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Name a book you've finished (Edited 10/10/09 04:10PM by Jess)
Just type in the name of a book that you have read cover to cover. Come on, you people do read books don't you?  Name a book you've finished <span style="font-size:12px;">(Edited 10/10/09 04:10PM by Jess)</span> Photo   Extra bragging rights if you can come up with one that begins with the last letter of the previous post.
Featured by: Jess at 10/10/09 4:10PM
| Closed on 01/10/10 at 05:00PM
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 1. What fiction do you enjoy reading? (0 points)
9%a. Fantasy
25%b. Science-fiction
10%c. Romance
16%d. Spy/Adventure
1%e. Western
32%f. Mystery
6%g. War/Combat
1%h. Micheal Moore Political Theories
 2. What non-fiction do you enjoy reading? (0 points)
49%a. History
20%b. Biography
9%c. Current Affairs
0%d. Self Improvement
22%e. Other

 &nbp;
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#6 | 1746 days ago
18packabs (+)

Playboy, October 2009.....
1. Romance  2. Current Affairs  
  
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#1 | 1746 days ago

(Edited by johnsward66)
Just to get the ball rolling.... Ender's Game by  Orson Scott Card
1. Mystery  2. History  
#2 | 1746 days ago

The Hunt for Red October.
1. Spy/Adventure  2. History  
#3 | 1746 days ago

WV_Mountaineer wrote:
The Hunt for Red October.
Reagan: In His Own Hand
1. Mystery  2. History  
#4 | 1746 days ago

I finished reading The Appeal by John Grisham
1. Mystery  2. History  
#5 | 1746 days ago

(Edited by marcus_nyce)
The Great Derangement (Alright, alright, but close enough... Wait Danny jumped in there, this was in response to the Reagan book.)
1. Science-fiction  2. Other  
#6 | 1746 days ago
18packabs (+)

Playboy, October 2009.....
1. Romance  2. Current Affairs  
#7 | 1746 days ago

1. Mystery  2. History  
#8 | 1746 days ago
bmcannon1 (+)

A time to kill.....by john grisham.

It was a true.....you wont put this book down. I know i didnt want to put it down right after i started reading it.
#9 | 1746 days ago
bmcannon1 (+)

18packabs wrote:
Playboy, October 2009.....
Now that is a true.....you wont put this mag down.
#10 | 1746 days ago

The last book I read was Duma key. now would youi like me to tell you all the books i've read? lol. I'm a reader so I love books and i read everyday.
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#11 | 1746 days ago

bmcannon1 wrote:
Now that is a true.....you wont put this mag down.
One hand won't !
1. Mystery  2. History  
#12 | 1746 days ago

Poll Making For Dummies .........Just kidding.
1. Mystery  2. History  
#13 | 1746 days ago

The Stand by Stephen King - incredible book!!
#14 | 1746 days ago

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
The Stand by Stephen King - incredible book!!
Don't Know Much About History   by Kenneth Davis
1. Mystery  2. History  
#15 | 1746 days ago

Just finished The Witches by Roahl Dahl to my class. As for myself, I just finished Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns (a book about the political genius of Abraham Lincoln).

I read all the time...my next book I read to my class will be the new one by Kate Dicamillo.
1. Mystery  2. History  
#16 | 1746 days ago
Hiawatha (+)

 Genie Garage Door Owner's Manual
#17 | 1746 days ago

kteacher wrote:
Just finished The Witches by Roahl Dahl to my class. As for myself, I just finished Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns (a book about the political genius of Abraham Lincoln).

I read all the time...my next book I read to my class will be the new one by Kate Dicamillo.
That's on my "to read list" ... the Lincoln book, not the Witches.   O K    Sense & Sensibility
1. Mystery  2. History  
#18 | 1746 days ago

"First Blood"  -  Dies The Fire  by S.M. Stirling

1. Mystery  2. History  
#19 | 1746 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

The last fiction book I read was Bradbury's: Fahrenheit 451.  As for non-fiction, it's been so long since I've read one cover to cover that I can't even remember....."Egil's Saga" comes to mind, but if it wasn't that saga, it was one of the other sagas from Old Icelandic literature.  My research has me jumping from various sections of different books....in that respect, I'm a "smorgasbord" reader of non-fiction.
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#20 | 1746 days ago

