What's the last book you've read?

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I find myself doing this backwards all the time. I watch the movie and then go back and read the book.

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halfway through. This is wild and scary

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Dodd wrote:
January 7th, 2018, 5:56 pm
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halfway through. This is wild and scary
Really? You should rely on different sources.

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a textbook about Microsoft Word lol

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Vader182 wrote:
December 28th, 2017, 4:18 pm
I'm rereading:

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Apparently, vampires love that book.

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Crime and Punishment by F.M.Dostojevski. Good stuff.

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Dodd wrote:
January 7th, 2018, 5:56 pm
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halfway through. This is wild and scary
gonna buy after payday.
poplar wrote:
January 14th, 2018, 5:50 am
Really? You should rely on different sources.
such as? art of the deal?

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I'm reading Libra by DeLillo. It's great so far.

It's thematically somewhat similar to Zodiac but unimaginably more nuanced and more complex, for those of you interesting in a literary equivalent to that.

I started a book club for my friends as a way to trick them all into reading Blood Meridian (which is a masterpiece if you haven't read it), so. Not a bad literary start to 2018.

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Vader182 wrote:
January 30th, 2018, 3:40 am
I'm reading Libra by DeLillo. It's great so far.

It's thematically somewhat similar to Zodiac but unimaginably more nuanced and more complex, for those of you interesting in a literary equivalent to that.

I started a book club for my friends as a way to trick them all into reading Blood Meridian (which is a masterpiece if you haven't read it), so. Not a bad literary start to 2018.

-Vader
i'd like to adapt BM into a film someday though i'm not quite sure it's possible

regardless, i hope your friends have strong stomachs lol

i've read: The Road, All the Pretty Horses, Blood Meridian and No Country for Old Men. have you read Suttree? bought it on sale a while ago but haven't gotten around to it yet

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Michaelf2225 wrote:
January 30th, 2018, 9:12 am
i'd like to adapt BM into a film someday though i'm not quite sure it's possible
good luck

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