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[Deep Freeze] Friday, October 17, 2008 8:16:15 AM 
Exactly. If you have not already read it, I recommend Desperation.
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[Head banger] Friday, October 17, 2008 8:12:02 AM 
yep, its great.  this is one of his best works, but your right, even if you pick up one of his weaker works, your on the right road.\
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[Deep Freeze] Friday, October 17, 2008 8:01:36 AM 
Excellent choice, HB. You really cannot go wrong with King.
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[Head banger] Friday, October 17, 2008 7:58:17 AM 
I am re reading the stand by steven king.
[Deep Freeze] Friday, October 17, 2008 7:50:05 AM 
Choosing Civility by Dr.PM Forni of Johns Hopkins. For me, this is a "must read", gang! How often have I preached manners and civility to all of you? How often have I lamented the terrible rudness that reaches every part of our lives? Dr.Forni examines the deterioration of our societies and how we have allowed ourselves to become so tremendously rude and ill mannered. This may not be a "Rock n Roll" bio, but I urge anyone here that actually enjoys reading to pick this one up. It will change how you treat others and, afterall, couldn't we all use a little more civility?
[jimmyjames] Friday, October 17, 2008 6:38:06 AM 
I just bought Lemmys autobiography White Line Fever and a book about Motley Crue called The Dirt which is supposed to be very good.
[PRIEST_HAMMER] Saturday, September 20, 2008 1:09:19 PM 

Right now I'm reading "Fit For Life" by Harvey & Marilyn Diamond. I just finished these other books:

1. Living Without Pain
2. Why Christians Get Sick
3. The Clay Cure
4. Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You Know About
5. More Natural Cures: Previously Censored Products That Cure Disease
6. The Weight Loss Cure "They" Don't Want You To Know About
7. The Debt Cure "They" Don't Want You To Know About

I'm still reading The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King and Twilight by Stephanie Meyer. The movie to the latter one is coming out this November 21st; taking Harry Potter's spot. Harry Potter was bumped up to July 9th for next year. I guess J.K. didn't wanna butt heads with Meyer...hehehehehe.


[paperflowers] Wednesday, September 17, 2008 9:45:42 PM 
Just curious....any other ADD brains around who have trouble reading books?
[jimmyjames] Wednesday, September 17, 2008 1:21:52 AM 
Has anyone read My Wicked, Wicked Ways, its the autobiography of the great Errol Flynn, would recommend this book to anyone, the life of a hellraising, alcoholic, womaniser in his own words.
[joedraper] Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:48:09 PM 

How To See Yourself As You Really Are - The Dalai Lama

Ok, firstly, this is not a religious book perse. What I mean by that is yes, it's writen by the leader of the buddhist faith but... you can also choose to read this book and use the meditations as day to day 'looking after my mind' sort of aid. I've always been a firm believer in meditation in order to keep your mind clear and rested. This book is a great guide to those who are interested in meditations for these reasons. The old beliefs are healthy mind =  healthy body. You can believe in whatever religion that fits right for your soul and still benifit from this book. It is writen without the need to call one into the buddhist faith but rather to help mankind clear their minds.. (he he he there I go getting poetic on ya'll lol)

The first part of the book helps to deal with perspection, persception and how to suppres negative emotions.

The second part teaches us to understand the difference as to how we see ourselves, as opposed to how we actually are.

The third part is a step to step guide on how to meditate and capture it's possitive powers.
The fourth and fith part explains how we really exsist in relation to people and things.

Go on be brave, if you want an alternative look on things then you can't go wrong with this book.

[~ MG_Metalgoddess~] Friday, September 05, 2008 4:54:33 PM 

Ann Rule/ True Crime..  Smoking mirrors and looking glass  ... I cant remeber...  Its about husbands who have murdered thier wives and famlies, for either another woman or money...... there are like 5 true stories in the 1 book.

[Everleigh] Friday, September 05, 2008 4:41:57 PM 
"The Road" by Cormac Mc Carthy, and "They Year of Magical Thinking" by Joan Didion. Both are relatively "short books"- . I read one on the way to Vegas to see Priest, and the other on the fllight home.
[zumpulija] Monday, September 01, 2008 7:40:41 AM 
East Wind: West Wind by Pearl Buck - surrisingly interesting book. I really enjoy reading it
[_strat_] Saturday, August 30, 2008 12:50:36 AM 
That would be cool. It would also be cool if they would finaly film Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.

There are never enough fantasy movies to go around. Specialy not the good ones.
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[Palmer Griffiths] Thursday, August 28, 2008 6:51:54 PM 
I recently heard that in 2009 Universal is supposed to adapt the books to a motion picture.I don't know how good it would be.I hope it will stay true to the books.
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[WhiskeyWoman] Thursday, August 28, 2008 12:16:47 PM 
Cool thread!  (Just discovered it...)

Just finished:
"The Lovely Bones" - Alice Sebold
(was okay...)
"Duma Key" - S.King
(very cool)
[crypticangle] Wednesday, August 27, 2008 11:09:48 AM 
Judas Priest--Heavy Metal Painkillers
Nikki Sixx--The Heroin Diaries
Anthony Kiedis--Scar Tissue
[Justin Kenny] Monday, August 25, 2008 10:57:03 AM 
My latest conquests include:

"Temples On The Other Side" -- Sylvia Browne
"Cell" -- Stephen King (so far, so good)
"The Exorcist" -- William Peter Blatty ( nowonmai --figure THAT out!! )
[_strat_] Monday, August 25, 2008 1:53:29 AM 

I read "The Fortress of the Pearl" recently, and yeah, its pretty good. A nice idea that I havent seen before, about traveling through someones dream. Oh, and Elric kicks ass, thats for sure.

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