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    William Gibson: Mona Lisa Overdrive (third Sprawl book)
    The Judge Dredd Mega Collection
    Javascript: The Definitive Guide
    Learning Javascript

    Hmm, that's it off the top of my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear foot_Adam View Post
    I'm currently reading The Lords of the North By Bernard Cornwell. This is book 3 of his Saxon series. Tells the story of England during the 9th century and how Alfred the Great united the country. I always go to Bernard for my historical fiction.
    definitely going to have to check it out. I love English history
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    Spirit of the Century: sure, it's a reread, but danged if it doesn't inspire the awesome~ (Now, to find the time to assemble some like-minded folk :P)

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    Dead Beat: Best. Zombie. Evar. You know the one~
    Dancing Skeletons: an anthropologist's return to fieldwork in 1980s Mali; requirement for school, but it's a surprisingly good book.

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    Steven King's "The Eyes of the Dragon"
    And the D&D 4th Dungeon Master's Guide 2

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    good books.

    I am working on Cerebus Book 8 "Women".

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    Drop Judge Dredd and add Comstock Lode (Western ).

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    "Don Quixote" by Miguel Cervantes de Saavedra (I read these two once a year)
    "Physics of the Impossible" by Michio Kaku
    It applies real world science and physics to traditional sci-fi mainstays, like force fields, invisibility, time travel, etc... sort of a mythbusters type of deal.
    And the usual game books, some D&D stuff, some Rifts stuff.
    And a collection of poetry from various influential artists of the last few centuries (ranging from the early 1600's to the early 1900's) that I skip around in and keep handy for shots to the spirit and trips to the bathroom...
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    Are you serious? You read "Don Quixote" once a year? Yikes! There are other books out there you know...books that are a lot better. I'm going to have to really razz you about this the next time I see you.
    "Plan?...There ain't no plan!" - Pigkiller

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    Finished Shamanslayer. It was a good read and this author did incredibly well writing about adventures in forests. He definitely ended it leaving no doubt to his readers that their will be another slayer book to come, most likely called--and this is my guess--Undeadslayer.
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    I'm between books. don't know what to read. history, sci-fi, or fantasy. Can't buy a book this week so I have to pick something from my library.
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    I am reading "Selected Stories" by Guy De Maupassant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkhemedes View Post
    Are you serious? You read "Don Quixote" once a year? Yikes! There are other books out there you know...books that are a lot better. I'm going to have to really razz you about this the next time I see you.
    heh heh

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    I'm currently reading Mathias Thulmann: Witch Hunter, an omnibus, by C.L. Werner.
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    Mona Lisa Overdrive (I put it down to read the two westerns) and my wife found some Young Adult book at the library dollar sale. Gil's All Fright Diner. It's actually pretty funny so far. Zombie Jersey Cows "Mooo ooo ooo ooooooo"

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