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    by X-Thor » Fri May 03, 2013 7:03 pm

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    by Malaka » Sat May 04, 2013 4:48 am

    I just finished reading this:

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    There were some funny parts, but overall it was pretty depressing... just like Detroit. I'd like to let the readers draw their own conclusions, but I had difficulty with the Michael Moore-esque quest to expose some of the dirt that goes down there. Not that it doesn't happen, and he's a journalist, but it's the purposeful lack of unbiased journalism that he admitted in the story. Not to mention the pity party of his life and the lives of other Detroiters. He's obviously pissed off at city leadership and at life in general, but nothing has changed in the last 50+ years, and nothing will change.
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    by korpens-saga » Sat May 04, 2013 10:34 am

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    by lillumsama » Tue May 07, 2013 8:26 pm

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    Awesome! I just finished reading Dance of Dragons and found this book among the stuff I bought ages ago and hadn't begun reading. I've only read a few pages so far, but I think it's got promise!
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    by Inquisitor » Wed May 08, 2013 8:02 am

    lillumsama wrote:
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    Awesome! I just finished reading Dance of Dragons and found this book among the stuff I bought ages ago and hadn't begun reading. I've only read a few pages so far, but I think it's got promise!


    After your done that, i suggest....

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    Extremely entertaining, not to mention Mages who use gunpowder like Cocaine.... Yup, true story.
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    by lillumsama » Wed May 08, 2013 10:12 pm

    Inquisitor wrote:
    lillumsama wrote:
    Inquisitor wrote:Image


    Awesome! I just finished reading Dance of Dragons and found this book among the stuff I bought ages ago and hadn't begun reading. I've only read a few pages so far, but I think it's got promise!


    After your done that, i suggest....

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    Extremely entertaining, not to mention Mages who use gunpowder like Cocaine.... Yup, true story.


    Gunpowder like Cocaine

    Fuck, now this sounds interesting! I'll be sure to check it out :D
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    by DrinkMoxie » Thu May 09, 2013 6:35 am

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    Re: What book are you reading at the moment ?

    by Speedy » Thu May 30, 2013 11:38 am

    Just finished A Game of Thrones for the second time, A Clash of Kings up next. You really get a lot more details and deeper plot points the second time.
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    Re: What book are you reading at the moment ?

    by Stained Class » Thu May 30, 2013 11:56 am

    Speedy wrote:Just finished A Game of Thrones for the second time, A Clash of Kings up next. You really get a lot more details and deeper plot points the second time.

    I'm so slow getting through the second one. If I had gone as fast as the first one I'd be half way through 4 already. I have like 200 pages left on Clash Of Kings.
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    by X-Thor » Thu May 30, 2013 10:53 pm

    viathyn wrote:Image

    I just finished it. I liked it a lot.
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    by viathyn » Fri May 31, 2013 8:54 am

    X-Thor wrote:
    viathyn wrote:Image

    I just finished it. I liked it a lot.

    Nice!
    I haven't had a bunch of time lately, so I'm only about 100 pages in but I'm rather intrigued so far! I really enjoy the writing style; It's metaphorical and descriptive without being overly long-winded like, say, GRRM.

    Kvothe is a pretty cool character.

    I have to say, honestly, I was pretty drawn in by the first page (the prologue). It had a certain flair and hook within the final lines that really made me want to keep reading.

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    IT WAS NIGHT AGAIN. The Waystone Inn lay in silence, and it was a silence of three parts.

    The most obvious part was a hollow, echoing quiet, made by things that were lacking. If there had been a wind it would have sighed through the trees, set the inn’s sign creaking on its hooks, and brushed the silence down the road like trailing autumn leaves. If there had been a crowd, even a handful of men inside the inn, they would have filled the silence with conversation and laughter, the clatter and clamor one expects from a drinking house during the dark hours of night. If there had been music…but no, of course there was no music. In fact there were none of these things, and so the silence remained.

    Inside the Waystone a pair of men huddled at one corner of the bar. They drank with quiet determination, avoiding serious discussions of troubling news. In doing this they added a small, sullen silence to the larger, hollow one. It made an alloy of sorts, a counterpoint.

    The third silence was not an easy thing to notice. If you listened for an hour, you might begin to feel it in the wooden floor underfoot and in the rough, splintering barrels behind the bar. It was in the weight of the black stone hearth that held the heat of a long dead fire. It was in the slow back and forth of a white linen cloth rubbing along the grain of the bar. And it was in the hands of the man who stood there, polishing a stretch of mahogany that already gleamed in the lamplight.

    The man had true-red hair, red as flame. His eyes were dark and distant, and he moved with the subtle certainty that comes from knowing many things.

