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Re: What are you readioactive now(and other book related stuff)?

Postby adrian » Fri Feb 29, 2008 1:15 am UTC

I'm reading John Banville's The Sea.

Not far enough yet to tell much, but at least it isn't about miserable, oversized Irish families like too many books I've read from Irish authors are.

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Postby Hica » Fri Feb 29, 2008 2:22 pm UTC

Right now I'm reading Cardinal of the Kremlin by Tom Clancy.

Once I'm done with this book I'm going to read to begin reading the Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov before picking up the Tom Clancy series again.

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Postby backrub » Tue Mar 04, 2008 1:22 am UTC

I am not much of a reader. But lately I have felt a lot more sparks of interest. After some discussion in my calc 2 class, my professor recommended I read Contact, by Carl Sagan. I absolutely LOVE the movie. And so far the book is just amazing. I do not think I have ever read more of a book in such a short period of time. (I am not one of those people who can finish a book in one day... yet!)

Since this is going well, I think I may move on to other sci-fi stuff. Might check out 2001 series, or some Isaac Asimoc stuff. (Although I tried Foundation a while back and had trouble following it..

But to anybody who has only seen Contact, and not read the book I can say so far it is great.

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Postby Rodan » Tue Mar 04, 2008 1:53 am UTC

I'm still on Cryptonomicon. It's really long Plus I've been reading a few side books as well. Specifically The Pythons by The Pythons (of Monty Python) and The first volume of Showcase Presents the Justice League (ah, huge, colourless, paperback books. The second-best reprint format for comics available (second to DVD-ROMs).)

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Postby zomgmouse » Tue Mar 04, 2008 8:38 am UTC

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Postby diotimajsh » Tue Mar 04, 2008 10:47 am UTC

backrub wrote:[...] Contact, by Carl Sagan. I absolutely LOVE the movie. And so far the book is just amazing. I do not think I have ever read more of a book in such a short period of time. (I am not one of those people who can finish a book in one day... yet!) [...]

Seriously. Incredible book. I was flabbergasted at how much better it was than the movie (not to say that the movie was bad--just that the book was that much better). I also liked that Sagan made some interesting points about the wonder that science can instill, gender, and, of course, religion vs. science confrontations.
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Postby wery67564 » Wed Mar 05, 2008 9:49 pm UTC

Just picked up Gravity's Rainbow because of fora recommendations. It's crazy good.
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Postby Narsil » Wed Mar 05, 2008 10:22 pm UTC

Damn straight it is. I'm going to have to re-read it again sometime. It's dense, but his writing is so incredibly good.

Meanwhile, Infinite Jest is taking a really long time to read, but I'm loving every minute of it. Really great stuff. It's a lot like Pynchon, but it's a actually coherent and readable.
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Postby JayDee » Thu Mar 06, 2008 5:50 am UTC

I'm currently reading Blackstone's Modern Card Tricks. Mainly because it's the lightest book in my 'too read' pile and I wanted something to take to uni. Very happy now, I found a description of a trick I learnt when I was about 10, but hadn't seen in a book since.
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Postby Nebulae » Thu Mar 06, 2008 6:00 am UTC

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Postby Protagonist » Fri Mar 07, 2008 10:41 pm UTC

Perdido Street Station, Against the Day, and Borge's Collected Fictions.

Hey, I also have a question. Has anyone heard anything about this random new book apparently by Kurt Vonnegut?

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Postby bigglesworth » Sat Mar 08, 2008 7:43 pm UTC

Can't help you there I'm afraid.

Well, I finished Rise of Endymion. After a disappointing start when compared to hyperion, the end was pretty good.

Now reading the Illuminatus! omnibus. To be more precise, I just finished The Eye and the Apple.

It's cool, weird, trippy, and just a little confusing. But worth the while. I'm now annoying my friends with symbolic and synchronistic trivia. Hail Discordia!
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Postby someguy » Sat Mar 08, 2008 10:25 pm UTC

Crime and Punishment by that Russian guy.

I'm enjoying it a lot more than I thought I would, too (I was afraid I wouldn't be able to so much as comprehend two words in a row, for some reason.)
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Postby nevskey1 » Mon Mar 10, 2008 2:27 am UTC

@someguy: Be sure to come back to C&P over the years. You get something new out of it each time. It's a great thriller, but as you get older you relate much more to how it's an unfolding of a human soul, and the crime therein, rather than a simple detective story.

