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Still working on the "Wheel of Time" series.  Slow going now that the weather is nice, and I am finding it difficult to find time to read.

 

 



Looks like I will be another that tries to get into the Wheel of Time stories..... sounds like you have enjoyed it.
The George Martin books where my first fantasy/fictional books I had read, and even though around book 3 he started to aggravate me, they were interesting and the build up of another world was essentially amazing.

 

 

Just a word of warning.  They can get a bit long-winded.  The story is still good though and keeps me reading.

post #92 of 139

"Good for you, Great for me"

 

Negotiation

 

 

"Awareness" by DeMello - Semi-Philosophy

post #93 of 139
Yeah I know. Its a wormy starch paper book thread. But I read the stuff people send me on these media capable phones. Its like this, hour after hour...
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Yeah I know. Its a wormy starch paper book thread. But I read the stuff people send me on these media capable phones. Its like this, hour after hour...

 



That is totally priceless!!!!! Hidden fees, raising APR... all the stuff that normal joe gets nabbed with all the freaking time.

Internet info is amazing. I had a Mortgage that was transfered or bought out by another company. I was upset about the way the transfer went and the way that my payments were messed up ect. When I was going to access my info through their web site, I punched in the name of the mortgage company. Believe it or not like 5 search inquiries down on google there was a link to GREENTREE SUCKS facebook page. I clicked on it and read tons of testimonials and articles on how horrible that Finance company is.......
Needless to say trying to find a way to ditch them quick lol
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Yeah I know. Its a wormy starch paper book thread. But I read the stuff people send me on these media capable phones. Its like this, hour after hour...

 

Oh that is brilliant. Fraud, really? I mean come on, just admit it bank, YOU GOT OWNED!! 

post #96 of 139
-Lowest Score Wins
-The Art of Fielding
-Four Fish
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The Shining by Stephen King.
 

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"Space" by James Michener. 

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-Lowest Score Wins
-The Art of Fielding
-Four Fish

The Art of Fielding is one of my favorite novels ever. I need to re-read it. 

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Kraken Project by Douglas Preston.

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The path of daggers

Robert Jordan
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Very good novel, "The Light Between Oceans". Fast, fascinating read. First novel by M.L. Stedman.

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Alaska's Wolf Man by Jim Rearden
Captivating story from a first person readers perspective. All info is from recorded conversations and info out of his diary and historical data from the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) .
Frank Glaser, the man the book is about, moved to Alaska in 1915. While all the hysteria was built on gold, this man stuck to what he loved. Hunting, exploring, and living off of the land. The stories and life of this man really has a strong grounding effect on work ethics and determination as opposed to those today. It really makes you respect the men that built this country and the true sacrifices. 1918 he walked 220 miles!!! from Rapids AK to Valdez just to join the US Army to do his part for WWI!!
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Alaska's Wolf Man by Jim Rearden
Captivating story from a first person readers perspective. All info is from recorded conversations and info out of his diary and historical data from the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) .
Frank Glaser, the man the book is about, moved to Alaska in 1915. While all the hysteria was built on gold, this man stuck to what he loved. Hunting, exploring, and living off of the land. The stories and life of this man really has a strong grounding effect on work ethics and determination as opposed to those today. It really makes you respect the men that built this country and the true sacrifices. 1918 he walked 220 miles!!! from Rapids AK to Valdez just to join the US Army to do his part for WWI!!

I have read this book. I though it was very interesting. Frank Glaser was quote the man. I did think it could have been a little better written, but it was good nonetheless.
post #106 of 139
The Snowden Files, just finished and now No Place to Hide.
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Mark Broadie's ' every shot counts ' and James Hansen's ' A difficult par - robert trent jones and the making of modern golf ' .
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Mark Broadie's ' every shot counts ' and James Hansen's ' A difficult par - robert trent jones and the making of modern golf ' .

If you like Broadie's book try Lowest Score Wins, which is much more practical.

I am reading the Sherlock Holmes series right now.
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