    The Waystone was his, just as the third silence was his. This was appropriate, as it was the greatest silence of the three, wrapping the others inside itself. It was deep and wide as autumn’s ending. It was heavy as a great river-smooth stone. It was the patient, cut-flower sound of a man who is waiting to die.
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    by LadyBlackfhyre » Fri May 31, 2013 12:28 pm

    alright Hector - Charlie and I have decided that we are going to read Wheel of Time......I'm just waiting on one book to come out that I need to read and then I will start it!

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    by X-Thor » Fri May 31, 2013 10:52 pm

    LadyBlackfhyre wrote:alright Hector - Charlie and I have decided that we are going to read Wheel of Time......I'm just waiting on one book to come out that I need to read and then I will start it!


    Yessssssssssss!

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    by NuuX » Sat Jun 01, 2013 5:42 am

    Going to try my hand at brewing home beer, so I'm knee deep in this book:

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    by tanival87 » Tue Jun 18, 2013 4:17 pm

    I love this book (Battle Royale). I find dystopian literature very interesting, specially if it's a book that you've been looking for years :) but I must admit that I have the bad habit of reading between 2 and 4 books at the same time and that's why it takes me ages to finish them hahaha. Right now I'm rereading this one and The Silmarillion, and I'm planning to begin with Adventures of Huckleberry Finn this weekend :D hahaha And, supposedly, I should be reading Game of Thrones, but I haven't been able to finish it because I always leave it for later since I always find something more interesting to read (It's been like 6 months since I started it, maybe more) hahaha

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    by sageoftruth » Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:54 am

    tanival87 wrote:I love this book (Battle Royale). I find dystopian literature very interesting, specially if it's a book that you've been looking for years :) but I must admit that I have the bad habit of reading between 2 and 4 books at the same time and that's why it takes me ages to finish them hahaha. Right now I'm rereading this one and The Silmarillion, and I'm planning to begin with Adventures of Huckleberry Finn this weekend :D hahaha And, supposedly, I should be reading Game of Thrones, but I haven't been able to finish it because I always leave it for later since I always find something more interesting to read (It's been like 6 months since I started it, maybe more) hahaha

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    Yeah, that seems to happen as you get older. I'm currently juggling Atlas Shrugged, a psychology book called "Frames of Mind" and a ton of different comic books that I have stored on my iPad. I'm also studying computer science on iTunes U, so some computer science articles keep getting wedged in there as well.
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    by Stained Class » Wed Jun 19, 2013 12:53 pm

    Done book 2. Longest book I've ever read in my life :lol: On to book 3!
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    by tanival87 » Wed Jun 19, 2013 5:12 pm

    sageoftruth wrote:
    tanival87 wrote:I love this book (Battle Royale). I find dystopian literature very interesting, specially if it's a book that you've been looking for years :) but I must admit that I have the bad habit of reading between 2 and 4 books at the same time and that's why it takes me ages to finish them hahaha. Right now I'm rereading this one and The Silmarillion, and I'm planning to begin with Adventures of Huckleberry Finn this weekend :D hahaha And, supposedly, I should be reading Game of Thrones, but I haven't been able to finish it because I always leave it for later since I always find something more interesting to read (It's been like 6 months since I started it, maybe more) hahaha

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    Yeah, that seems to happen as you get older. I'm currently juggling Atlas Shrugged, a psychology book called "Frames of Mind" and a ton of different comic books that I have stored on my iPad. I'm also studying computer science on iTunes U, so some computer science articles keep getting wedged in there as well.


    I've heard a lot of Atlas Shrugged because of the movies. I really want to see them, but I don't like watching movies from books I haven't read :S maybe after I finish this school period and I have more time, I will start reading it if I manage to find it D: haha Because I also want to read "Infinite Jest" by Foster Wallace (which, by the way, is also a dystopian book hahaha) and that one is easier to find here in Mexico.
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    I read some Ayn Rand when I was in university. Ugh. Never again. Insufferable woman, insufferable characters.
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    X-Thor wrote:I read some Ayn Rand when I was in university. Ugh. Never again. Insufferable woman, insufferable characters.


    I'll have to read it so I can give my opinion D: because I'm kind of strange when it comes to books. Sometimes I like books people don't, and don't like books people love hahaha (i.e. Harry Potter, A Song of Ice and Fire, Hunger Games)
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    tanival87 wrote:
    X-Thor wrote:I read some Ayn Rand when I was in university. Ugh. Never again. Insufferable woman, insufferable characters.


    and don't like books people love hahaha (i.e. Harry Potter, A Song of Ice and Fire, Hunger Games)


    I don't think we can be friends... :P

    Seriously, though, Ayn Rand's book are just pages and pages justifying her being an asshole. :?
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    X-Thor wrote:
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    X-Thor wrote:I read some Ayn Rand when I was in university. Ugh. Never again. Insufferable woman, insufferable characters.


    and don't like books people love hahaha (i.e. Harry Potter, A Song of Ice and Fire, Hunger Games)


    I don't think we can be friends... :P

    Seriously, though, Ayn Rand's book are just pages and pages justifying her being an asshole. :?


