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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessorChaos View Post


    this one is another good book about the franklin expedition, detailing the findings of autopsies conducted on the three sailors who they exhumed after 138 years.

    Yes, Professor - have read this also and is a fascinating read! The preservation of the bodies is incredible.

    Mike - if interested in this subject, definately read the book. Excellent resource, along with Resolute, which I suggested above.
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    Just finished Dead Sea. Damn you Brian Keene! Must you always depress me with your endings!

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    Stephen King's Carrie.

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    1984, George Orwell.

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    Nuclear Jellyfish by Tim Dorsey. Spree killer Serge Storms returns with is sidekick Coleman who is eternanlly addled on meth, booze, and every other drug know to man. Serge takes on jewel smugglers while continuing his insane tour of Florida tourist destinations. Good, fun stuff.

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    Stephen Kings - The Stand
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    The Stranger Beside Me, by Ann Rule, about Ted Bundy

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    New America by Poul Anderson. a scifi classic and something i think a lot of you would find interesting.
    "then one day, the symptoms fade i think i'll throw these fu*king pills away."

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    This thread.

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    Aww, Mike... why you gotta be like that? Here's the list:
    Moby Dick - Russel
    World War Z - 2D
    The Color of Magic - Murdoc
    Pheonix - Noodle
    The Wordy Shipmates - Myself
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    That was pretty cool, but it wasn't Space Invaders. PS: Hodgkin's lymphoma can choke on 'em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike70 View Post
    New America by Poul Anderson. a scifi classic and something i think a lot of you would find interesting.
    I'll look out for that as I read Poul Anderson's Virgin Planet a few years ago. Wasn't bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capncnut View Post
    I'll look out for that as I read Poul Anderson's Virgin Planet a few years ago. Wasn't bad.
    Poul Anderson is one of my fav scifi authors ever. most of his stuff kicks total ass. he is certainly one of the most "american" writers that's ever picked up a pen as well. that is one of the things that i've always liked about him but i understand how it turns some folks off.
    "then one day, the symptoms fade i think i'll throw these fu*king pills away."

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    Just finished bastard bonfire of the fecking vanities on the train home. All I can say is, if you feel like you should read it, get an abridged version or something. it goes on way too long.

    i totally failed to bid for jenn jamerson's book on ebay; but now my next read is going to be my val's day gift from liam, holywood babylon.

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