These are the books I read in September.
Revolution from the Middle by Samuel Francis
Secrets, Lies, and Democracy   A collection of interviews of Noam Chomsky
Unequal Protection By Thom Hartmann
and a biography of Calvin Coolidge but I can't remember the author
1. Spy/Adventure  2. History  
#21 | 1746 days ago

i am finishing the shining up today...during daylight.
#22 | 1746 days ago

Writings of Abraham Lincoln.  Letters he wrote gives insight to how he came up with the decisions he made.  Last fiction book was The Da Vinci Code....that is fiction, isn't it?
1. Spy/Adventure  2. Biography  
#23 | 1746 days ago

I read it all by myself

Actually I made my kid read it to me...
#24 | 1746 days ago

(Edited by johnsward66)
No, read the poll - " extra bragging rights if you can come up with one that you've read that begins with the last letter of the previous post.   BTW Roll Tide! 
1. Mystery  2. History  
#25 | 1746 days ago

For Some reason my previous post didn't attatch it's self to your comment???
1. Mystery  2. History  
#26 | 1746 days ago

18packabs wrote:
Playboy, October 2009.....
In 37 seconds. New league record
1. Spy/Adventure  2. History  
#27 | 1746 days ago

I used to read everything King wrote, until I finished the Dark Tower series. The way it ended made me angry and his authors note at the end of the last book really pi$$ed me off, so I haven't read anything by him since.
1. Spy/Adventure  2. History  
#28 | 1746 days ago

I decided to undertake the Stephen King Dark Tower series, so the last book I finished was The Gunslinger
1. Spy/Adventure  2. History  
#29 | 1746 days ago
Wordsmith (+)

I Was Right on Time by Buck O'Neil

Buck is someone that should be talked about like MLK Jr and Jackie Robinson. A great man and I wish my kids had been older when they met him. You deserve to be in the Baseball Hall of Fame, Buck, even if you say it was ok that they didn't vote you in with the rest of the Negro League Inductees. If there is a baseball hall of fame without Buck in it, its no hall of fame at all.

Rest in Peace, Buck

1. War/Combat  2. History  
#30 | 1746 days ago

(Edited by ChargerJim)

I am a fan of Mitch Albom. "Tuesdays With Morrie," "The Five People You Meet In Heaven," and "For One More Day" are among the best books I have ever read.

#31 | 1746 days ago
BlueJaxRecruit (+)

I am reading textbooks all day long!
1. Science-fiction  2. Other  
#32 | 1746 days ago

The last book I read was Stranger in a Strange Land.
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#33 | 1746 days ago

The Story Of English  by  Robert McCrum, William Cran, & Robert MacNeil
1. Mystery  2. History  
#34 | 1746 days ago

Go Dog Go, Dr. Suess.

Well, almost finished
#35 | 1746 days ago

johnsward66 wrote:
The Story Of English  by  Robert McCrum, William Cran, & Robert MacNeil
The Story of English

How I Got This Way (Patrick F. McManus)

The last book I read cover to cover was The Lost Symbol (Dan Brown), but I wanted to play by the rules for bonus points.

The current book I'm reading nonstop is Break No Bones (Kathy Reichs). I say nonstop because at any given moment I have 3-4 books I'm in the middle of.
1. Mystery  2. Mystery  
#36 | 1746 days ago
american_sherrybaby (+)

(Edited by american_sherrybaby)
Sex, Time & Power  Leonard Shlain
Dead Heat, Joel C. Rosenberg
1. War/Combat  2. History  
#37 | 1746 days ago
vindog (+)

Imperial Hubris- Michael Scheuer, and BLOWBACK- Chalmers Johnson.   Very good reading and great insight on U.S. Foreign policy around the World and the effects of these policies.
1. Mystery  2. Current Affairs  
#38 | 1746 days ago

american_sherrybaby wrote:
Sex, Time & Power  Leonard Shlain
Dead Heat, Joel C. Rosenberg
" Sex, Time & Power"  -  Rainbow's End  by Vernor Vinge
1. Mystery  2. History  
#39 | 1746 days ago

Danica874 wrote:
The last book I read was Stranger in a Strange Land.
customer's for life for my service management class in college
#40 | 1746 days ago

(Edited by WV_Mountaineer)


i don't know how you would ever get a date with a woman with a name like that.
1. Spy/Adventure  2. History  
#41 | 1746 days ago

critters19761 wrote:
customer's for life for my service management class in college
My checkbook! Have no pages left, guess that mean's I'm out of money huh?!
#42 | 1746 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

The last two books I read cover to cover were The Knowledge Deficit by E.D. Hirsch for a class, and Angels & Demons by Dan Brown for myself. But with almost half an hour commute each way, I also listen to a lot of books. The last two in that category were Twilight and New Moon. Oops, just lost my man card.

