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    anyone read any good books lately?

    i am completely out of books. :(

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    I don't know what you're looking for but try any of the "Jack Reacher" novels by Lee Child. I give all of them 3.5 to 5 stars.

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    "Unbreakable" by Laura Hillenbrand, who wrote Seabiscuit. It's a saga about a former olympian that goes down in a bomber in WWII and gets captured by the Japs after being on a raft in the pacific for over 40 days with no food or water on board. Good read.
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    Dude, if you, Todd, and Honea lived nearby we could start a book club but it would have to be a manly book club with chips, dips, wings, and beer. Also, sports, current events, and racing would be discussed as ice breakers. We would have pop quizes on assigned reading BUT, they would be administerd by hot chick stippers. A contract of confidentiality must be signed, with a horrible consequence should you divulge our secrets, especially to wives or girlfriends, and a small fee must be paid to join the AWESOME MAN'S BOOK CLUB. Free year's membership to member that comes up with the gayest, most sensitive, educational name of our club as to not draw suspicion or questions from our women so that we can always enjoy our meetings and that they actually ENCOURAGE us to go too. Just a thought!!!
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    Ballad of the Whiskey Robber, City of Thieves, and Devil in the White City are all excellent.

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    that sounds cool. try, "the lost city of Z" about Col. Fawcett's adventures in the amazon. great read.

    Quote Originally Posted by ugar-6 View Post
    "Unbreakable" by Laura Hillenbrand, who wrote Seabiscuit. It's a saga about a former olympian that goes down in a bomber in WWII and gets captured by the Japs after being on a raft in the pacific for over 40 days with no food or water on board. Good read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugar-6 View Post
    Dude, if you, Todd, and Honea lived nearby we could start a book club but it would have to be a manly book club with chips, dips, wings, and beer. Also, sports, current events, and racing would be discussed as ice breakers. We would have pop quizes on assigned reading BUT, they would be administerd by hot chick stippers. A contract of confidentiality must be signed, with a horrible consequence should you divulge our secrets, especially to wives or girlfriends, and a small fee must be paid to join the AWESOME MAN'S BOOK CLUB. Free year's membership to member that comes up with the gayest, most sensitive, educational name of our club as to not draw suspicion or questions from our women so that we can always enjoy our meetings and that they actually ENCOURAGE us to go too. Just a thought!!!
    Now that could be quite entertaining. Should do a monthly outing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ugar-6 View Post
    Dude, if you, Todd, and Honea lived nearby we could start a book club but it would have to be a manly book club with chips, dips, wings, and beer. Also, sports, current events, and racing would be discussed as ice breakers.

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    BTW, "The Afghan" by Fredrick Forsyth is another great read & you must read one of my favorite books of all time, "The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists" by Neil Strauss.

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    If your into history; The Rising Sun by John Toland. The best book I have ever read on the Japanese perspective of WW II.
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