    What a shame, guess I'll have to learn to live without your friendship :( hahahaha it's just that, unless the saga captures my attention since the very beginning, I hate when they're as long as hell D: And the only ones that have managed to make that and I ended loving with all my heart, are The Lord of the Rings and all the stories that came with it, and The Chronicles of Narnia hehe but Narnia maybe it's because I like Children literature every now and then :)
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    tanival87 wrote:
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    tanival87 wrote:I love this book (Battle Royale). I find dystopian literature very interesting, specially if it's a book that you've been looking for years :) but I must admit that I have the bad habit of reading between 2 and 4 books at the same time and that's why it takes me ages to finish them hahaha. Right now I'm rereading this one and The Silmarillion, and I'm planning to begin with Adventures of Huckleberry Finn this weekend :D hahaha And, supposedly, I should be reading Game of Thrones, but I haven't been able to finish it because I always leave it for later since I always find something more interesting to read (It's been like 6 months since I started it, maybe more) hahaha

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    Yeah, that seems to happen as you get older. I'm currently juggling Atlas Shrugged, a psychology book called "Frames of Mind" and a ton of different comic books that I have stored on my iPad. I'm also studying computer science on iTunes U, so some computer science articles keep getting wedged in there as well.


    I've heard a lot of Atlas Shrugged because of the movies. I really want to see them, but I don't like watching movies from books I haven't read :S maybe after I finish this school period and I have more time, I will start reading it if I manage to find it D: haha Because I also want to read "Infinite Jest" by Foster Wallace (which, by the way, is also a dystopian book hahaha) and that one is easier to find here in Mexico.


    I also heard that Atlus Shrugged made a pretty poor movie. I've heard that pretty much everything in the book is used for the sake of arguing Ayn Rand's philosophy, so nothing really happens in it that would look all that interesting on a screen.
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    the movie has suffered because of bad business choices and attempts to have ties with politics... a shame, cause the book was pretty amazing.
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    by sageoftruth » Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:09 pm

    DrinkMoxie wrote:the movie has suffered because of bad business choices and attempts to have ties with politics... a shame, cause the book was pretty amazing.


    It's been a struggle to get through lately. I'm only 70 pages in right now, but it seems like Ayn Rand has a problem with people who feel things. All her main protagonists so far are human robots who feel nothing and only have passion for their jobs, while everyone else is being framed like inferior breeds of human who refuse to acknowledge their role as servants of Ms. Rand's master race.

    *Mild spoiler*
    My initial impression of Mr. Rearden was pretty poor. Thinking that his family hates him because they're jealous of his success not long after he acknowledges that he doesn't care about them anymore. He thinks he can't win with his family because he's successful and they're not, but it's because he doesn't care about them and no empty gesture is going to hide that. I'm hoping he'll undergo a revalation of some sort later in the book. I'd hate to find out that Ayn Rand pictured him as infallible when she created him.

    On the other hand, I really admire her writing style. It's very descriptive, and I'm hoping it'll rub off on me in my writing.
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    DrinkMoxie wrote:the movie has suffered because of bad business choices and attempts to have ties with politics... a shame, cause the book was pretty amazing.


    Attempts? The book is about politics... :P
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    sageoftruth wrote:
    DrinkMoxie wrote:the movie has suffered because of bad business choices and attempts to have ties with politics... a shame, cause the book was pretty amazing.


    It's been a struggle to get through lately. I'm only 70 pages in right now, but it seems like Ayn Rand has a problem with people who feel things. All her main protagonists so far are human robots who feel nothing and only have passion for their jobs, while everyone else is being framed like inferior breeds of human who refuse to acknowledge their role as servants of Ms. Rand's master race.

    *Mild spoiler*
    My initial impression of Mr. Rearden was pretty poor. Thinking that his family hates him because they're jealous of his success not long after he acknowledges that he doesn't care about them anymore. He thinks he can't win with his family because he's successful and they're not, but it's because he doesn't care about them and no empty gesture is going to hide that. I'm hoping he'll undergo a revalation of some sort later in the book. I'd hate to find out that Ayn Rand pictured him as infallible when she created him.

    On the other hand, I really admire her writing style. It's very descriptive, and I'm hoping it'll rub off on me in my writing.


