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  • Quote Originally Posted by spoonie g
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    I thought it was hilarious.




    I loved it as well. **************** there are a lot of characters in it though....



    The last part of the book was so bleak though, really hit me hard.
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    Originally Posted by EL KABONG


    just cause Aussies cant have guns (=no freedom) doesnt mean other people cant have them either.









    Originally Posted by Naterel


    Those meatballs came out right

    But that rocket ship is ****************ed up

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      • Quote Originally Posted by spoonie g
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        I thought it was hilarious.




        Hell yes! Probably the only book I've really openly laughed out loud in public reading. Beautiful in places too.



        It's in my top 3.





        Crime & Punishment is also fantastic, the kind of book I wish I could read again for the first time. So well crafted.

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        • Quote Originally Posted by fruvai
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          I finished it a couple of months back, I have no idea how any non-Irish person can understand it though



          Just finished No Country for Old Men and starting Crime & Punishment




          I think theres just tons in it to be honest. I read it after my degree, and thought there were so many literary references and advanced literary techniques, I didn't know if I'd have got much out of it before studying.

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          • I just finished Marlowe's Doctor Faustus this morning. I first heard about the Faustian legend in my university german classes, and only now did I get around to reading one of those stories. Shouldn't have waited...probably going to have to read Goethe now.



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            Team of Rivals
            Originally Posted by Rainer Maria Rilke


            Sound, no longer measurable
            with sense of hearing. As if that tone
            outstripping us on every side
            were space maturing.

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                • Quote Originally Posted by pbone
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                  Good deals list

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                  • Quote Originally Posted by Snufkino
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                    Very nice.



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                    • House of Suns - Alistair Reynolds



                      really really ****************ing good. space sci-fi at its finest.
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                      • Just finished Les Claypool's Novel "South of the Pumphouse" it was pretty good.
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                        • The Art Of War, Sun Tzu.
                          http://tertl.blogspot.com - The Blog of the Ancient Mariner

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                          • New stuff every day on Gain!

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                            • Why Art Can't be Taught by James Elkins
                              Originally Posted by Inspector 71


                              I'm only framus in my own mine.









                              Originally Posted by riff ie


                              black hole complementarity, or, you won't feel a thing
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                              Originally Posted by christianatl


                              I plan on riding my ****************sled through the pussy apocalypse.

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                              • I'm enjoying my Frank Herbert reading marathon. Currently reading -



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