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Ian Fleming - Dr. No

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The Road was kind of slow but a good read nonetheless. Really good Post-apocalyptic imagery the author created through his writing. Film adaptation is in the making too. ;)

 

 

Now I'm re-reading Blankets.

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Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolfe

 

I'm only 10 pages in, but so fa it's decent. If you hate periods, you'd like it.

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I'm reading Everything Is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer, just started it so I have no idea if it's any good yet.

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Finished JPod, didn't like the ending.

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I couldn't even manage to get through Jpod. It's the only Coupland book I've attempted to read but it seemed just too random. There was hardly a detectable plot from what I could see. Just a bunch of random sub-plots that really had nothing to do with anything. But I guess that's some of the appeal.

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A few disinfo books:

Under The Influence

Everything You Know About Sex is Wrong

Everything You Know About God Is Wrong

 

As well as:

How To Read Maya Hieroglyphs

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Re-reading American Gods. Neil Gaiman is an amazing story teller. I recommend checking some of his stuff out.

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Gorillaz: Rise of the Ogre

 

Pretty funny, makes a good read if you like the band!

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Star Trek The Next Generation X-Men Planet X - Michael Jan Friedman...I put off for years, and am now wishing I'd started it sooner. Good Stuff.

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Infinite Jest. Holy shit this book is long. Something tells me it's going to be worth it though. Anyone else dare to trudge through this paper brick?

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some short stories by an Austrian writter, very good in my opinion, called Stephan Zweig

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Star Trek: The Lost Era: Serpents Among The Ruins.

 

'Cos I'm a geek.

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X-Men - Magneto The Chaos Engine Trilogy: Book Two

 

Because I'm a geek.

Edited by bishopx

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A shitload of comic books in one sitting. Lots of X-men, Wolverine and Avengers...

 

...cause I'm a geek. >_>

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Star Trek: The Lost Era: Serpents Among The Ruins.

 

'Cos I'm a geek.

hahahhaha.

 

i'm re-reading harry potter. again.

 

'cause i'm AWESOME.

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more like because you're a gay fangurl.

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Reading a compilation of works by a Spanish poet called Gustavo Adolfo B

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X-Men - Red Skull The Chaos Engine Trilogy: Book Three

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Assorted websites from MILNET, FAS, DOE, Wikipedia, and other sources of dubious integrity re: NEST teams, JASPER, subcritical bomb test sites, and radiological/nuclear countermeasures.

 

Also, Chernobyl and Pripyat.

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