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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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    Quote Originally Posted by TropicStormTrash View Post
    The Blood Meridian. Anything and everything by Cormac McCarthy
    +1 on Blood Meridian. That book is amazing.

    and this..
    Quote Originally Posted by Scbe View Post
    Skip "Kook" by Peter Heller. Bought it at the airport as I need a book for the plane and it was about surfing. It has a very weak story line and
    vague environmental references about a guy from CO mastering surfing in 6 months with a team of coaches.
    Man, when the pro coach flew in to help the guy out I knew I didn't care much for this book
    Last edited by mitchell; May 2, 2014 at 01:29 AM.

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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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    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.

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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.