With winter not quite here yet, even with a job I seem to have an abundance of free time during the week... So hook it up with some suggestions of some good books, I mean books I can really sink my teeth into, something I'll wanna sit down and read in a night. +k for legit responses
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My favorite fucking song, is Lets get it started by the black eyed peas
Well, I mean I heard that if you in a get it out...
Stevens. Stay away from baker, all it does is rain, which makes for horrible snow pack causing some of the biggest avalanches in the world, like they're fucking massive man. All the locals do is bitch about fucking canadians coming down, and crashing there Audi S4's on the 542. Fuck this shit just stay in NH.-Bakerpow
A novel about an english professor recovering from losing his family in a tragic plane crash who finds something to preoccupy his time and ends up spending his time, money, and love pursuing it. Sounds gay as fuck but it is AMAZING.
Not many people know about it. Find it at B&N. You're welcome beforehand.
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"Burn in the depths of hell for bumping a 2001 thread." -Poems
I read The Phantom Tollbooth in 4th grade. It is the closest thing to a psychedelic experience I've had with a book.
Now I'm reading Ancient Gonzo Wisdom: Interviews with Hunter S. Thompson. An average interview is 20 pages, but they are crazy. Interviewing an interviewer. He wrote a ton of books, including Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and was a regular contributor (interviewer) for Rolling Stone mag. In the 70s he joined the Hells Angels just to go undercover and write about him. When he revealed himself, the only reason they didn't kill him is because they had so much respect for the guy. He blew his brains out in 2006. Page turner for sure.
A Perfect Day for a Bananafish is a Sallinger short story that will take you ten minutes. Also, Edgar Allan is da man.
This too, excellent read. Harry Turtledove's alt WWII books are damn good. Found in fantasy or sci-fi section. THey arent all silly beats and unicorns kinda books they're based around like what if Japan invaded HAwaii in WWII.
And the military section has lots of good books as well.
Oh. I didn't know that. I learned a little french but I don't know any dutch or really any other middle eastern languages.
I just started re-reading The Hobbit last week. As well as just re-watched the LOTR movies. Stoked!!!
I just finished up book 4 of "Song of Ice and Fire", but don't want to spend the $40 on the hard cover of book 5 and the paperback doesn't come out till like March or something so I figured it's a good time to brush up on my Middle Earth.
Last night at dinner I was looking at my Tolkien collection and had a crazy thought about re reading the whole thing, but I don't know if I can handle that much with full on winter just over the horizon. Have you ever read "The Silmarillion" and/or "The Unfinished Tales"? If you're a Tolkien fan it's worth checking out for sure.
really good story line and interesting plot. You learn a lot of interesting things about America too that is cool. Not politics wise or stuff like that. I never read and hardly ever have but for some reason this book grabbed me really well.
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Do you think pros have fun when they are training so they can win comps and put food on the table to support their baby momma? Fuck fun its all about the Cash serious people need to eating and eating is not always fun
"half of ns isn't old enough to care about this shit and the other half is too high to do anything about it"
Maybe not what you're looking for, but I've been super stoked on George Saunders lately. His short stories are awesome, super funny with a great writing style and sense of humor. I'd really recommend The Braindead Megaphone if you're looking for some giggles.
Jib life- sure- next thing you know skiers will be doing triples and a black guy will be president
Rather have 2 fathers who actually want to raise the kid and are good at it than 2 cunts, one of whom has a vagina.
If you are into fantasy and like lord of the rings, I suggest you read the Eragon series. Sure they may be aimed at a bit younger audience, but with the 4 books in the series, they easily total 3500 pages. READ THEM IN ORDER. That might go without saying but whatever. Only start if you have plenty of time because the books are hard to put down, especially the last one which is my second favorite book, behind East of Eden for obvious reasons.
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