The books I'm proudest of reading completely are The Holy Bible and The Lord of the Rings.

My all-time favorite fiction book(s) is/are (because it's really six books in one volume) The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide by Douglas Adams and my favorite nonfiction (which I read more of than anything else these days) book by far is Teacher Man by Frank McCourt.

There you go, much more than you asked for
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#43 | 1746 days ago

   and for the second time
#44 | 1746 days ago
SuperStar123 (+)

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
i am finishing the shining up today...during daylight.
And he is a great guy! I've met him a couple of times.
#45 | 1746 days ago

american_sherrybaby wrote:
Sex, Time & Power  Leonard Shlain
Dead Heat, Joel C. Rosenberg
Culture of Corruption by Michelle Malkin
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#46 | 1746 days ago

So many to name,at the time being I am focued on law books but I  just finished a book on philosophy by an Iranian writer.

1. Romance  2. Current Affairs  
#47 | 1746 days ago
whiteeagle8868 (+)

the Count of Monte Crisco
#48 | 1746 days ago
whiteeagle8868 (+)

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
i am finishing the shining up today...during daylight.
you need some company when you read chillers lols
#49 | 1746 days ago
kammi42 (+)

oh my just 1 book ...looking at my library   last one...My favourite wife...Tony Parsons
#50 | 1746 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
The last two books I read cover to cover were The Knowledge Deficit by E.D. Hirsch for a class, and Angels & Demons by Dan Brown for myself. But with almost half an hour commute each way, I also listen to a lot of books. The last two in that category were Twilight and New Moon. Oops, just lost my man card.

The books I'm proudest of reading completely are The Holy Bible and The Lord of the Rings.

My all-time favorite fiction book(s) is/are (because it's really six books in one volume) The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide by Douglas Adams and my favorite nonfiction (which I read more of than anything else these days) book by far is Teacher Man by Frank McCourt.

There you go, much more than you asked for
I don't know about the man card, but I just read the Twilight series, took me all of 4 days to read the whole thing... I loved it, great story!!
Also read Lord of The Rings, classic story, and in some ways, better than the movies...
Jst wanted to chime in that I just finished James Patterson's The Honeymoon... good read
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#51 | 1746 days ago
bmcannon1 (+)

I just finished reading a book that changed my life....


Dick and Jane take Spot for a walk.

This book is a true....you wont put this book down. It was hours of entertaining reading, all 15 pages of it.
#52 | 1746 days ago

18packabs wrote:
Playboy, October 2009.....
I am with you on this lol
1. Science-fiction  2. Other  
#53 | 1746 days ago
rileyjames47 (+)

1. Science-fiction  2. Other  
#54 | 1746 days ago
fasterhurry (+)

Aceraison wrote:
I read it all by myself

Actually I made my kid read it to me...
Hey dats a cool book
1. Mystery  2. Other  
#55 | 1746 days ago
fasterhurry (+)

Haven't read 4 ages usually enjoy steven king and crime stories.
1. Mystery  2. Other  
#56 | 1746 days ago
mongoose409 (+)

The Bravest Man by William Tuohy. It's about  America's most successful and highest decorated submarine captain of World War 2, Richard O'Kane.
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#57 | 1746 days ago

The Beliver.  I have read it several yrs ago but in the middle of it again.  Set in the early 1800s in Kentucky.

The Holy Bible.  Always in it reading.
1. Romance  2. Other  
#58 | 1745 days ago

Ive read the Alex Rider series....thrice
#59 | 1745 days ago
jimheiliger (+)

Danica874 wrote:
The last book I read was Stranger in a Strange Land.
Overnight Success
1. Mystery  2. Mystery  
#60 | 1745 days ago

 The Appeal ..John Grisham 
#61 | 1745 days ago

Just finished reading The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan  to my daughter last night.    I am currently reading Unseen Academicals by Terry Pratchett

I am a bookworm by nature, but recently I've been learning spanish, so most of my time has been trying to learn my vocabulary.
1. Fantasy  2. Other  
#62 | 1745 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

Another book I just remembered that I truly enjoyed, "The Door to December" by Dean Koontz

Wow...I need to schedule more recreational reading time.
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#63 | 1745 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

