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    I didn't realize that I liked to read until after college. You know how it is, once you are no longer required to do something you might find that you actually enjoy said activity. When I told my friend that I wasn't much of a science fiction fan he recommended Ender's Game. I loved it and will probably continue with the series.

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    last book I read (Just finished it before work today was the Ruby Knight - by David Eddings
    it's book two of the Elenium Trilogy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grind_Bastard View Post
    Last Read: Harlan Coben - Live Wire, a Myron Bolitar story.

    Currently reading: John Kennedy Toole - A Confederacy of Dunces, hilarious, and they tell me it gets better.

    Next in line: Truman Capote - In Cold Blood.
    In Cold Blood is terrific!

    I must recommend "Midnight Express" by Billy Hayes. True story. The movie version like most movies provides bullshit to be entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Cranium View Post
    In Cold Blood is terrific!

    I must recommend "Midnight Express" by Billy Hayes. True story. The movie version like most movies provides bullshit to be entertaining.
    I will definitely check that out! Haha.. I keep reading everything you say with a Triple H voice in the back of my mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDevilsAdvocate View Post
    I will definitely check that out! Haha.. I keep reading everything you say with a Triple H voice in the back of my mind.

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    Lol, yeah that was Triple H when he was messing with Rtruth and doing the crazy face.

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    Re-read. Snow Crash is pretty much the greatest cyberpunk book ever - more enjoyable and aged a lot better than Neuromancer. (the other titan of the genre) Essential reading for the sci-fi fan.

    About to start reading:


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    Chris Jericho's Lion Tale great book. Currently reading Jericho's Undisputed
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    I wasn't as impressed with Undisputed as I was with A Lion's Tale. Mostly because at least half of the book is about his shenanigans with Fozzy, (which I really couldn't care less about) but I found the general storytelling just wasn't as compelling in this book. Probably because it reads like "here is what happened at [date X]" for the most part, whereas A Lion's Tale had more of a fluid story arc of a man trying to achieve his dream.


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