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#1
Yeah, I just feel like reading some books.
I don't care what type of book it is, just no horror.
GOODBYE BLUE SKY
#6
anything by the greatest writer ever
Mr. Stephen King

but especially his Dark Tower series
just finished book one, very good, cant to read rest
#11
Slash's Autobiography.
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I opened my eyes and found my mother standing next to me with my sheets in one hand and the other hand over her eyes. She said, "Why are you naked!" and i quickly tried to come up with an answer, but all i could get out was, "Feels good man."
#12
Quote by metdethslaythrx
Slash's Autobiography.

He can write?
Alice in Chains, Days of the New, Tool, and The Meat Puppets... these are a few of my favorite things
#13
Quote by Atomic48
1984

Great Book!

One of my favorites: "All Quiet On the Western Front"
#14
I'm a big fan of Vonnegut
try:
Timequake
God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater
Breakfast of Champions
Mother Night

of if u want some sci-fi-ish stuff i like Philip k Dick...Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep is pretty awesome


or if u want something wonderfully written and deliciously ****ed up go for Lolita by Vladmir Nabokov
#16
On the Road - Jack Kerouac. Amazing book right there.
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Forget about her, she seems complicated. Who wants a girl who answers in riddles? I'm not the fucking sfinx.

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Woah, woah. Back the hell up.

Polo shirt?

Sunglasses?

Of course he got all the girls, he's Rick Astley.
#18
Quote by SkyValley
Atlas Shrugged



+1.

Ulysses by James Joyce.
How I wish, how I wish
That the world, that the world
Had just one
THROAT
And my fingers were around it


Literature thread
#22
Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks

That reminds me, I need to get that book back from my friend that has it..
#23
Quote by Von.
+1.

Ulysses by James Joyce.

I wanna read Finnigans Wake by Joyce, but though I read alot it still intimidates me....or should i say scares the crap out of me

a book that has no beginning or end AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
#26
Quote by Atomic48
1984

High five!

Animal Farm as well is great, if you're in the mood for fairy tales.
#28
Animal Farm was pretty good. It's one of the only required books that I actually enjoyed reading in school.
Quote by Kensai
Forget about her, she seems complicated. Who wants a girl who answers in riddles? I'm not the fucking sfinx.

Quote by Rambo-Conny
Woah, woah. Back the hell up.

Polo shirt?

Sunglasses?

Of course he got all the girls, he's Rick Astley.
#30
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gatsby


+1

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On the Road - Jack Kerouac. Amazing book right there.


+1000 On The Road + The Dharma Bums are truly epics of American literature.
SMALL CLONE of the EHX User's Guild

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NOSOUPFORYOU.


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this is barely a question. only an idiot would buy a zune.
#31
Quote by AA00P
High five!

Animal Farm as well is great, if you're in the mood for fairy tales.


if by fairy tales, you mean communism.

i say the ender series.
#33
Again; On the Road by Jack Kerouac. It's my Bible.
Or; Factotum - Charles Bukowski, that's a good'un (as are his other books)
If you're into your psychedelic adventures; The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test - Tom Wolfe
Or; Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas - Hunter S Thompson (even if you've seen the film, you will LOVE the book)
And the best thing is, ALL of these books are based (if not entirely then partially) on true stories. Enjoy.
#34
vonnegut all the way. maybe try the dark tower series. theyre not really horror.

clockwork orange is a good time. its written in crazytalk.
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I have no opinion on this matter.
#36
Quote by Atomic48
1984


Best books ive read!
Animal farm
1984

also
Dune
and the Halo books are brilliant

I love my scifi
#37
Music Associated:

Heavier than Heaven
Scar Tissue
The Dirt
Slash's book
Clapton's bio

General:

Harry Potter (Cant deny the "Magic" of these books)
Nightrain
Gilberts Ghost Train
Mein Kampf ... slightly political
Lord of The Rings
Tommorow When the War Begun Series
#38
Thomas Covenant trilogies
Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everybody I've ever known.

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#39
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Catch-22 by Joseph Heller basically changed my life


Catch 22, pure brilliance
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