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#61 14 years ago

Red Storm Rising by Tom Clancy

My favorite part of this book must be either when the Backfires attack and cripple the fleet or when that one main dude is holding that Icelandic chick's boob, the guy notices that she isn't wearing a bra, and the Russian guy is like "OMG, do you see how he is holding her?"

Stalingrad by Anthony Bevor

This was a great book. I wrote a book report on this and gave a small speech/presentation about it in English. I've got to read this book again, because it has so much information that I can't remember it all.


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#62 14 years ago

The dictionary, bitches.

Seriously? Tigers in the Mud is a very interesting read, but not the best written book ever.


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#63 14 years ago

Favourite books: Lord Of The Rings Series Wayland -David Gemmel Legend- David Gemmel Wheel Of Time Series


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#64 14 years ago

Lezsee here...

Any book by Micheal Crichton, most notably Airframe and The Lost World The Harry Potter series LOTR, even tho it took forever to read The Zahn trilogy of post-ROTJ Star Wars novels

... probably a few others. Mostly sci-fi and techno-thrillers. I also have a large collection of classic car books (1940s to 1970s) and the NASCAR Chronicle, but I only look at those for the pics!



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#65 14 years ago

We Were Soldiers Once...And Young by Lt. Gen. Harold G. Moore (Ret.) and Joseph L. Galloway.


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#66 14 years ago

only lozers read books unles ur into the cat int he hat buy dr soos.