Danica874 wrote:
I don't know about the man card, but I just read the Twilight series, took me all of 4 days to read the whole thing... I loved it, great story!!
Also read Lord of The Rings, classic story, and in some ways, better than the movies...
Jst wanted to chime in that I just finished James Patterson's The Honeymoon... good read
Every female in our household has read and re-read all four books in the Twilight series at least three times... I just can't get into them that much. I started to read Eclipse (or listen to it) but not much was happening early so I got bored. I also don't like how ridiculously strong and indestructible the vampires are. I have nothing against vampires or horror or fantasy in general, but somehow my Y chromosome is keeping me from falling in love with those books.
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#64 | 1745 days ago

johnsward66 wrote:
Just to get the ball rolling.... Ender's Game by  Orson Scott Card
I have ready all of the "Ender" books!  They are fantastic.  I was really on a sci-fi tear a while back (years) and went through everything our library had that was worth reading.
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#65 | 1745 days ago

I've literally read thousands of books since the age of 8.  I love to read and do so whenever I can.  I wish I lived near a library but I don't.  The last one read was a paperback "Paloma" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch.  Sci-fi and actually a pretty good book. I was surprised.
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#66 | 1745 days ago

BlueJaxRecruit wrote:
I am reading textbooks all day long!
Ugh, I know about that all too well.
1. Mystery  2. History  
#67 | 1745 days ago

I finished a book in French called "Le ravissement de Lol V Stein."  It's a book about a funky love triangle rectangle pentagon.
1. Mystery  2. History  
#68 | 1745 days ago

I just finished Ghost Recon  by Tom Clancy.  I like most of his books, of course Catcher in the Rye is my favorite. Mostly I read History, Mystery and Sci Fi but some of the novels on war today are very interesting.  Now I have ideas for some new books to read...thanks!  Interesting poll...something different for a change. 
1. War/Combat  2. History  
#69 | 1745 days ago

Just finished "Red Cell" by Richard Marcinko (3rd time reading this one- the warrior's hilarious with descriptions) and Dean Koontz' The Face.
1. Spy/Adventure  2. Other  
#70 | 1745 days ago

I loved this one-
1. Spy/Adventure  2. Other  
#71 | 1745 days ago
ChristiSunshine (+)

 Lord of the Rings:  The Return of the King by JRR Tolkien
1. Fantasy  2. Biography  
#72 | 1745 days ago

Shiloh884 wrote:
I have ready all of the "Ender" books!  They are fantastic.  I was really on a sci-fi tear a while back (years) and went through everything our library had that was worth reading.
Did you read the companion "Bean" series as well? They are every bit as good, some say better. Also there was a new one, Ender In Exile; about the period between books #1 & #2.    O K next book  -  Trigger Men  by  Hans Halerstadt.
1. Mystery  2. History  
#73 | 1745 days ago

The Client John Grisham 1995

This series was based on the book by John Grisham about Reggie Love, a lawyer, who just started her practice and is also a recovering alcoholic which was made into a movie starring Susan Sarandon. Mom and I always share books, she got me started on John's books.

At the lake during the summer we have a club were we all read and then put all our read books onto shelves. We then can take a book  read and initial it and turn it back in so we know we have read it. It is a very wonderful way to read all the books and share with others while sharing the cost of books. We then can share our ideas and if a book might be worth reading.
1. Mystery  2. Other  
#74 | 1744 days ago
Cherrie (+)

Aceraison wrote:
I read it all by myself

Actually I made my kid read it to me...
one of my kids favorites!
1. Spy/Adventure  2. Biography  
#75 | 1744 days ago
Cherrie (+)

kteacher wrote:
Just finished The Witches by Roahl Dahl to my class. As for myself, I just finished Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns (a book about the political genius of Abraham Lincoln).

I read all the time...my next book I read to my class will be the new one by Kate Dicamillo.
Have you read 'Titchuba' I don't remeber the author, but I think your kids would love it.
1. Spy/Adventure  2. Biography  
#76 | 1744 days ago
Cherrie (+)

last book I attempted to finish....MERCY, by Toni Morrison

1. Spy/Adventure  2. Biography  
#77 | 1744 days ago

i used to read from stephen kings and dan brown here's the two book that i finished
#78 | 1744 days ago

Shiloh884 wrote:
I've literally read thousands of books since the age of 8.  I love to read and do so whenever I can.  I wish I lived near a library but I don't.  The last one read was a paperback "Paloma" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch.  Sci-fi and actually a pretty good book. I was surprised.
i used to work there at the library ..such a wonderfull place to work there..you learning while you working!
#79 | 1744 days ago

