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it read more like journal entries rather than an actual story but it was a fun read none the less.

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it read more like journal entries rather than an actual story but it was a fun read none the less.
Is there a connection to the LCD Soundsystem song?

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11072014 wrote: Is there a connection to the LCD Soundsystem song?
Yes! The author is a big LCD soundsystem fan and just switch New York or Paris. :lol:

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Couldnt sleep the other night so i read a book i found in a box in my basement. The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks. Disturbing little book. I could see Cronenberg making something of it. Difficult to recommend though. I needed a very long shower afterward.

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Oh and i reread Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 last week. Love that book.

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7 Chapters into Hemingway's 'A Farewell To Arms'.


What an immersive atmosphere that man is able to create.

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Dodd wrote:7 Chapters into Hemingway's 'A Farewell To Arms'.


What an immersive atmosphere that man is able to create.

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11072014 wrote:
Dodd wrote:7 Chapters into Hemingway's 'A Farewell To Arms'.


What an immersive atmosphere that man is able to create.
:lol: Oh shit I forgot about that :clap:


Thanks for the spoilz Coop :P

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Dodd wrote:
11072014 wrote:
Dodd wrote:7 Chapters into Hemingway's 'A Farewell To Arms'.


What an immersive atmosphere that man is able to create.
:lol: Oh shit I forgot about that :clap:


Thanks for the spoilz Coop :P
Throw the book out the window, meet a cuckoo Jeniffer Lawrence like woman and win a dance contest at the end. That's the only way to go now.

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James Franco Summer Book Club
http://www.vice.com/read/francos-summer ... e=vicefbus

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Books I have been reading or have finished reading.

1. A Crack-up at the Race Riots by Harmony Korine
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2. Dear Diary by Lesley Arfin
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3. No Worse Enemy by Ben Anderson
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4. Fresh off the Boat: A Memoir by Eddie Huang
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5. Heavy Metal in Baghdad by Andy Capper
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Still a very compelling novel, even though it's not up to par with Gone Girl. Still a fantastic novel in it's own right.

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