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    what are your favorite books

    just curious

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    The Blood Meridian. Anything and everything by Cormac McCarthy

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    there is only 1 book and 1 book only and that's the greatest word the word of gawd hallyjuewa amen

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    Quote Originally Posted by cepriano View Post
    there is only 1 book and 1 book only and that's the greatest word the word of gawd hallyjuewa amen
    and it comes in 7 parts...Harry muthafurkin to the max Potter! only thing sadly missing is surfing...

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    'The Seldom Seen Christmas Special,' William Paddington

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    'The BIBLE' GODS WORD

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    Quote Originally Posted by MY SAVIOR View Post
    'The BIBLE' GODS WORD
    It's agreed, we're all into fiction.

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    I like to read allot. Surf wise all 3 of Alan C. Weisbecker are good. Non-surf related on the road by Jack kerouac, or anything by him. Rules of attraction by Bret Easton Ellis. The electric kool aid acid test by Tom Wolfe. And a father's story Brett Jeffery Dahmers father.

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    We had a similar thread last year. That's cool, mine are:
    John Steinbeck: Cannery Row
    Ernest Hemingway: The Old Man and the Sea
    James Michener: Chesapeake, Hawaii
    Louis L'Amour: Paperback westerns. Good, light reading at night before hitting the rack.
    Books on religions, art history, California history, various nature guides, and
    children's books written in German (I still struggle with those).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slashdog View Post
    'The Seldom Seen Christmas Special,' William Paddington
    Entertaining as all get-out, but the saga was left uncompleted. Or I just missed it.