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Could somebody recommend me some books to read. I usually like fantasy and sci-fi but if the book is from another genre and is THAT good post it too.
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The bible..........pure fantasy book for you there
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I just finished reading the greatest book ever. Gould's Book of Fish by Richard Flanagan. Go read it now.
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harry potters
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"dont tell mum i work on the rigs" by paul carter. it his stories from working on the oil rigs and all the crazy adventures he had. it may sound boring but it doesnt have anything to do with the specifics of oil or oil rigging, its one of the funniest and most entertaining books i'v read.
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The Road. Seriously.
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I'm sure the guys in the Literature Thread can.
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Insomnia by Stephen King one of my favorites
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House of leaves - Mark Z Danielewski (that book is seriously ****ed up)
Martian Chronicles - Ray Bradbury
Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy - Douglas Adams (this is a classic in the sci-fi genre)
Nibelungenlied - If you like anything Tolkien ever wrote, you need to read this. He basically ripped this ancient text off.
Beowulf - Epic old English Hero's tale.
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The Lies Of Locke Lamora, and its sequel Red Seas Under Red Skies, by Scott Lynch.

Amazing fantasy books. GOGOGOGO.
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Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy - Douglas Adams (this is a classic in the sci-fi genre)


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Also, read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep if you haven't read it yet, I forgot who it's by
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If you have a strong dislike for both yourself and reasonable philosophy, Atlas Shrugged is unintentionally amusing.
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Also, read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep if you haven't read it yet, I forgot who it's by

Philip K. Dick.

let's see...try Margaret Atwood, Barbara Kingsolver, Barbara Gowdy, Lorrie Moore, Ursula K. LeGuin, Madeleine L'Engle, Doris Lessing, Dianne Wynne Jones, Anne McCaffrey, or Patricia A. McKillip.
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Could somebody recommend me some books to read. I usually like fantasy and sci-fi but if the book is from another genre and is THAT good post it too.

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The bible..........pure fantasy book for you there

Awesome, another evangelical atheist.
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Insomnia by Stephen King one of my favorites



This and The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King.

Great read, absolutely loved it and was deffinately worth to sit down and just read.
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