What are you reading right now? - Page 5 — Totseans

What are you reading right now?

1235»

Comments

  • albertcronalbertcron Semo-Regulars
    edited July 2011
    Right now i am reading Master Key Riches. I read 2o pages and as per my experiecne it is superb book.


    Online Saree Shopping
  • AverageAverage Regular
    edited July 2011
    Book on serial killers
    Gonzo, friends of HTS tell experiences they shared with him
    and a book by jung that's kinda boring to read
  • PlebertPlebert Regular
    edited July 2011
    Average wrote: »
    Book on serial killers
    Gonzo, friends of HTS tell experiences they shared with him
    and a book by jung that's kinda boring to read

    How're you finding Gonzo?
    Is it worth le purchase?
  • Rumple ForeskinRumple Foreskin Regular
    edited July 2011
    liberty defined by ron paul. good fucking purchase and read.
  • RemadERemadE Global Moderator
    edited July 2011
    Rules of Prey by John Sandford. Reccommended by someone who has murdered.
    I also reccommend "Great Shark Hunt" by HST, as per the Gonzo post above.
  • white88enochianwhite88enochian Regular
    edited July 2011
    im reading the life and death of superman it has a hell of a lot more detail then the death comics


    i have a lot of Michael Crichton in ebook and real book form
  • McSkluvinMcSkluvin Regular
    edited July 2011
    I'm currently reading a book on HTML for the 5th time in this past week. I'm a dedicated learner...... :o

    After that I will be moving on to this JavaScript book I got.
  • PlebertPlebert Regular
    edited July 2011
    Just finished 'Songs of the Doomed', as per the gonzo post(s) above. Not going to lie, it was a bit of a cocktease.

    Every time you get engrossed in the story, it cuts short or references some other book he's written.
    Anthologies are a cruel mistress.
  • GallowsGallows Regular
    edited July 2011
    "Islands in the Stream."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islands_in_the_Stream_%28Hemingway%29

    It's more "Old Man and the Sea" than "The Sun Also Rises."
  • DCT39DCT39 New Arrival
    edited August 2011
    I just finished The Chocolate War and Stephen Kings's Dark Tower series. My next up is Brave New World.
  • PlebertPlebert Regular
    edited August 2011
    ^Brave New World is one of the 'better' dystopian imaginings, better than 1984 IMO.

    Onto some of the fun stuff-Synaptic self.

    and some object orientated java programming books.
  • MeloncholyMeloncholy Regular
    edited August 2011
    If you enjoy Brave New World and Huxley's ideas, take a look at Island. It's seen as the contrasting utopian counterpart to BNW (and is very readable).
  • PlebertPlebert Regular
    edited August 2011
    Way ahead of you, picked it up in a second hand book store. The start was pretty fucking weird though, I'm not going to lie to you.
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited August 2011
    I just finished reading House of Leaves. I am now reading Faust.
  • GelidGelid New Arrival
    edited August 2011
    I've got The Essence of Christianity by Ludwig Feuerbach shipping through UPS right now. Anyone know if it's a good read? I wanted something philosophically and theologically oriented, so I picked this out while looking through some 19th century literature. It's a critique of religion, written by an atheist and a materialist, so that should be interesting. Turns out it inspired Marx's theory of alienation.
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited August 2011
    Reading Cabal by Clive Barker right now.
  • Mudokon FarmerMudokon Farmer Acolyte
    edited August 2011
    Just read this news clip:

    930413dc5060465b84c2da8.jpg
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited August 2011
    Watch out Mudokon Farmer. That is considered PI. That isn't allowed around these parts.
  • Mudokon FarmerMudokon Farmer Acolyte
    edited August 2011
    What's PI? And this was released on Zoklet. I wasn't the one who found this newspaper. I mean, who the fuck gets raped by a bear? :o
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited August 2011
    What's PI? And this was released on Zoklet. I wasn't the one who found this newspaper. I mean, who the fuck gets raped by a bear? :o

