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Originally Posted by Arthur PE View Post

just finished the Pollack bio and am 1/2 through the Jobs bio

the Jobs (by Walter Isaacson) bio ya? How is it? I got it as a gift for X-Mas but just can't commit the time to reading it right now... not even sure if I really want to. plain.gif
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Still working on This Way for the Gas,... Taking longer than I thought, hard to get through, this really is depressing.
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the Jobs (by Walter Isaacson) bio ya? How is it? I got it as a gift for X-Mas but just can't commit the time to reading it right now... not even sure if I really want to. plain.gif

I got 1/2way through and then got bored. Mostly because I find him to be an uncompelling asshole.

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Novelty, why didn't you get the Steegmuller translation of Bovary?
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Actually I got The Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition on my kindle.
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I've been in the mood for one of those popcorn military/technothriller books. I almost never dabble in that genre, but I've been craving a fast read for whatever reason. Who else should I look at beyond Tom Clancy?
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Reading "The Big Short." Ashamed to say that I haven't completed a book in probably 2 months. Thsi time of year, work owns me.
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I've been in the mood for one of those popcorn military/technothriller books. I almost never dabble in that genre, but I've been craving a fast read for whatever reason. Who else should I look at beyond Tom Clancy?

He's the only that ever turned my crank- I have a higher proportion of put down techno-thrillers than any other genre.
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Im a sucker for dumb-fiction, but The Hunger Games, really? Those books are about a poor as it gets...
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Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength by Roy F. Baumeister & John Tierney
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Im a sucker for dumb-fiction, but The Hunger Games, really? Those books are about a poor as it gets...

Since I won't sit and read Twilight or and of the Harry Potter books, I figured I'd go through that fairly entertaining trilogy. I only read them because of a suggestion from one of my English teacher friends.

Didn't really like this at all.
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