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    Quote Originally Posted by Julius_Van_Der_Beak View Post
    John Williams wrote a book in addition to composing awesome movie soundtracks? Cool!
    Nah, it's a different dude. I liked the book. The Jurassic Park soundtrack probably wouldn't suit it as background music, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost View Post
    Nah, it's a different dude. I liked the book. The Jurassic Park soundtrack probably wouldn't suit it as background music, though.
    You were supposed to laugh. That was a joke.
    A path is made by walking on it.

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    I finished reading Stoner, I have a bunch of books I might read next (always), I have one which is a horror called Ladies Night, which I might read, its short, another, which is a sci fi book, tonight we choose faces, but I dont know if its turning out good, I already put a book by Poul Anderson, a Viking Saga which was not flowing well, called War of The Gods, in the book for the charity shop.

    I am still reading Never Eat Alone, although I was also reading The Song of Roland and today I read a couple of pages from a book about "Ninjutsu", probably one of the earliest sources about Ninjitsu, written in the twenties or thirties, and it was interesting, I've got three books by the author and two of the others deal with the topic but also its relation to magic and superstition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julius_Van_Der_Beak View Post
    You were supposed to laugh. That was a joke.
    IRL people tell me that a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost View Post
    IRL people tell me that a lot.
    That's because rabbits aren't known for laughter, and have sometimes even been known to attack people.



    I'd be particularly afraid of cigarette smoking ones.
    A path is made by walking on it.

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    How the Right Lost Its Mind by Charlie Sykes

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    The Buried Giant. Just finished. Some sublime imagery.

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    Has anyone created a thread of typology books? Fiction or non-fiction? I'm considering the question of if I had a single book on MBTI, a single book on Enneagram, a single book on socionics, what it would be.

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    "The Woman Who Died a Lot" - Jasper Fforde.

    These novels (Jasper Fforde's "Thursday Next" series) occupy a strange place in fiction. Astonishingly literate and cleverer than self-cooking beans, Fforde nonetheless dresses his novels as popular fiction, throwing in spadefuls of his favourite literary influences, a savvy understanding of why Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett caught the public imagination, and a healthy dose of cynicism and self-deprecation. The seven existing novels are broken into two series (books 1 - 4, then 5-7) and admittedly the second series is less spontaneous and laugh-out-loud funny than the first, but his work represents something rare - to me, he's one of very few modern authors whose every page is worth consideration.

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    Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson

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