    I just love when there are divided opinions about books because it makes me want to read them even more hehe Until now, the few people I know that have read it have told me that it's amazing or that they hated it...
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    tanival87 wrote:
    sageoftruth wrote:
    DrinkMoxie wrote:the movie has suffered because of bad business choices and attempts to have ties with politics... a shame, cause the book was pretty amazing.


    It's been a struggle to get through lately. I'm only 70 pages in right now, but it seems like Ayn Rand has a problem with people who feel things. All her main protagonists so far are human robots who feel nothing and only have passion for their jobs, while everyone else is being framed like inferior breeds of human who refuse to acknowledge their role as servants of Ms. Rand's master race.

    *Mild spoiler*
    My initial impression of Mr. Rearden was pretty poor. Thinking that his family hates him because they're jealous of his success not long after he acknowledges that he doesn't care about them anymore. He thinks he can't win with his family because he's successful and they're not, but it's because he doesn't care about them and no empty gesture is going to hide that. I'm hoping he'll undergo a revalation of some sort later in the book. I'd hate to find out that Ayn Rand pictured him as infallible when she created him.

    On the other hand, I really admire her writing style. It's very descriptive, and I'm hoping it'll rub off on me in my writing.


    I just love when there are divided opinions about books because it makes me want to read them even more hehe Until now, the few people I know that have read it have told me that it's amazing or that they hated it...


    We'll see. I'm just getting started right now. Perhaps I was supposed to dislike those characters. Well-written characters tend to develop and there's still about 1000 pages left for that to happen.
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    So, I'm like this crazy insane - been-a-librarian person for 24 years - and I always have a ridiculously huge pile of books in my house...most recent one i checked out is (but have not read yet) is:
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    sageoftruth wrote:
    tanival87 wrote:
    sageoftruth wrote:
    It's been a struggle to get through lately. I'm only 70 pages in right now, but it seems like Ayn Rand has a problem with people who feel things. All her main protagonists so far are human robots who feel nothing and only have passion for their jobs, while everyone else is being framed like inferior breeds of human who refuse to acknowledge their role as servants of Ms. Rand's master race.

    *Mild spoiler*
    My initial impression of Mr. Rearden was pretty poor. Thinking that his family hates him because they're jealous of his success not long after he acknowledges that he doesn't care about them anymore. He thinks he can't win with his family because he's successful and they're not, but it's because he doesn't care about them and no empty gesture is going to hide that. I'm hoping he'll undergo a revalation of some sort later in the book. I'd hate to find out that Ayn Rand pictured him as infallible when she created him.

    On the other hand, I really admire her writing style. It's very descriptive, and I'm hoping it'll rub off on me in my writing.


    I just love when there are divided opinions about books because it makes me want to read them even more hehe Until now, the few people I know that have read it have told me that it's amazing or that they hated it...


    We'll see. I'm just getting started right now. Perhaps I was supposed to dislike those characters. Well-written characters tend to develop and there's still about 1000 pages left for that to happen.



    Guess you can't judge a 1000 pages book by reading only 70 hehe I'll still have to wait at least another 3 months to start reading it anyway :( For now I'll just keep up with Battle Royale and The Silmarillion while I start looking for Infinite Jest.
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    Laura wrote:So, I'm like this crazy insane - been-a-librarian person for 24 years - and I always have a ridiculously huge pile of books in my house...most recent one i checked out is (but have not read yet) is:
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    That one seems very interesting. I like books that explain how music works :D If you're a librarian, maybe you've already read this one, but I loved this book! So if you haven't read it yet, I strongly recomend Musicophilia by Oliver Sacks :D

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    tanival87 wrote:For now I'll just keep up with Battle Royale and The Silmarillion while I start looking for Infinite Jest.


    Infinite Jest was entertaining. Started to get bored with it by the time I finished.
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    Atlas Shrugged is a tough read, mo doubt. It starts dry, andthe payoff definitely comes later. And yes, liking it does seem mostly black & white... I find it has the opposite fanbase of Catcher In The Rye, typically.
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    Thanks for the heads up about the Musicophilia book, tanival. :D It turns out we have several copies where I work, so I'll take a look at it for sure. And...haha - when I said I have a ridiculously huge pile of books at home, I was referring to the 10-20 or more library books that I have checked out at any given time sitting atop my bedside table. Every day I see so many more books I want to read and it's almost frustrating because I am surrounded by tens of thousands in the arts department alone (where I work)....not to mention all the other subjects I seek out and am interested in. Because of this - I have read non-fiction almost exclusively all of my adult life.

    The David Byrne book caught my eye because I am such a long time fan of Talking Heads and everything else he has been involved with. Here is a description of the book (which as I said earlier, I have not started yet, but plan to this weekend).
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