 For my friends, started with Devils and Angels, just completed reading of The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown., started also simultaneously a few pages of  The Mistress of the Game, by protege of Sidney Sheldon.
1. Science-fiction  2. Other  
#80 | 1744 days ago
PoppyMack (+)

My favorite book is "Fair Blows The Wind" by Louis Lamour. I love to read. Right now I am reading "The Lost Symbol" by Dan Brown
1. Mystery  2. History  
#81 | 1744 days ago

NorseHeathen wrote:
Another book I just remembered that I truly enjoyed, "The Door to December" by Dean Koontz

Wow...I need to schedule more recreational reading time.
Rain Fall  by Barry Eisler  -  2002     ( A fantastic Spy/Assassin novel )    
1. Mystery  2. History  
#82 | 1744 days ago

Now that I think about it I have read some real books since high school.

The Gene Simmons book is pretty good.

I've also read a couple Star Wars books.

This one was good, it's the story between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
#83 | 1744 days ago

Double Cross - James Patterson,,,,, now reading Swinsuit
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#84 | 1744 days ago

alainpeartree wrote:
Double Cross - James Patterson,,,,, now reading Swinsuit
How is this one..... I've read & enjoyed all the other Alex Cross books. Someone gave me this one as an audio book but it just didn't seem to hold my attention. Also, are you planning on reading Cross Country? 
1. Mystery  2. History  
#85 | 1744 days ago

johnsward66 wrote:
How is this one..... I've read & enjoyed all the other Alex Cross books. Someone gave me this one as an audio book but it just didn't seem to hold my attention. Also, are you planning on reading Cross Country? 
Double Cross was a standard good one, a lttle shorter than norma or maybe just that good I read faster than the other. Swimsuit is a little slow,, it seems his Alex Cross series has all the action in them.
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#86 | 1744 days ago

The Return  by William Shatner
1. Mystery  2. History  
#87 | 1744 days ago
sherribaby88 (+)

Goat Song... .FrankkYerby
#88 | 1744 days ago
sherribaby88 (+)

18packabs wrote:
Playboy, October 2009.....
hmm.. 18pack, I bet you had that answer in -.2 seconds... lol
#89 | 1744 days ago

I CAN READ 3 BOOKS AT THE SAME TIME.- THE CHINESE BY MANKELL
THE MYSTERY OF THE TOP HAT ELLERY QUEEN
THE SHADOW OF THE WIND,  ZANON
THE BEST FOOD BY NARDA LEPES
THE TRAGEDY OF THE PATAGONIA BY MONCADA
THE MYSTERY IN THE SPA BY PETRAKIS
THE SUICIDE BY CALLEGARI
1. Mystery  2. History  
#90 | 1744 days ago

johnsward66 wrote:
Did you read the companion "Bean" series as well? They are every bit as good, some say better. Also there was a new one, Ender In Exile; about the period between books #1 & #2.    O K next book  -  Trigger Men  by  Hans Halerstadt.
You bet I did!  They were great if not better than the Ender series.  Bean was such a force in the Ender series I was glad he did a series on Bean.  I'll have to get Ender in Exile.  I have to keep up!!!  Thanks!
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#91 | 1744 days ago

i'll add it to my list! i've got cell, dreamcatcher and on writing cued up right now. thanks - i didn't think about this one
#92 | 1744 days ago

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
i'll add it to my list! i've got cell, dreamcatcher and on writing cued up right now. thanks - i didn't think about this one
Dreamcatcher is one of my favorites.  If you haven't read Insomnia by King, check it out, it's as good as The Stand.
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#93 | 1744 days ago
Dragon_Girl (+)

 Huge bookworm! I'm readind about eight and writing about ten. A good one I finished recently was THE LAST OLYMPIAN by Rick Riordan. (Thanx to Elijah for letting me borrow his copy.) Great end to the series! I love the ending that lets you know: SEQUELS!!!!
1. Fantasy  2. History  
#94 | 1744 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

johnsward66 wrote:
Rain Fall  by Barry Eisler  -  2002     ( A fantastic Spy/Assassin novel )    
Very cool, thanks!
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#95 | 1744 days ago

I just finished reading Nefertiti by Michelle Moran. Awesome Book. I also just finished 90 Minutes in Heaven by Don Piper. Very Intense. I really had a hard time choose a category for the questions. I am such a Huge Book Worm. I LOVE History, Fantasy & Science Fiction. But, I also love Biographies, & Mysteries. I basically read anything.
 
