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    Default What was the last book you read?

    Book? Yes books!

    Anyone here still reading them?

    I recently started with Lee Child's book Killing Floor, finished it within a week and am now nearly done with his second book, Die Trying. I have to say books grab my attention much more then movies do but it's a pain in the as to roll a joint while reading a book

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    Book? Yes books!

    Anyone here still reading them?

    I recently started with Lee Child's book Killing Floor, finished it within a week and am now nearly done with his second book, Die Trying. I have to say books grab my attention much more then movies do but it's a pain in the as to roll a joint while reading a book
    Started reading killing floor too, my attention span isnt all that great so im probably halfway through about 5 or 6 books

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    Quote Originally Posted by WF420 View Post
    Started reading killing floor too, my attention span isnt all that great so im probably halfway through about 5 or 6 books
    But it's a good book right? Was a bit surprised that the second book all of the sudden was written in 3rd person instead of 1st.
    Have you got any recommendations of similar stuff?

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    I have been on bit of a soul searching and recovery journey, so the 2 books that I have completed and have been most impactful for me have been:

    Deconverted by Seth Andrews
    Godless by Dan Barker

    I am almost at the end of Richard Dawkins' Outgrowing God. The last bit I find drags on a bit but the guy is a heavy weight.

    Gonna be reading Eckhart Tolle, Joe Dispenza next.

    At least these are the ones that I am willing to share LOL!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valentina View Post

    At least these are the ones that I am willing to share LOL!!!
    The rest being Danielle Steele then...no one admits to reading those

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    Quote Originally Posted by AND View Post
    The rest being Danielle Steele then...no one admits to reading those


    I have actually managed to have never read any!

    Funny, I have never really been into fiction, besides religion, that is.

    There is a crap tonne of book samples on my kindle. If they are not self help stuff, they are spirituality or related topics. William Buhlman, HP Lovecraft, Damien Echols and so on. There just aren't enough hours in the day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valentina View Post


    I have actually managed to have never read any!

    Funny, I have never really been into fiction, besides religion, that is.

    There is a crap tonne of book samples on my kindle. If they are not self help stuff, they are spirituality or related topics. William Buhlman, HP Lovecraft, Damien Echols and so on. There just aren't enough hours in the day!
    You read The Celestine Prophecy series? I really liked those. Still fiction btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AND View Post
    The rest being Danielle Steele then...no one admits to reading those
    Mills and Boone for me I'm reading the Malcolm X autobiography, fancied it after watching Godfather of Harlem. Gonna have a look for a decent book on civil rights movement of the 60s, few I've seen are more text books.

    Cple of good reads that stick out are Acid row by minette walters and Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz, the latter being one of the best fiction stories I've ever read..ever lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    You read The Celestine Prophecy series? I really liked those. Still fiction btw.
    Just had a quick glance on Amazon...! The title rings a bell but I generally don't do fiction so it might be quite a while before I get to them though!

    The last "big" fiction series I read was by Stephen Donaldson, Chronicles of Thomas Covenant. Basically Lord Of The Rings type of stuff. Never got through the 3rd book LOL! Yeah, it was fun with mystical creatures and journeying, but after a while I found that is just wasn't really for me

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    I am not a reader at all but the last book i did read was "Bury my heart at wounded knee" real tragic story about the massacre of native Americans at wounded knee, strangely enough genocide that happened around the world is brought to attention by worldwide media but in my opinion there was no bigger genocide than the slaying and persecution of millions of Native Americans which is rarely brought to attention "don't get me started"
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    Quote Originally Posted by G' View Post
    I am not a reader at all but the last book i did read was "Bury my heart at wounded knee" real tragic story about the massacre of native Americans at wounded knee, strangely enough genocide that happened around the world is brought to attention by worldwide media but in my opinion there was no bigger genocide than the slaying and persecution of millions of Native Americans which is rarely brought to attention "don't get me started"
    History is written by the victors mate

    Did the book get into how pretty much all the buffalo were murdered to disrupt the natives food supply?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    History is written by the victors mate

    Did the book get into how pretty much all the buffalo were murdered to disrupt the natives food supply?
    Yeah mate they slaughtered millions to the very edge of extinction.

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    Only remember reading 3 books over my life, one of them was the last Indian War in 1903, can't remember the name of the book, but there was A John Wayne Movie made around the time of the war, called Chritizen or something like that. Good book, only one Indian surive the attack. There was 25,000 Simionals from Florida, that died from disease that the people brought from across the pond as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshot View Post
    Only remember reading 3 books over my life, one of them was the last Indian War in 1903, can't remember the name of the book, but there was A John Wayne Movie made around the time of the war, called Chritizen or something like that. Good book, only one Indian surive the attack. There was 25,000 Simionals from Florida, that died from disease that the people brought from across the pond as well.
    Yes a lot died from desease strange how until then they were pretty much desease free..

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    Quote Originally Posted by G' View Post
    Yes a lot died from desease strange how until then they were pretty much desease free..
    Because the filthy scum from Europe brought it all over, that was the time when piss and shit was just dumped out onto the street from the houses in the cities. Before proper hygiene practices.
    The Europeans grew up in that mess so had some natural immunity which the Native Americans didn't have because they had better hygiene practices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshot View Post
    Only remember reading 3 books over my life, one of them was the last Indian War in 1903, can't remember the name of the book, but there was A John Wayne Movie made around the time of the war, called Chritizen or something like that. Good book, only one Indian surive the attack. There was 25,000 Simionals from Florida, that died from disease that the people brought from across the pond as well.
    Mclintock, was the name of the movie. Got it mix up.

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