current books you are reading?

May 16, 2005

  1. process

    11,255 posts
    Since Apr 29, 2001
    another book list might be nice


    "the way of the peaceful warrior" by dan millman

    really enjoying it so far, very inspiring book, good motivation to deconstruct and take life more lightly.
  2. PHYSE Sarcastic Cunt

    16,319 posts
    Since Jun 21, 2001
    cubase sx power and the great and secret show by clive barker.

  3. process

    11,255 posts
    Since Apr 29, 2001
    apparently "cloud atlas" by david mitchall is the shit, like :eek: :wtf: fiction writing. got the recomendation from a friend who ealier suggested readin "infinate jest" by david foster wallace ( which is a beast of a book but fucking brilliant) . so yea, cloud atlas is supposed to be even better ;)
  4. T3KST3P Subliminal Messaging

    3,978 posts
    Since Feb 23, 2001
    Islam and Politics
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    3,889 posts
    Since Dec 6, 2004
    The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
    Last Exit to Brooklyn
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  6. process

    11,255 posts
    Since Apr 29, 2001

    how are they?
  7. Ohms Professional Wagsi!!!

    6,835 posts
    Since May 8, 2004
    Band of Brothers :thumbup:
  8. OnoSendai

    7,821 posts
    Since Mar 22, 2003
    Gnostic Philosophy

    and City Comes A Walkin' by John Shirley.
  9. Dawg On Aciiid Still a private...

    Dawg On Aciiid
    1,302 posts
    Since Jul 28, 2004
    selfish gene theory - richard dawkins

    gosh it is seriously one shit book, if it doesnt get more interesting soon im ditching it for something else :smashed:
  10. process

    11,255 posts
    Since Apr 29, 2001
    is it sorta about our evolutionary shortcomings, like left over shit built into us thats makes us shitty people?
  11. darf-fader 2001 or STFU

    6,432 posts
    Since Dec 11, 2001
    mr nice by howard marks......

    i've currently been reading it since 2001:eek:

    shocking innit :laughing:

    i'm fukkin lame!!

  12. Jim Bergerac Krokodil Rok

    Jim Bergerac
    10,679 posts
    Since Oct 15, 2004
    Choke by Chuck Paluhiniuk (spelling?) which I haven't decided on yet - I don't know if it's really good or just above average.

    Empire - Antonio Hardt and Michael Negri - heavy social criticism.

    The Art Of War - Niccolo Machiavelli
  13. Tendai

    11,790 posts
    Since Jul 26, 2001
    Cloud Atlas - David Mitchell
    The Unfetted Mind - Takuan Soho
    The Evolution of Consciousness of Darwinf, Freud, and Cranial Fire - The Origin of the Way We Think - Robert Ornstein

    and when i finished some of those i gonna start Awareness - Anthony DeMello
  14. process

    11,255 posts
    Since Apr 29, 2001
    is it good?
  15. Tendai

    11,790 posts
    Since Jul 26, 2001
    only about 40 pages in but loving it so far
  16. daz*dsb

    3,889 posts
    Since Dec 6, 2004
    Last Exit to Brooklyn... just about to get into it. Not really started it yet. It's written by the same guy who wrote Requiem for a Dream though so I think it's going to be good. Had a flick through in the shop before I picked it up and I like the style. Seems ok.
    I'll let you know once i've read a bit more.
  17. Haste

    16,670 posts
    Since Jul 20, 2001
    The complete Sherlock Holmes :pimp:

    and my sort of girlfriend lent me some book that she said is "kind of a porno, you'll really like it". Sounds interesting :laughing:
  18. KG

    32,108 posts
    Since Jul 24, 2002
    My local bookshop is currently having a 3 for 2 sale on fiction so I got:
    Roger Zelazny - The Chronicles of Amber - £9.99
    Robert E Howard - The Conan Chronicles - £8.99
    Tales of a Dying Earth - Jack Vance - £7.99

    So I got an £8 book for fuck all:smil:

    Currently I'm reading The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King.
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    Stelf Big Tings A Going On

    16,119 posts
    Since Aug 6, 2002
    :thumbup: one day i intend to finish the dark tower series.

    i'm reading this at the moment
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  20. zonefourdnb

    2,217 posts
    Since May 16, 2002
    Fucking amazing book right there:thumbup:

    Currently reading The Rough Guide To Rome as I'm there for a few days next week and David Copperfield by Dickens.
  21. The Nitrous

    The Nitrous
    2,976 posts
    Since Sep 14, 2003
    Le survenant. French book relating the tales of a stranger coming into a small city .

    They just released the movie.

    It's based on an old tv show.
  22. Statto

    8,558 posts
    Since Jul 8, 2002


    The Birthday of the World & other stories - Ursula Le Guin
    Rip It Up and Start Again - Simon Reynolds

  23. t00th

    7,747 posts
    Since Aug 28, 2001
    jsut got done reading the alchemist not to long ago. just started reading the book that band of brothers(hbo)was based on :slayer:

    i love war books
  24. JAIME water salt and techno

    5,690 posts
    Since Jul 8, 2001
    Touching from a Distance by Deborah Curtis

    An autobiography of the late, great Ian Curtis' wife

    my god, it is sensational
  25. KG

    32,108 posts
    Since Jul 24, 2002
    I read that a few months ago, quite suprised, its not really my cup of tea to be honest but I really liked it.
  26. MissChievous (>'.')> <('.'<)

    12,578 posts
    Since Oct 12, 2001
    "Security and Conflict in the New Century"


    Poli sci material.
  27. Alpha Nomadic Mutant Labor

    Alpha Nomadic
    2,166 posts
    Since Dec 30, 2004
    Hagakure, the Way of the Samurai

    One verse a day.
  28. smeeth Legion

    995 posts
    Since Dec 13, 2003
    ^ nice 1 alpha

    the diamond sutra
    the way of the bodhisattva
  29. klz

    2,164 posts
    Since Feb 28, 2002
    just finished fascination by william boyd
    before that it was vernon god little by dbc pierre
    think ill try this cloud atlas next then , my sister gave it to me for my bday , but havent gotten into it yet.
  30. Shuttergirl occasionally.

    4,514 posts
    Since Dec 23, 2004
    "War is a Force that gives Us Meaning" by Chris Hedges.

    It's an anti-war nonfiction book. i know the title seems like it's a pro war, but it isn't. this book explains how war seduces not only those in the front lines but entire societies, corrupting politics, destroying culture, and perverting basic human desires.

    very interesting so far:thumbup: