What book are you currently reading? (Page 4)

Metaphorguy 
Metaphorguy: How do you read a bunch of books with your eyes all messed up like that?
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oh_good_laughs
oh_good_laughs: Juba, reading the back cover of a book really doesn't count.. just saying
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ColonelKusanagi
ColonelKusanagi: glasses ...
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Juba_The_Sniper
Juba_The_Sniper: 'Juba, reading the back cover of a book really doesn't count.. just saying'

Something im sure you can relate too, particularly when it comes to science textbooks.

'How does one Science Theory?!? Herp! Derp!' - Lord Beelzebub (aka Risen-Sun)
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Juba_The_Sniper
Juba_The_Sniper: risen_sun86

for anyone who has ever wondered why risen uses '86' after his name

8x6 = 48

4+8 = 12 also (6+6 = 12) 66 and if we add the remaining 6 we get 666

The number of the beast!!! Need any further convincing that risen_sun is indeed an agent of Lucifer!
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oh_good_laughs
oh_good_laughs: Juba.. i've.. never.. looked.. at.. it.. like.. that.. before

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Juba_The_Sniper
Juba_The_Sniper: Currently browsing the Codex Gigas (aka The Devil's Bible) by Anon

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codex_Gigas
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summer501
summer501: well am reading Tinkers by Paul Harding and am no really enjoying it ..
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arabellla
arabellla: I'm reading "The girl who played with fire" Stieg Larsson. I don't know why but the book makes me feel sick at heart and I feel physically ill while reading it, but still can't give up...
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Metaphorguy 
Metaphorguy: The Art of Knowing by Christopher Langan, Flawless: Inside the Largest Diamond Heist in History, and Faust by Goethe.
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vivv_00
vivv_00: 'Left To Tell' by Immaculee Ilibigaza

experiences in Rwanda during tribal mass killings
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Drain_Bammage
Drain_Bammage: The Anarchist Cookbook by William Powell

Its a book that contains instructions for the manufacture of explosives, rudimentary telecommunications phreaking devices, and other items.
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Juba_The_Sniper
Juba_The_Sniper: 'The Anarchist Cookbook'

lol'd at the recipe for making napalm!
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Bell214
Bell214: The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss
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oh_good_laughs
oh_good_laughs: Bell, i'm about to buy that, i'm reading 'The Name of the Wind' right now. I'm really starting to get into it.
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Samma
Samma: I'm reading Natascha Kampusch - 3096 days.
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Tatilove
Tatilove: I'm currently reading "La fille de papier" by Guillaume Musso. I read one of his books and loved it, so I wanted to try a new one.
I just started reading the book really, chapter 9.
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Sarcastic Dots
Sarcastic Dots: Nothing to Envy by Barbara Demick

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nothing_to_Envy
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gazebograndma
gazebograndma: Reading an easy reading book for out on the deck on days off.....THE HELP. Going to see the movie this weekend as think it will be good as book is.
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busisiwe81
busisiwe81: I am currently reading Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert and Married Lovers by Jackie Collins
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UnicornedBeef
UnicornedBeef: the green mile - stephen king
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Altesidora
Altesidora: The Girl Who Played With Fire - Stieg Larsson.

Highly recommended to everybody.. If you havent read `The Girl With Dragon Tattoo` yet; just start with that one : )))
(Edited by Altesidora)
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METALHEAD diehard
METALHEAD diehard: person above thats the best book ive read. the lisabeth is just amazing. sometimes i think its too awesome for a person to be that kool.

Legend of Drizzit - Homecoming
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Altesidora
Altesidora: i think millenium serie is one of the best ive ever read too..

and i agree with you about lisbeth totally.. i love the way about erikas relationships too.. she is just amazing for me..
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Perdurabo
Perdurabo: White Gold: The Extraordinary Story of Thomas Pellow and North Africa's One Million European Slaves by Giles Milton

The story of Thomas Pellow, a Cornish cabin boy who was captured at sea by a group of fanatical Islamic slave traders—the Barbary corsairs, taken in chains to the great slave markets of Algiers, Tunis and Salè in Morocco and sold to the highest bidder. Pellow’s purchaser happened to be the tyrannical sultan of Morroco, Moulay Ismail, a man committed to building a vast imperial pleasure palace of unsurpassable splendour built entirely by Christian slave labour. After enduring long periods of torture Pellow converted to Islam and became the personal slave of the sultan for over two decades—including a stint as a soldier in the sultan’s army—before finally making a dramatic escape and return to Cornwall. The account is supported by the unpublished letters and manuscripts of slaves and the various ambassadors sent to free them. This is an excellently written account of the history of the white slave trade. Pellow’s story is an extraordinary one but the real interest lies in the picture Milton builds of life in the slave pens and especially of daily life at the court of the spectacularly barbaric Moulay Ismail.
(Edited by Perdurabo)
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