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    Summer Reading

    Anyone know a good fiction book I can pick up? I'm getting more and more bored everyday so I might as well read.
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    Re: Summer Reading

    Some books I enjoyed,

    Z for Zacharia
    The Jungle---->Upton Sinclair
    Galapagos----->Kurt Vonnegut
    The Stranger---> Albert Camus
    The Guest (Short Story)-->Albert Camus
    A Modest Proposal (Satire short story)--->Swift
    Biography of Rasputin


    What kind of books do you like?

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    What kind of fiction? Mystery? Suspense? Science fiction? Romance novels? LOL
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    Re: Summer Reading

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    Some books I enjoyed,

    Z for Zacharia
    The Jungle---->Upton Sinclair
    Galapagos----->Kurt Vonnegut
    The Stranger---> Albert Camus
    The Guest (Short Story)-->Albert Camus
    A Modest Proposal (Satire short story)--->Swift
    Biography of Rasputin


    What kind of books do you like?
    From what I hear, Rasputin was a man among men!
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    Re: Summer Reading

    Ha didn't even catch that you wanted fiction

    You could read Dante's Inferno in honor of our QB.


    Cajun, Rasputin was a ladies man to say the least. One of the first rockstars :grin:

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    Re: Summer Reading

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    Ha didn't even catch that you wanted fiction

    You could read Dante's Inferno in honor of our QB.


    Cajun, Rasputin was a ladies man to say the least. One of the first rockstars :grin:
    On a par with Tommy Lee from what I hear...Pamela Anderson would have been all over his jock back in the day! :lol:
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    Re: Summer Reading

    i dont know about you, but i love tom clancy books. right now im reading the dragon and the bear.

    for the first 7 years of my life my dad always threatened to get me the feel the fuzzy bunny book. i hated it. id break down in tears, and i was like 4. :lol:

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    Oohh Dante's Inferno...

    I kinda like science fiction but not to the point where its unbeleivable. Otherwise I'm pretty much a fan of any genre as long as its a good read.
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    Re: Summer Reading

    You could always read the Dave Robicheaux detective novels by James Lee Burke...I like them, but then I am kinda partial because they are set in my Cajun homeland. But seriously, Burke is the master of setting the scene...it feels like you are really there.
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