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What are you reading?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Hunter, Jan 24, 2017.

  1. Manticore

    Manticore Official BUF Birthday Spammer

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    Just finished reading Our Vietnam Nurses. The stories are interesting, sad and harrowing; it's war.

    I've been to Vietnam and have visited some of the locations mentioned in the book. The book itself though is poorly written in places and the proofreading is laughable.

    Now reading something completely different..... this:
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  2. Balton

    Balton The Beast of Worship

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    Almost done with a Dance of Dragons, hurry up GRR :p2.

    For Uni I am currently reading The Design of Everything by Don Norman.
     
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    NeoNite Worst hack fraud ever

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    The green mile. Just finished part four: the bad death of Eduard delacroix. Really grabbed me by the throat.
    Soon starting part 5: the night journey.
     
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  4. Manticore

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    Just finished reading this:
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    For a lifelong fan of the band as I am this was a brilliant read; really great, and took me back to so many great (for me) music moments.

    Just started reading this:
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    Garcia by the editors Rolling Stone Magazine.

    "When Jerry Garcia died in 1995, people around the world mourned his death. As the lead singer and spiritual center of the traveling band the Grateful Dead, Garcia commanded a large and loyal following. This book, with its many striking photographs and illustrations and with its writings by some of rock journalism's biggest names, is a wonderful and lasting testament..."
     
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    Just finished reading this:
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    Garcia by the editors Rolling Stone Magazine.

    For me that was a gem of a read. The insights presented by Jerry Garcia and other band members of Grateful Dead had me pulling out my Grateful Dead CD's and reevaluating their music all over again.

    Now reading a book on Taoist science, acupuncture and medicine.
     
  6. Balton

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    ^hah, fittingly I am about to start One flew over the cuckoo's nest :)
     
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    Yeah; there is lot's of references to Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters in Garcia. Kesey and Garcia were firm friends.
     

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