1. Fantasy  2. Other  
#96 | 1744 days ago

I love Stephen King and I've read all his books.  My favorite author is Dean Koontz, he's very Kingish but his books have better endings.  I always reread good books, several times.
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#97 | 1744 days ago

I have been a books worm from age 12 but nowadays books are getting so expensive here that it is not easy for me to go on my addiction,lol.
Here an average book will cost 8$.No cheap ones is available.
 
1. Romance  2. Current Affairs  
#98 | 1743 days ago

Helen wrote:
Dreamcatcher is one of my favorites.  If you haven't read Insomnia by King, check it out, it's as good as The Stand.
I agree Insomnia is one of King's best but it is also one of the reasons I was disappointed with the end of the Dark Tower series.
1. Spy/Adventure  2. History  
#99 | 1743 days ago

Helen wrote:
I love Stephen King and I've read all his books.  My favorite author is Dean Koontz, he's very Kingish but his books have better endings.  I always reread good books, several times.
due to fan iq , i failed to read even news paper.
#100 | 1743 days ago

 
#101 | 1743 days ago

 Not available in India as yet.!
1. Science-fiction  2. Other  
#102 | 1743 days ago

raja_starkglass wrote:
 Not available in India as yet.!
 Digital fortress, wish I could get it here,  S - re read Stone for Danny Fischer.

 Here is brag part of the post
Some books of Harold Robbins and Sidney Sheldon have a subtle but intense influence on my mind.! Irwing Wallace, Dan Brown, Stephan King,   Grisham are good ones.
1. Science-fiction  2. Other  
#103 | 1743 days ago
anduaugust (+)

so how about this book
not much good
tough
not much bad

 
any way 
read books 
maybe u will find reading good
1. Romance  2. History  
#104 | 1743 days ago

NADER, IF I MUST ELECT, I BUY A BOOK , NOT CLOTHES OR SHOES OR MAKE UP, I CAN IN A WALK , BUY 10 BOOKS, MY FRIENDS SAY I AM A BOOK WALKING.- AND, IS TRUE.-

1. Mystery  2. History  
#105 | 1743 days ago

anduaugust wrote:
so how about this book
not much good
tough
not much bad

 
any way 
read books 
maybe u will find reading good
i am scared to read this once after finding out the dude practically plagiarized himself with the other two robert langdon stories...
#106 | 1743 days ago

anduaugust wrote:
so how about this book
not much good
tough
not much bad

 
any way 
read books 
maybe u will find reading good
i am scared to read this once after finding out the dude practically plagiarized himself with the other two robert langdon stories...
#107 | 1743 days ago

i jus finished readin digital fortress by dan brown...............it wuz jus awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1. Spy/Adventure  2. History  
#108 | 1743 days ago

 
Nuskha dar fanni-falahat
The art of agriculture : Persian manuscripts compiled in the 17th century by the Mughal Prince Dara Shikoh.Finished in this month.
 
 
 
#109 | 1742 days ago

 Reading makes a full personality; conference makes a ready individual, and writing an exact persona.-by some one
#110 | 1742 days ago

raja_starkglass wrote:
 Digital fortress, wish I could get it here,  S - re read Stone for Danny Fischer.

 Here is brag part of the post
Some books of Harold Robbins and Sidney Sheldon have a subtle but intense influence on my mind.! Irwing Wallace, Dan Brown, Stephan King,   Grisham are good ones.
I have bought that book(Digital Fortress) long ago, its not difficult here to get just place an online order n book will be on your doorstep.
#111 | 1742 days ago

anduaugust wrote:
so how about this book
not much good
tough
not much bad

 
any way 
read books 
maybe u will find reading good
 The Lost Symbol is all about Mason n how the power of individual can effect n what object is there to belief. Its thrilling  with gr8 description on the National Mall.
#112 | 1742 days ago

Helen wrote:
I love Stephen King and I've read all his books.  My favorite author is Dean Koontz, he's very Kingish but his books have better endings.  I always reread good books, several times.
Hvae you read Life Excepetancy sorry i spelt that wrong its three in the morning ha its my favorite book by Dean Koontz
#113 | 1742 days ago

