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    I am re-reading America The Book right now and want to re-read Simspson's and Philosophy soon.
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    Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician by Daniel Wallace.
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    1. The Stand (unabridged) by Stephen King.

    2. The Counter-Creationism Handbook by Mark Isaak
    [a collection of over 400 argument areas that occur in creationism-evolutionism debate, and a highlight of what scientific evidence exists that conflicts with creationism along with all the references to the actual books/studies/papers -- so it is actually a very very useful book, regardless of which side you are on!]
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    Just finished Tolkien's Children of Hurin, prior to that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and am currently working through four C.S. Lewis titles in a single volume. I've done with Surprised by Joy and am now partway through Reflections on the Psalms. Before my recent Rowling jag I read Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 for the first time, which makes me somewhat backward in that regard.

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    I'm halfway through Hawkwood: Diabolical Englishman by Frances Stoner Saunders, a book about 14th century condottiere in Italy and John Hawkwood in particular.

    I also just started Imperium by Robert Harris which is a novel about the political life of Cicero, purportedly written by his slave Tiro.

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    Confessions of a Crap Artist by Phillp K. Dick and Remainder by Tom McCarthy
    for my life is slowed up by thought and the need to understand what I am living.

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    I'm reading the posts made on this thread.

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    The Collected Stories of Vernor Vinge - Vernor Vinge
    The Crack in Space - Philip K. Dick
    The Darkness that Comes Before - R. Scott Bakker
    Troublemakers - Harlan Ellison

    The Bakker book is a bit of a headache because after a wonderful opening, he ditches character development for a spew of political and geographic names and configurations that all have ambiguous personalities. I'm a little pissed because it started off so strong. Hopefully he quits the drive-by tagging and gives the reader a chance to look around. Right now, I'm not enjoying his linguistic orgy that really serves no purpose so far other than for him being able to say his fictitious language database trumps Tolkien's. Big #(&$%#ing deal.

    The other books continue to blow my hair back.

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    I don't read fiction when I'm writing my own, to avoid unintentional bleed-through. But when I was young, I read science fiction almost exclusively. Now I can't remember most of what I read, which was the intention, actually, bizarre as it sounds. But seeing Philip K. Dick's name, in particular, brought back some fond (if paranoid!) memories. Schizophrenia at its phantasmagoric best!

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