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What'cha Reading?

Willfrey

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Nov 9, 2008
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615
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IsTP
Rama II - By Aurther C Clarke (and some other dude-name escapes me)

Rama was a good book, though I'm annoyed with the second, wondering when the hell they're going to start the main plot. I'm hoping all this buildup and character background and development is going to add up to something cool. I'm a 1/3 way in and they haven't even launched the craft to intercept Rama.
 

BrokenSword

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Jul 17, 2010
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11
MBTI Type
INTP
A novel my friend is writing & Death Note. I only reading Death Note to study the characters. I've already seen the show and the films.
 

InsatiableCuriosity

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May 20, 2010
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698
MBTI Type
INTP
Enneagram
5
I am over the moon – just received my Amazon order and feel like a kid in a candy store - which one first or do I read them simultaneously :wubbie:

Quantum Enigma - Physics Encounters Consciousness by Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner

The Conscious Universe – The Scientific Truth of Psychic Phenomena
by Dean Radin Ph. D.

The Unschooled Mind – How Children Think and How Schools Should Teach by Howard Gardner

rereading:

In the Mind's Eye – Visual Thinkers, Gifted People with Dyslexia and Other Learning Difficulties, Computer Images and the Ironies of Creativity by Thomas G. West

Proof positive that we XNTPs/INTPs are most definitely more than a bit strange in what we consider to be fun :devil:
 

Omission1234

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Jul 20, 2010
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I'm currently reading " You don't love me yet" by Jonathan Lethem. Half way through it then I'm moving on to stranger in a strange land :)
 

Lark

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Jun 21, 2009
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I finished reading A Canticle for Leibowitz today and I started a book called The Fall by Simon Clark, its a skip from what is a real classic of post-apocalyptic sci fi but also seriously engrained with a kind of religious content which appeals to me to a horror novel which so far is failing to impress but I'm giving it a go. Its been in my to be read pile for absolutely ages.
 

disregard

mrs
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Apr 23, 2007
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Perfection by Julie Metz. It's the type of book you tear through and ignore your loving boyfriend because of.
 
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NPcomplete

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I finished "Forbidden" by Tabitha Suzuma a few days ago. I found it extremely haunting and even now, I can't get over it.

Right now, I'm reading "Emma" [apparently Emma and I share a few similarities, although I have yet to see them] and re-reading The Sandman comics.
 

neptunesnet

man-made
Joined
Sep 5, 2009
Messages
1,228
MBTI Type
INFP
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5&4
Instinctual Variant
sx
Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin's Three Cups of Tea

It's not very good, but unfortunately I'm obligated to finish it.
 
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