Som6 wrote:
I have bought that book(Digital Fortress) long ago, its not difficult here to get just place an online order n book will be on your doorstep.
It is not yet released in India, we got the Lost key only few days back for the festival season. Hate the pirated copies.
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#114 | 1742 days ago

raja_starkglass wrote:
It is not yet released in India, we got the Lost key only few days back for the festival season. Hate the pirated copies.
What You get from online is not pirated copy n "Digital Fortress & Deception Point of Dan Brown are old novels" so U can place an order. I get all my books from online, sometimes by advance booking to receive it on 1st day just like in the case of The Lost Symbol.
Dan Brown's novel is selling high after the 2 films Da Vinci n Angels n Demons.
#115 | 1742 days ago
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Helen wrote:
I love Stephen King and I've read all his books.  My favorite author is Dean Koontz, he's very Kingish but his books have better endings.  I always reread good books, several times.
have you read any of hardly chase books before?if no pls try and read one and tell me about it pls.
#116 | 1741 days ago

I've read all 123 posts in this thread, Does that count as a book?
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#117 | 1741 days ago
normski77 (+)

i only ever read autobiographies of famous ppl.to name some,ive read:kathy Staff,Rolf Harris',jonny cash-both of them-(two of the best),Paula Radcliffe,Kelly Holmes,and much much more
#118 | 1741 days ago

raja_starkglass wrote:
It is not yet released in India, we got the Lost key only few days back for the festival season. Hate the pirated copies.
I do not use online for purchase, as you are aware, even "secured" is not secure as crime is a step ahead of prevention.!
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#119 | 1741 days ago

Som6 wrote:
I have bought that book(Digital Fortress) long ago, its not difficult here to get just place an online order n book will be on your doorstep.
I do not buy online, do not use card for payments online, technology is two way sword.!Visit to book store is more rewarding, get more time for faniq.!
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#120 | 1741 days ago

raja_starkglass wrote:
I do not buy online, do not use card for payments online, technology is two way sword.!Visit to book store is more rewarding, get more time for faniq.!
 You are wrong man I have bought that book from Forum book store at Kolkata long long ago, just look at the right place you will get everything. All books are available in India at all cities and towns from the day it issues.
#121 | 1741 days ago

Sunny_Boy wrote:
 You are wrong man I have bought that book from Forum book store at Kolkata long long ago, just look at the right place you will get everything. All books are available in India at all cities and towns from the day it issues.
 Thank you for the correction, will be looking out this Saturday, when I go for purchases for body and mind.!
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#122 | 1741 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

woody050681 wrote:
I've read all 123 posts in this thread, Does that count as a book?
Well, I've read all 130.....

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#123 | 1741 days ago

Getting Back to books....  ....Another Fine Myth  by  Robert Asprin
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#124 | 1740 days ago

 
#125 | 1737 days ago
anduaugust (+)

anduaugust wrote:
so how about this book
not much good
tough
not much bad

 
any way 
read books 
maybe u will find reading good
ya it describes national mall well
else it is no good
again about ancient mystrey
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#126 | 1737 days ago

'Dog On It' by Spencer Quinn.
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#127 | 1737 days ago




Really...it was some book like that...I don't read a whole lot in my spare time because I'm constantly reading at work and the last thing I want to do when I get away from the office is read...
#128 | 1737 days ago
carlalbert64 (+)

(Edited by carlalbert64)
 If you like Suspense/CIA/Black Ops books Vince Flynn, IMHO, is even better then Tom Clancy.  He has a new book that just came out and I can't wait to get my hands on it..... the last book I read was his last one Extreme Measures.... awesome book!

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Can't wait to get my hands on this one!


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#129 | 1737 days ago
carlalbert64 (+)

 AND.... if anyone has some recommendations for good black ops/CIA books, I'd love to hear them because once I finish this Vince Flynn book I'll be waiting for his next......
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#130 | 1737 days ago

 the ending is awesome lol
#131 | 1737 days ago

Helen wrote:
Dreamcatcher is one of my favorites.  If you haven't read Insomnia by King, check it out, it's as good as The Stand.
only one book i trust to read, its a BIBLE Its teach me a lot of things specialy how to leave a peacefull life ,how to love enemies,family and friends
#132 | 1737 days ago

Jesus Interrupted; Revelaing the hidden contradictions in the bible (and why we dont know about them); by Dr. Bart Ehrman



very interesting.
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#133 | 1737 days ago

(Edited by johnsward66)
carlalbert64 wrote:
 If you like Suspense/CIA/Black Ops books Vince Flynn, IMHO, is even better then Tom Clancy.  He has a new book that just came out and I can't wait to get my hands on it..... the last book I read was his last one Extreme Measures.... awesome book!

 

 

Can't wait to get my hands on this one!