    I'm just giving you a warning man. I posted the same article and I had to re-upload it with the name removed to avoid getting yelled at for PI spreading. Even got a message, not a warning, from a Admin telling me this is frowned upon even though its news. Sad really.
  • Mudokon FarmerMudokon Farmer Acolyte
    edited August 2011
    Bullshit! There's probably at least one billion Williams on the planet, a tenth of which who's surnames are Taggart. It's an obituary and if they have a problem with the dead, they can go fuck themselves! None of that necrophilia bullshit, either. I'm onto you sick fucks. :mad:
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited August 2011
    Well good luck man. Just passing on the warning. I have forwarded it to show you what you are in for.
  • Mudokon FarmerMudokon Farmer Acolyte
    edited August 2011
    Better watch out for bears, motherfucker! :mad:
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited August 2011
    I just finished Cabal as I had a lazy day off today. Started Atlas Shrugged which I've read once in Philosophy of Rand class. Got to say I loved Dagny Taggart as my favorite character especially when she shot a guard to save Galt from the torture chamber. Glad to see that it is getting a treatment on the silver screen over the course of three separate movies.
  • Rumple ForeskinRumple Foreskin Regular
    edited August 2011
    about half way through with william s borroughs (i know i fucked that name up) junky. couldnt recommend it more and im sure most of you have read it. the diary of an early druggies habits, ups and downs, scoring, etc is very interesting especially considering the time period
  • RemadERemadE Global Moderator
    edited August 2011
    Time to start "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac
  • PlebertPlebert Regular
    edited August 2011
    RemadE wrote: »
    Time to start "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac
    Do it and tell me it doesn't make you want to become a tweaked out vagabond.

    In keeping with all the quality literature being read around here, I am now reading
    Star Wars: The adventures of Lando Calrissian
    Because It's all I can find.
    It's deep.
    Fuck yeah.
  • LysdexicLysdexic Regular
    edited August 2011
    I'm curreently reading The Taqwacores, just started it and allthough the words are a bit weird sometimes and take a bit of getting used too, I'm really enjoying it. I'm glad I managed to get an uncensored edition.

    If a book can help create a whole new type of music then I feel it must be decent enough to read.
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited August 2011
    Beginning to read Lincoln on Leadership.
  • Rumple ForeskinRumple Foreskin Regular
    edited August 2011
    im reading Tina Fey's Bossypants. Its pretty funny and a short read. Im going to start The Rum Diary by Hunter S Thompson soon
  • orochiorochi New Arrival
    edited August 2011
    Ghost in the Wires by Kevin Mitnick with the help of William L. Simon.

    Fucking great so far. I'm about half way done.
  • AverageAverage Regular
    edited August 2011
    The heroin diaries
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited August 2011
    Reading the Holy Bible
  • DfgDfg Admin
    edited August 2011
    Ended Darkly Dreaming Dexter, now reading

    Northern Lights by Philip Pullman
  • Caramello KoalaCaramello Koala Acolyte
    edited September 2011
    I really disliked On the Road, I hope I'm not the only one... Just finished reading The Beach by Alex Garland which I bought counterfeit in Vietnam. Amazing book. Currently reading Siddhartha by Herman Hesse, I'm really enjoying it so far!
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited September 2011
    Finished reading the garbage I was reading... so full of contradictions and conflicting ideas. Beginning to read "A Primer on Jungian Psychology" by Calvin S. Hall and Vernon J. Nordby
  • Caramello KoalaCaramello Koala Acolyte
    edited September 2011
    Good for you, Jung is the man! After you're done with that check out his book: "archetypes and the collective unconscious"
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited September 2011
    Good for you, Jung is the man! After you're done with that check out his book: "archetypes and the collective unconscious"

    The book I'm reading has his lectures on:

    - The Psyche
    - Consciousness
    - The Ego
    - The Personal Unconsciousness
    - The Collective Unconsciousness
    - Complexes
    - Archetypes
    - Intuition
    - Progression and Regression
    - Transcendence and Integration
    - The Stages of Life
    - Symbols and Dreams
  • Caramello KoalaCaramello Koala Acolyte
    edited September 2011
    Right on. But you would still get a lot more out of reading one of his books on any of the above topics, Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious alone is 500 something pages. A good book that covers something you haven't listed would be 'Psychology and Alchemy'.
  • DfgDfg Admin
    edited September 2011
    Northern Lights by Philip Pullman

    Thinking of adding an audio book with that as well. But I have little or no time to read nowadays.
  • BurnBurn Regular
    edited September 2011
    The Old Man And The Sea- Ernest Hemmingway.

    I've read it a few times, and I love it.
  • DarkhunterDarkhunter Regular
    edited September 2011
    Book of the Five Rings by Musashi but translated by Stephen F. Kaufman
  • dr rockerdr rocker Regular
    edited September 2011
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/60673528/Devil-s-Guard

    That. Probably the best war story ever written. I have read it a few times now, both online and have been lent it a few times. I want to get my own copy, sometimes seen it go for $200 online.
  • LouisCypherLouisCypher Regular
    edited September 2011
    The Tin Drum
  • NegrophobeNegrophobe Regular
    edited October 2011
    Revolt against the modern world - Julius Evola along with Sex and Character - Otto Weininger.
Sign In or Register to comment.