After being endlessly sidetracked, I'm finally enjoying Flann O'Brien's The Third Policeman. It's terrific. Amazon doesn't lie -- except for when it does. If you like heady, metaphysical, postmodern literature, this is for you. If you like hilarious, Monty Python-ish absurdism, this is for you. I wish I had the chance to read Catch-22 next, and see which is funnier. But, alas, next I'll have to go forward with my current Melville obsession and tackle his beast, Clarel, which I'm getting for my birthday (w00t!).
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Postby Clara » Mon Mar 10, 2008 3:17 am UTC

Just finished 'The Sound of One Hand Clapping' by Richard Flanagan and am now reading 'The Pebble in the Sky' by Isaac Asimov.

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Postby The Spherical Cow » Tue Mar 11, 2008 1:34 pm UTC

Just finished reading Lolita, which was excellent. About to start on Love In The Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. I've read 100 Years of Solitude before, and I enjoyed that. We'll see how this goes.

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Postby Dr. Canadian Ninja » Sat Mar 15, 2008 10:06 am UTC

someguy wrote:Crime and Punishment by that Russian guy.

I'm enjoying it a lot more than I thought I would, too (I was afraid I wouldn't be able to so much as comprehend two words in a row, for some reason.)


Ahh, Dostoevsky. I loathed that book when I first read it, but I'm thinking now, a few years later, I may indeed be able to comprehend it.

I recently finished Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita, which has refueled a deadened passion for reading and sparked my imagination for writing. It's an excellent book which I would recommend to quite a few people. I plan on reading Dr. Zhivago next.

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Postby Sandry » Mon Mar 17, 2008 1:00 am UTC

I just finished Bad Monkeys by Matt Ruff. I love his stuff, and I enjoyed this book, unsurprisingly. Doesn't look like it'll be my favourite of his, but that's no slight, really. Set This House in Order kicks so much arse that I'm not sure he'll ever top it, in my view. I think I need to re-read Bad Monkeys in the semi-near future, though, since going in with no assumptions seems like it will be a very different read from going in already knowing details.

Also recently finished Mona Lisa Overdrive, and was completely filled with apathy for the entire length of the book, which saddened me. I kept waiting to care and it never really happened. Gibson seems to be extremely hit or miss for me. *sigh* I picked up Count Zero to try again, as a friend implied he found the Count interesting, and I knew there was no way he'd reached that conclusion with any level of enthusiasm from Mona Lisa Overdrive.
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Postby MrHackman » Tue Mar 18, 2008 6:27 am UTC

just finished "Flatland" and "Sphereland" and I'm looking for similar works ("Flatterland" "Spaceland" etc)
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Postby JayDee » Tue Mar 18, 2008 8:46 am UTC

Sandry wrote:Also recently finished Mona Lisa Overdrive, and was completely filled with apathy for the entire length of the book, which saddened me. I kept waiting to care and it never really happened. Gibson seems to be extremely hit or miss for me. *sigh* I picked up Count Zero to try again, as a friend implied he found the Count interesting, and I knew there was no way he'd reached that conclusion with any level of enthusiasm from Mona Lisa Overdrive.

I really enjoyed Mona Lisa Overdrive as it was going. That and Count Zero (and the two of the Bridge trilogy that I've read thus far) seem very samey, with a bunch of character moving around and converging in a rather contrived fashion. I found them good enough reads for the most part. But awful endings. I knew how overdrive ended before reading it, but I must have suppressed that knowledge deep, and it hit me full strength when I read the book. Neuromancer I'll read again, maybe. Not so much with the rest.
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Postby Timequake » Thu Mar 20, 2008 6:18 am UTC

I'm currently starting to read Les Miserables , and I've been forgetting that I was reading Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut repeatedly for the past several months.
I also recently finished Voltaire's Candide .
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Postby bigglesworth » Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:06 pm UTC

Finished the Illuminatus! trilogy. Wow, a twist!

Onto Deathscent, by Robin Jarvis. Borrowed from a friend, (EarthScorpion on a few fora in case you've come across him), it's pretty interesting so far. Mr Jarvis seems to occasionally miss out on his descriptions somewhat, however racing towards the next Thing That Happens.
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Postby theamberkey » Fri Mar 21, 2008 2:45 pm UTC

I've recently started The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak.

It's really quite good.
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Postby bigglesworth » Fri Mar 21, 2008 8:08 pm UTC

Well, I finished Deathscent. I agree with all the things I said in my last post. If anything it's even worse at the end.

However, I'm now reading Gravity's Rainbow. And it's good.
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Postby stevekl » Fri Mar 21, 2008 10:44 pm UTC

Right now I'm in the middle of Douglas Coupland's Miss Wyoming and I just finished Hilary Mantel's Beyond Black.