Have you read the Brad Thor or Barry Eisler books? Mr. Eisler used to work for the "Company".
1. Mystery  2. History  
#134 | 1735 days ago
jes_api (+)

18packabs wrote:
Playboy, October 2009.....

Is that a book? (no offence)...i peek at some pages sometimes...its even banned in my country, but it knows how to get in though!

#135 | 1735 days ago
jes_api (+)

"The Haj" by Leon Uris.....a lot of middle east history in there.
#136 | 1735 days ago
jes_api (+)

Thats one book i dont like but it never leave me alone. The more i read and write it, the more my pocket gets dry!
#137 | 1735 days ago
TVO (+)

 



Journey to the End of the Night


Desolation Angels

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#138 | 1735 days ago
TVO (+)

nyrangers wrote:
Go Dog Go, Dr. Suess.

Well, almost finished
There's a dog party up in a tree....sorry......
#139 | 1735 days ago

New Found Land by Alan Wolfe
#140 | 1729 days ago

Sun Tzu
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#141 | 1727 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

pizzlewizzle wrote:
Sun Tzu
Have you read the "Book of 5 Rings" and/or "Hagakuri"?
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#142 | 1727 days ago

angels and demons
#143 | 1727 days ago

NorseHeathen wrote:
Have you read the "Book of 5 Rings" and/or "Hagakuri"?
Go Rin No Sho, by Miyamoto Musashi.
Best swordsman that ever lived.
I am ready for death because I know what waits.
That is the Way.
1. Mystery  2. History  
#144 | 1719 days ago

johnsward66 wrote:
That's on my "to read list" ... the Lincoln book, not the Witches.   O K    Sense & Sensibility
Team of Rivals is GREAT....also finished President Reagan-The Triumph of Imagination by Richard Reeves.
1. Mystery  2. Biography  
#145 | 1719 days ago
Louisiana_Woman (+)

One of Grisham's best!
1. Mystery  2. History  
#146 | 1719 days ago
Louisiana_Woman (+)

You too??? How can you take over 20 years to write a saga and then end the final book with the same line the first one started with?
1. Mystery  2. History  
#147 | 1719 days ago
Louisiana_Woman (+)

I read, watch football, work, read, watch NASCAR.... ha ha! Right now I am reading Rough Country by John Sandford, just finished the Lost Symbol by Dan Brown.
1. Mystery  2. History  
#148 | 1717 days ago

Just finished Last of the Mohicans. Saddest story I've ever read.
1. Mystery  2. History  
#149 | 1717 days ago
normski77 (+)

plenty autobiographies!
#150 | 1715 days ago

WV_Mountaineer wrote:
The Hunt for Red October.
Try to read all the Jack Ryan books, they are entertaining and informative books.
1. Science-fiction  2. Science-fiction  
#151 | 1715 days ago

johnsward66 wrote:
Don't Know Much About History   by Kenneth Davis
I've read almost all of Davis' books, they are all informative.
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#152 | 1702 days ago

Last book I read, besides the books I read to my 5 yr old boys, was...Glenn Beck's Common Sense. Next on my list of books to read is Arguing with Idiots, also by Glenn Beck.   I also love anything by Patricia Cornwall.
1. Mystery  2. Current Affairs  
#153 | 1701 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

I was extremely lucky and found a hard-bound copy of Æsop's fables in a second-hand bookstore this weekend.  I haven't read the book cover to cover since I was a kid--until yesterday.....heh, heh....
1. Science-fiction  2. History  
#154 | 1701 days ago

LAST WEEK THE WORM READ:
ALL THE BOOK OF VAN DINE
THE RED SNEAK pATTERSON
3 BOOKS ABOUT mAIGRET GERGE SIMENON
FIRE  SARA PARETKY
CROSS PATTERSON
RICOCHET SANDRA BROWN
THIS WEEK I MUST TO WORK VERY HARD, ALL DAY, BOOKS ? A FEW
1. Mystery  2. History  
#155 | 1701 days ago

NorseHeathen wrote:
I was extremely lucky and found a hard-bound copy of Æsop's fables in a second-hand bookstore this weekend.  I haven't read the book cover to cover since I was a kid--until yesterday.....heh, heh....
what a sweet find!
#156 | 1655 days ago
Dragon_Girl2 (+)

Maximum Ride- The Angel Experiment by James Patterson. Fantastic!! I'm going to have to thank my friend Autumn for persuading me- she's obsessed with the books.
1. Fantasy  2. History  
#157 | 1647 days ago

I just bought a new book, haven't read it yet

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