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  • What Book Are You Currently Reading?

    I feel like no matter what forum I'm a member of there's always one thread on what people are currently reading. So primal or not, what's everyone currently reading?

    I finished the entire Ender's Game series by Orson Scott Card a month ago and decided to stay in Science Fiction and am currently tackling Isaac Asimov's Foundation series.
    Last edited by Swarley; 08-27-2012, 11:00 AM.
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  • #2
    A Dance with Dragons

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    • #3
      Into the Wild!
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      • #4
        I haven't started it yet because the library nearest me that has it is closed today, although I may go get it from another branch.
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        • #5
          reading Influence: Science and practice, Cialdini

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          • #6
            Awaken the Giant Within - Tony Robbins

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            • #7
              Just starting Don Quixote by Cervantes.

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              • #8
                Intruder, Book # 13 in the Foreigner Series by C.J. Cherryh
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                • #9
                  Just finished -born to run. Don't know why I chose to read it as I hate running any thing other than brief sprints. Found the whole ultra running really interesting to read about though. I have been wearing new balance minimus and inspired by the theory of running with minimal soled footwear I have been using them for my sprints. I am sprinting faster than ever before and noticed my technique has changed, I feel more natural running.
                  Sorry I digress, good book though.
                  I also just read another Lee Child book-the Affair. (I am a quick reader.) I like his books and find them easy to read.

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                  • #10
                    Heretics of Dune,
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                    • #11
                      Depending on my mood & where I am:

                      A Dance with Dragons
                      Eating Mindfully: 2nd Edition
                      High Five
                      The Witch's Bane
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by The Return of Dado
                        half you guys read absolutely silly shit.
                        every time we read your posts :-)


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                        • #13
                          Just finished the First Law trilogy (The Blade Itself, Before They Are Hanged, and Last Argument of Kings), by Joe Abercrombie. Those were quite good. Before that I read Spellwright by Blake Charlton, which was just OK, kind of amateurish, but it's his first novel. I have the sequel from the library and I'll probably read it when I run out of novels. Right now I'm reading Magician: Apprentice, which is Raymond Feist's first fantasy novel.

                          I'm getting a little tired of fiction for the moment so I think I'll switch to some science/non-fiction when I'm done with it. If anyone has some suggestions for me I'd be glad to take them! I'd love to find a good introductory book on anthropology that's not too dry and academic...
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                          • #14
                            (boring answer) The Primal Blueprint

                            Better answer: I tend to be in various stages of various books really, depending on how I feel. I've nearly finished Urijah Fabers "Laws of the Ring", I'm about a quarter through TPB, and I'm about halfway through Joe Abercrombie's The Heroes!
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                              I'm getting a little tired of fiction for the moment so I think I'll switch to some science/non-fiction when I'm done with it. If anyone has some suggestions for me I'd be glad to take them! I'd love to find a good introductory book on anthropology that's not too dry and academic...
                              I loved Abercrombie, but I did not like the Heroes; loved the Best Served Cold though.
                              Did you try the Gentlemen Bastards series by Scott Lynch? Great books.
                              Bakker's Disiple Manning is great too, though I am split on his 1st trilogy, and loved the second.

                              As for non-dry anthropology and human development and civilizations, my vote goes to Jared Diamond, Third Chimpanzee, Guns, Germs and Steel, Why is Sex Fun...
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