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Postby kjsharke » Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:51 am UTC

I'm glad to see people reading Gravity's Rainbow... it really can't be recommended enough (to xkcdians)

Similarly Gödel, Escher, Bach, An Eternal Golden Braid by Hofstadter, which isn't fiction but has spawned passionate conversations with people in the most random of places.

But right now, I am reading Kite Runner, then Far from the Madding Crowd.

I also generally have books that I have read a million times lying around to keep me sane: Green Mars and Blue Mars right now. (I can't find Red)

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Postby annals » Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:02 pm UTC

I'm reading the Chronicles of Prydain, by Lloyd Alexander. I've finished the first book, and frankly, I wasn't impressed. "Tolkien ripoff" seems a bit harsh, but the phrase kept coming to mind throughout the book. Can anyone tell me if they get better?

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Postby jakkle » Mon Mar 24, 2008 10:25 pm UTC

ovid for me, just finished inferno. i love them both. also i read a clockwork orange almost constantly, just dip in and out. soon starting a collection of kafka's short stories. im interested in classic literature, both classic and modern, anything youd reccommend? i really want to be well-read lol. am also interested in philosophy - im going to get sartre's nausea soon i think. anything philosophical i should read?
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Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Mon Mar 24, 2008 10:34 pm UTC

Hugh Laurie's The Gunseller. It's not so much a comic novel (despite every review on the damn book), but a serious novel written in a snarky, sarcastic, dry tone, as of someone retelling a serious story in person and throwing in some wry humor to lighten the mood. it is, however, extremely captivating (not so much for the plot, which is pretty simple as these things go), but because it's such a fun read. He may not be Hemmingway, and he may not be Pratchett, but he's still a very good writer.

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Postby Nyssa » Mon Mar 24, 2008 11:54 pm UTC

John Irving's The World According To Garp. So far, so good.
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Postby turnwrite » Tue Mar 25, 2008 3:43 am UTC

Little, Big by John Crowley. I like the surreal, escapist feeling this book seems to give off, but I've only just started it, so we'll see.
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Postby Zohar » Tue Mar 25, 2008 9:59 am UTC

A few days ago I finished Olympos by Dan Simmons. It was good but too much was left unexplained, IMO (specifically, the history of the world in question). Certainly epic.

Started The Stars, Like Dust by Asimov. I love Asimov. :)
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Postby michaelandjimi » Tue Mar 25, 2008 11:14 am UTC

Mighty Jalapeno wrote:Hugh Laurie's The Gunseller.


Oh my God, he writes. *Charges to the bookstore in the rain*
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Postby Angelene » Wed Mar 26, 2008 6:35 am UTC

Finally finished Norwegian Wood, and my opinion of said combined with that of The Wind Up Bird and Sputnik Sweetheart has led me to conclude that Murakami is just not for me, I'm afraid.

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Postby ishikiri » Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:13 pm UTC

the Complete Robot by Asimov
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Postby Ishindri » Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:25 am UTC

Just got a copy of Godel, Escher, Bach from the library. Going to start it this weekend.
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Postby Rodan » Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:27 am UTC

Finished 1984 by George Orwell (which got bumped up in the queue), which was doubleplusawesome.
Now I've started adventures In The Screen Trade by William Goldman, and I'm also reading the Showcase Presents Superman Vol. 1 reprinting Superman and Action Comics from the late fifties, which is really, really awesome in a really retarded way. It's just good, clean, Silver Age fun.

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Postby bigglesworth » Mon Mar 31, 2008 5:40 pm UTC

Still reading Gravity's Rainbow (of course, it hasn't even been a month of reading yet...).

But I noticed a few minutes ago that I was reading it while listening to Guns and Roses' Rocket Queen. Which I thought was eerily apt.
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Postby Laura » Tue Apr 01, 2008 10:44 pm UTC

I'm reading Colleen McCullough's "Anthony and Cleopatra." It's a non-addition addition to her 'completed' Masters of Rome series. So far, it's excellent. I'm loving her characterisation of Livia, Agrippa, Cleopatra and Anthony, although her Octavian doesn't ring quite right for me. Still. I'm only a third or so in. I live in hope!

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Postby Zohar » Wed Apr 02, 2008 6:05 am UTC

Just finished The Stars, Like Dust by Asimov.

Decided this morning (while waiting for someone to get out of the bathroom) to read Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer. Just read a couple of pages but they were enjoyable. Also, I loved the movie (it's not often I read a book after watching the movie).

Also took the latest DMZ TP, Friendly Fire by Brian Wood, to work.
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