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Re-reading [url="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Making-Killing-Explosive-Story-Hired/dp/0753512343/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1243065765&sr=8-1"]Making a Killing[/url] by James Ashcroft non-fiction about his time as a PMC in Iraq, i will be re-reading [url="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sniper-One-Blistering-British-Battle/dp/0718149947"]Sniper One[/url] shortly as well about a squad of snipers in the 1st Battallion PWRR.

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Just finished reading Jon Krakauer's [i]Into the Wild[/i] which I liked a lot more than the movie. The book fleshes out certain characters that were only briefly mentioned in the movie. I'll pick up Michio Kaku's [i]Einstein's Cosmos[/i] next.

I'm also studying Jeremy Silman's [i]The Amateur's Mind[/i] which is a really good chess book in my opinion.

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[quote name='mokthraka' post='591026698' date='May 22 2009, 23:54']Rainbow six by Tom Clancy
and Splinter cell Checkmate (read one at school and one at home)[/quote]

BIg Clancy fan -

I have many of his 1st Editions autographed - but Rainbow Six was good, and the net force stuff.

But my favorite is "Without Remorse"

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Just started reading [i]The Google Story[/i] by [i]David A. Vise[/i].

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[url="http://www.amazon.com/Stadt-tr%C3%A4umenden-B%C3%BCcher-Walter-Moers/dp/3492045499/ref=sr_1_21?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1243068965&sr=8-21"]Die Stadt der tr

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Currently reading 'Kethani' by Eric Brown

Up next is 'The Border Trilogy' by Cormac McCarthy and 'A Second Chance at Eden' by Peter F. Hamilton.

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vince flnn - extreme measures

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Gideon's Spies: The Secret History of the Mossad Edited by ranasrule

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Nothing to Lose - Lee Child

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I'm reading through the LOTR books by J.R.R. Tolkein

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Angels & Demons - Dan Brown.

It was an impulse buy,

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I bought Watchmen last month, haven't started it yet because of exams. Will give me something to do between all the gaming over summer :p

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[url="http://www.amazon.com/Africa-World-History-2nd-MySearchLab/dp/0136154387/"]Africa in World History[/url]

I'll be posting on this thread often! :)

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[url="http://www.amazon.com/Lullaby-Chuck-Palahniuk/dp/0385722192"] "The Lullaby" by Chuck Palahniuk [/url]

[img]http://www.chrissloley.com/USERIMAGES/lullaby.jpg[/img]

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[quote name='DrunknMunky' post='591027600' date='May 23 2009, 13:41']I bought Watchmen last month, haven't started it yet because of exams. Will give me something to do between all the gaming over summer :p[/quote]

Watchmen Graphic Novel is epic :yes:

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[img]http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/18727/Tumblr/reading.png[/img]

up to the 3rd book!

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This thread sure in short considering it's age. Anyway I've been digging into Dune and so far I like it.

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[quote name='Cold Blood' post='591534172' date='Sep 4 2009, 15:57']This thread sure in short considering it's age. Anyway I've been digging into Dune and so far I like it.[/quote]

Well it died and I brought it back haha infact under the search there is 2 just like it and even older :p like 2004 :rofl:

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'Fallen Angels' - Mike Lee

Part of the Horus Heresy series from Warhammer 40k. This will be the...6th one, I've read in about 2 months. Cool series.

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I'm currently re-reading [url="http://www.amazon.com/Neuromancer-William-Gibson/dp/0441012035/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1252076718&sr=8-1"]Neuromancer by William Gibson[/url].

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[url="http://www.amazon.com/Doomsday-Key-Novel-Sigma-Novels/dp/0061231401"]The Doomsday Key - James Rollins[/url]
Great read.

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[quote name='veritas310' post='591534250' date='Sep 4 2009, 16:15'][url="http://www.amazon.com/Doomsday-Key-Novel-Sigma-Novels/dp/0061231401"]The Doomsday Key - James Rollins[/url]
Great read.[/quote]

Is it readable without having read the previous books in the series?

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The Selfish Gene - Richard Dawkins

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[quote name='soumyasch' post='591534264' date='Sep 4 2009, 10:22']Is it readable without having read the previous books in the series?[/quote]

Absolutely, I hadn't read any previous books. Not sure about others but I really enjoy fiction that encompasses real locations/places in history, it really makes for an interesting read.

I.E. Go wikipedia "Doomsday vault" it's actually very interesting, and real :).

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