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Books and Literature Thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by La Coka Nostra, Jul 15, 2008.

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  1. BIGel

    BIGel Elite Member

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    fight club was good, the rest of his stuff is overly unpredictable garbage. i hate his style of writing.
  2. MontanaPainter

    MontanaPainter Elite Member

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    i loved fight club

    but survivor, his other novel


    like so hard i had use caps
  3. Fazed

    Fazed Senior Member

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    i like it cause it's unpredictable. when i get to the end, i'm always like what the fuckkk. i didn't like lullaby as much as any of the others, because the "wtf" part was kinda stupid.
  4. Dave Mustaine

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    The greatest story ever told; my life.
  5. 2mor

    2mor Senior Member

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    read shutter island the other day when i was ill, finished in about 6 hours, couldnt put it down, although i figured out most of the plot about half way through was still a sick read, gonna have to watch the movie soon, also howard marks's autobiographies are all quality, dont know if you americans have heard of him if not....guys a fuckin legend !
  6. weak0ner

    weak0ner Moderator

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    ^^^Mr. Nice is an awesome read. the HASH king of europe. guy is a legend.

    currently reading..

  7. FuckMcNasty

    FuckMcNasty Senior Member

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    ^thats my kinda literature right there^
    im reading Into The Wild at the mo its pretty good and i recomend Yesman.. dont judge it on the film, film was awfull
  8. Worm*

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    I'm on a classics kick because hey they are out of copyright and free! So I just finished "The Invisible Man" which was pretty sweet. Now I'm reading "Faust" which I'm not digging too much yet but I just started reading it last night.
  9. IwasSentry

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    house of leaves was a fuckin head trip. but its an amazing read. right now im reading Be Here Now because im a filthy hippie.
  10. my.favorite.addiction

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    Palahniuk is my steeez!!!
    read Fight Club a few times,Survivor,Lullaby,and Rant. Rant was fucking bad ass is your unsure of his other shit. Definitely a trip.
    Reading The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo now,starts slow,but very well written.
    Any other books about hacking? prefferrably fiction,but non is cool too. .
  11. amit1

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  12. drapes1125

    drapes1125 Senior Member

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    I like the fear and loathing in Las Vegas book. And the outsiders the outsiders is a badass book I bet alot of people have read that book.
  13. tonwhite

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    I recently switched to audio books, very comfortable! From the last listened was very surprised by the book by the author Hector Malot "Sans Famille". I recommend to everyone.
  14. georgebartlett014

    georgebartlett014 New Member

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    If you like books with beautiful metaphors then you should go for books by John Green. Looking For Alaska is my personal favourite. Every book by John Green is unique and deep and I think everyone should give them a try.
  15. carlstensfer1

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    "The Invisible Man" interested me, thanks for the recommendation!
  16. FOEone

    FOEone Elite Member

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    My ex turned me onto this book, probably the only good thing she ever did for me. I would love to see a film adaptation of "The Navidson Report". Not "House of Leaves", but specifically "Navidson". It has a lot of potential. As I was explaining this book to my current girlfriend, she showed me a movie called "Dave Built A Maze". It's a dark comedy, but features a similar theme about the interior being larger than the exterior. It's a little corny, but entertaining.

    Also, the ending of HoL had me fucked up when you find out who Delia is. We all know that photograph.

    Edit: "Be Here Now" is a phenomenal read and I have all of Ram Dass' stuff, taking up far too much space on my bookshelf with all the Jung and Leary. I'm no hippie, but a good read is a good read.
  17. Salvador E. Lohman

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    All of the Dune books by Frank Herbert are my favorite books. I would love to find something similar.
    Late-night dreamer. The bright programmer works on websites that provide APA style papers online to the people in Canada mainly( Graffiti fan from a young age. I would love to join some underground graffiti teams to spread worthful ideas to the public.
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  18. FOEone

    FOEone Elite Member

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    Read any Philip Dick?
  19. Bosle901

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    Currently reading the Ultralearning book by Scott Young...
  20. Bosle901

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    He was a quite crazy fellow.