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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest - 7/10 Not quite as good as the other 2, but still great. Really took me a while to get into this one. First 150+ pages were a little hard to get into, but it kinda snowballed for me and by the end it had me hooked. Still like the 2nd book the best though.

    Really want to check out the Swedish movies for the 3 books.



    I love John Green. If you haven't read "The Fault in Our Stars" yet, DO IT! So damn good. I like it better than Looking For Alaska, but I might be in the minority there.


    I haven't read Paper Towns. Not as good as the rest I see. Any comments on it? Worth reading?

    you sig gif is out of whack

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    god is not great by christopher hitchens 9/10

    i miss hitch :cry:
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    god is not great by christopher hitchens 9/10

    i miss hitch :cry:
    Great read. If you miss him just start reading Sam Harris. He's the best of the bunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Great read. If you miss him just start reading Sam Harris. He's the best of the bunch.
    he's on my list... heard great things about him and his writing style
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    he's on my list... heard great things about him and his writing style
    I'll see if I can find my Harris books and send 'em. I might have given em away though. I tend to get rid of them as fast as I get them.

    Moral Landscape was awesome and the take on having no free will was amazing (just Google "Sam Harris Free Will" and check out his blogs.....dude is brilliant). Letter to a Christian Nation was also a good really quick read....a bit dated now.

    Ultimately it's all about "The End of Faith". His masterpiece. Richard Dawkins is a good one to check out too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    I'll see if I can find my Harris books and send 'em. I might have given em away though. I tend to get rid of them as fast as I get them.

    Moral Landscape was awesome and the take on having no free will was amazing (just Google "Sam Harris Free Will" and check out his blogs.....dude is brilliant). Letter to a Christian Nation was also a good really quick read....a bit dated now.

    Ultimately it's all about "The End of Faith". His masterpiece. Richard Dawkins is a good one to check out too.
    that'd be awesome dude... thanks a million!

    i've read dawkins and i'm familiar with harris' free will theory... the end of faith is the book that i've been told i MUST read
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    that'd be awesome dude... thanks a million!

    i've read dawkins and i'm familiar with harris' free will theory... the end of faith is the book that i've been told i MUST read
    I know I have End of Faith SOMEWHERE (sent it to Natepro once and he sent it back....which defeats the purpose of getting rid of my books). Couldn't find it last night, but I think I know who might have it.

    Maybe we should start a PSD book barter club on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    I know I have End of Faith SOMEWHERE (sent it to Natepro once and he sent it back....which defeats the purpose of getting rid of my books). Couldn't find it last night, but I think I know who might have it.

    Maybe we should start a PSD book barter club on here.
    haha, maybe PSD isn't all that bad after all!

    don't break a sweat looking for it, but seriously, thanks for even considering sending it if you do. it's not every day you find e-friends willing to send you books. i think we've entered a new dimension of nerdom!
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    The God Delusion 8/10
    I no longer care about anything here except for the Entertainment Forum, which sucks; the Music forum, which sucks; and the Magic forum, which does NOT suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    haha, maybe PSD isn't all that bad after all!

    don't break a sweat looking for it, but seriously, thanks for even considering sending it if you do. it's not every day you find e-friends willing to send you books. i think we've entered a new dimension of nerdom!
    haha

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    The God Delusion 8/10
    Another good one. That's the trio right there: God is Not Great, The God Delusion and The End of Faith. You get the scientific view of Dawkins, the English literary mastery of Hitch and the philosophical/analytical genius of Harris.

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    The Almost Moon by Alice Sebold - Blech/10

    The Lovely Bones was great, but this book was really weak. Very disappointing.

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    Ian Fleming - Casino Royale: 8.5/10

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    Angela's Ashes - 8/10 Great take on the times of Ireland. REALLY annoyed me that he doesn't use quotation marks for dialogue. Hate when authors do that.

    Choke by Chuck Palahniuk 7/10 - Pretty good but I've liked some of his other books a lot more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    I love John Green. If you haven't read "The Fault in Our Stars" yet, DO IT! So damn good. I like it better than Looking For Alaska, but I might be in the minority there.


    I haven't read Paper Towns. Not as good as the rest I see. Any comments on it? Worth reading?
    Wow, sorry for getting back to this so late, but I love John Green too, and that's the book I'm going to read next when I get the time. I've heard great things and really can't wait to read it!

    Paper Towns was pretty good. It was somewhat of a mystery, and it kept me in it. I am a curious reader, so when I start a story and get deep enough, I need to know how it ends. It wasn't great, but thought it was worth reading


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    Good story not the best acting but definitely kept my attention

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