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I'm a big Dennis Lehane fan. If you haven't read any of his books you are missing out.

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... Ugh. This is a perfect example of how NOT to write a historical novel. I've only managed 250 pages (of 1000) so far and it's a struggle to keep reading further.

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"One Hundred Percent Lunar Boy" by Stephan Tunney

http://www.amazon.com/One-Hundred-Percent-Lunar-Boy/dp/1596923687

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Sounds like an excellent choice.

Very dense, but excellent.

Severl years ago I read "The Grand Inquisitor" chapter.

Outstanding.

 

And now, my "book of the month!"

The Guns Of August.

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Finished!

Highly recommended!

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Picked it up on blind impulse some months ago and have been reading it on the bus. I've not much clue of what they're talking about half the time, but the other half contains some luxurious thoughts that have at least deepened my worldview a bit.

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"Unbroken", by Laura Hillenbrand.

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I absolutely love conspiracy stories.
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"The Moon is a Harsh Mistress" and "Children of Dune"

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"Unbroken", by Laura Hillenbrand.

 

Just finished this as well. Just....wow. It's amazing what the human body and mind can actually go through.

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I just finished Eragon by Christopher Paolini and now making my way through Eldest. So far the series is not a bad read but I do find Paolini's writing a bit tame compared to GRRM or Hobb and others in this genre. I guess the series is more geared to young adults.

Eldest was...pretty bad IMO. Eragon was a fantastic book; took me all of two days to read it. Not meaning it was short but I just couldn't put it down. Reading eldest all I wanted to do was put it down. Brisinger was much better.

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Imperial Bedrooms - Bret Easton Ellis, author of American Psycho.  Also complete works of H.P. Lovecraft

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MS-dos command lines

Ubuntu Linux toolbox

Unix command lines

other various hacker theory info.

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Shindler's List by Thomas Keneally

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