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eder00    1
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acnpt    39

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Secrets and Lies: Digital Security in a Networked World

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DirtyLarry    2,097

Extra Lives: Why Video Games Matter

Technically I just finished it last night, but damn good read.

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Dark_ph0enix    13

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Here's my list of books for June 2010:

  1. J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone.
  2. Douglas Coupland - Microserfs.
  3. J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
  4. Richard Saxon - Future For Sale.
  5. J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
  6. Guillermo Del Toro & Chuck Hogan - The Strain.
  7. J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
  8. George Orwell - 1984.
  9. J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

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Kerm    51

I've been working through the Harry Potter books aswell.

Cracked the first 3 in 2 weeks. These things are like crack!

So impressed by them.

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GeekTwo    0

The Rational Optimist - Website: http://www.rationaloptimist.com/

Very good book, it's written by one of the former top guys at Northern Rock (but not written about Northern Rock, and it doesn't go into too much detail about the banking crisis).

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ajua    61

This month I finished The Traveler and The Wrong Man by John Katzenbach.

I've yet to read two of his books now: Hart's Wat and In the Heat of the Summer, but I saw the movies. Maybe I can find them on sale sometime.

Yesterday I began reading The Word by Irving Wallace.

Next in line are The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett and La Hermandad de la Sábana Santa by Julia Navarro...

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tombmaster28    0

River of Blue Fire by Tad Williams along with the Dark Hunter Series by Sherrilyn Kenyon. And after those onto Marion Zimmer Bradley's Avalon series (again for the 6th time).

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wrack    461

In the Gunsight of the KGB.

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Jan    402

The short second life of Bree Tanner <3

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Charisma    2,399

My friend just got me into the Xanth series by Piers Anthony. I just finished the second one, The Source of Magic.

I'm also going through Unix Shell Programming, Third Edition, at a slower pace. I mostly read nonfiction, so the Xanth series is a fun change.

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tombmaster28    0

My friend just got me into the Xanth series by Piers Anthony. I just finished the second one, The Source of Magic.

I'm also going through Unix Shell Programming, Third Edition, at a slower pace. I mostly read nonfiction, so the Xanth series is a fun change.

Xanth is a great series. Although after reading 30 or so books from that series the puns get a little old. I really enjoyed his Geodyssey series, gives a whole new perspective on how we may have evolved.

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Damo R.    29,671

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The short second life of Bree Tanner <3

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I really enjoyed that book, made me sad to think Bree was an awesome character

why was she killed in Eclipse!

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Fred Derf    217

After recently reading Huxley's "Brave New World", I figured I'd continue the theme and read Orwell's 1984. I also have another Terry Pratchett book but I started 1984 first. Come to think of it, I should check whether it has been three weeks yet, I may need to renew them soon.

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Minifig    40
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Minifig    40

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I'm hoping it's good.

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DigitalE    10

I'm working my way through a few books right now.

  • What Is The Gospel? by Greg Gilbert
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
  • For The Win by Cory Doctorow

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Behemoth    30

The Art of Deception: Controlling the Human Element of Security by Kevin Mitnick

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So far (Y)

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LingeringSoul    11

I just finished The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, which was excellent. Highly recommended for fans of fantasy novels. I can't wait for the second book :).

Now I'm about to start Extra Lives: Why Video Games Matter by Tom Bissell. I like to alternate fiction and non-fiction.

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zeroday    19

Critical Mass by Steve Martini

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Jen Smith    117

Recently wrapped up the last of the Codex Alera series, which is an excellent read. Also finished the latest in the Dresden Files and Rachel Morgan series, also some of my favorites. Currently working on "The Naming of the Beasts", latest in the Felix Castor series.. was a little skeptical at first but it reeled me in pretty good. Still waiting not so patiently for George R.R. Martin's next book, hoping he finally wraps it up before one of us keels over from old age.

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ThisSiteHasLostItsCharm    263

I'm reading Star Trek Sarek, a story set after the events of Star Trek 6, exciting read so far...

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Richard Hammond    119

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Nearly finished this, its about a squadron of British Apache pilots stationed at Camp Bastion, im a huge British Armed Forces buff i read anything and everything about the Iraq/Afghanistan war, got another 13 or so books in a pile to read after this.

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