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October 13th, 2009

0 comments | links::books | Tuesday, Oct 13th 2009, 06:50:16 PM

June 4th, 2009

Here are a bunch of books that look like someone made up using Photoshop. But no! They actually exist! Look them up on Amazon if you don't believe it.
0 comments | links::books | Thursday, Jun 4th 2009, 12:36:14 PM

February 18th, 2009

Ok, 1000 novels is a lot of books, but this list of 1000 books everyone should read might give you some ideas about books to pick up if you ever felt like picking some up. Not me though; I've got a book backlog. Almost 4 down, 5 more to go. :O
4 comments | links::books | Wednesday, Feb 18th 2009, 07:56:46 PM

November 3rd, 2008

So the Sword of Truth is a fantasy series by Terry Goodkind. I read the first book which I liked, even though part of involved some graphic weird kinky sex, dominatrix, bondage. The following books though started to rip stuff off of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series more and more. By book 3 it was so blatant I stopped reading it. But apparently it's a gold mine for parodying.
0 comments | links::books | Monday, Nov 3rd 2008, 07:34:54 PM

September 15th, 2008

The Last Question is a short story by Issac Asimov.
0 comments | links::books | Monday, Sep 15th 2008, 02:42:08 PM

July 21st, 2008

The Shadow God is a book by Aaron Rayburn. Now you'll see the 2 star rating and think "I've never heard of this book and the rating sucks, so what's up?" Well, it's linked because of tihs great review. Btw the only reason it has 2 stars instead of one is because the author rated his own book highly.
3 comments | links::books | Monday, Jul 21st 2008, 10:26:29 AM

July 15th, 2008

Read at Work posted by bichen
Ok, this will be useful for people who want to read a select few books online. It's a New Zealand site so it's slightly biased towards that. But anyways what makes it neat is how it totally emulates WindowsXP to make it harder for your boss to catch you. Unless of course you don't run WindowsXP at work...
0 comments | links::books | Tuesday, Jul 15th 2008, 12:35:30 PM

February 5th, 2008

How to Talk to Girls at Parties is a short story written by Neil Gaiman. I'm not sure if everyone would appreciate it but I thought it was pretty cool. And if you're curious, I took it as an allegorical tale, not literally.
1 comments | links::books | Tuesday, Feb 5th 2008, 02:17:44 PM

August 16th, 2007

A nice tale about a kid and his father. The father is always angry. But his nice uncle helped him out... and started touching his privates. So he was afraid he was gay. But a counselor told him he wasn't. Oh, read the rest yourself.
0 comments | links::books | Thursday, Aug 16th 2007, 01:35:50 PM

December 6th, 2006

John Campbell's short story "Who Goes There?" (read it in it's entirety here) is a relatively well known sci-fi short story. In fact it was the basis of three movies apparently. The Thing from Another World, Alien (it's really very loosely based off of it) and the most accurate version, The Thing. It's a great story, and I highly recommend John Carpenter's The Thing, though it probably would classify as a horror movie. There's talks about remaking John Carpenter's version of The Thing though... :(
0 comments | links::books | Wednesday, Dec 6th 2006, 12:59:14 PM

August 24th, 2006

2 comments | links::books | Thursday, Aug 24th 2006, 01:38:58 PM

July 26th, 2006

Star Wars Origins is an interesting site about the various influences up on the Star Wars franchise. This page goes over the influences of Dune by Frank Herbert. It also goes over the influences that Frank Herbert drew from to write Dune, which is pretty interesting if you liked the book/movie/game or whatever.
5 comments | links::books | Wednesday, Jul 26th 2006, 12:10:06 PM

July 13th, 2006

The Forbidden Library is a list of books that have been banned or challenged to be banned at one point in time. Some of them are pretty absurd and some of the reasons that they were challenged were VERY stupid. Ie Diary of Anne Frank being challegened because "it was a downer" or The Lorax by Dr. Seuss being challenged because it portrayed the foresting industry in a bad light.
0 comments | links::books | Thursday, Jul 13th 2006, 12:16:42 PM

February 7th, 2006

Robert Kiyosaki is well known for his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad. I've read it and it's quite a good book. But some people have said things just don't add up. Both in what Kiyosaki says about his personal life and some of the advice he gives. Pretty interesting read.
2 comments | links::books | Tuesday, Feb 7th 2006, 11:06:39 AM

October 18th, 2005

4 comments | links::books | Tuesday, Oct 18th 2005, 04:42:31 PM


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