailer. If you read alot you should consider a kindle or an IPAD. I began reading this way a couple of months ago and I love it. The best thing is to be able to read in bed without the light on(disturbs my wife). The books are cheaper and I'm able to download books for free from my local library's digital download portal. The only caveat is that you get the loan for only 2 weeks, but I've only been times out once out of a dozen books.
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