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    Just read Adam Carrolla's book, very entraining...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butthead View Post
    my wife is reading it and i seem to be getting the "benefits".
    just ordered from amazon...

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    The Wheel Of Time series by Robert Jordan is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gmoney View Post
    just ordered from amazon...
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    Finished The First Law trilogy by Joe Abercrombie a few months ago. Great character writing in the book, even if fantasy isn't your cup of tea.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_First_Law

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butthead View Post
    i finished reading 'moneyball' yesterday. i am not much of a baseball guy, but it was a very interesting read.
    Did you read The Big Short? I enjoyed it, but I have liked everything he wrote since Liar's Poker.

    "One hand. One million dollars. No tears."

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    yup, really liked it. guy has talent.

    boomerang was also excellent.

    Quote Originally Posted by TWI View Post
    Did you read The Big Short? I enjoyed it, but I have liked everything he wrote since Liar's Poker.

    "One hand. One million dollars. No tears."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugar-6 View Post
    Thanks, I was just telling my father in law that I'd love to read some books from the enemies perspective. Dean, I saw that the other day at B&N and it looked interesting. Since you recommended it, I think I'll download that to the Kindle tonight. Thanks.
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    I am reading "The Biology of Belief" again, I started it a few years ago after coming off a deployment. It is a refreshing look at how we believe at a molecular level and how our thoughts affect us. But it's not about "positive thinking" per se, the author breaks it down with science. Best just to read it I am not doing the book any justice lol.

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    i just ordered about 8 of these books from amazon. thanks all.

    a also just finished another book titled "the other wes moore" that i would rec. story of two guys with the same name and same age from baltimore. similar upbringings and experiences. one ended up as a rhodes scholar, iraq and afgh vet, and assistant
    to condi rice. the other is doing life for murder. genetics or environment, who knows, but an interesting read. it will make you examine the critical points in your own life -- those points where you could have easily made the wrong turn.

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