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    Purchased the Kindle edition of Gun Machine by Warren Ellis and a paperback copy of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson for $3 at the used book shop.

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    Picked up NOS4A2, the new Joe Hill book. I'm about 50 pages in and really enjoying the hell out of it.

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    Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.
    "I came to the conclusion that the optimist thought everything good except the pessimist, and the pessimist thought everything bad, except himself." -- G.K. Chesterton

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    People of the book : A decade of Jewish Sci fi and Fantasy
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    My amazon reviews, check them out sometime!

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    Rise and fall of the Jews : a decade of Third Reich sci-fi and fantasy.

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    Bloody Reign of Slayer (something tells me I will know a good deal of what this unofficial biography covers )

    Thor: from Myth to Marvel used *been meaning to pick this up for a while now
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    Spells & Chrome by John Helfers and Neat by Russell Zimmerman.

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    The Dispossessed By Ursula K. Le Guin



    Last and First Men By Olaf Stapledon



    HG Wells Classic Collection: Vol 1


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    I picked up the Robert K. Tanenbaum paperback Bad Faith.
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    The Human Division by John Scalzi and Tyrant's Law by Daniel Abraham.
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    Pre-ordered John Jackson Miller's Kenobi I reread the synopsis and it sounds excellent.
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    My Father's Glory, Marcel Pagnol. A used copy on amazon.

    Funny thing, as the book was sold for a cent (Euro) the shipping cost was 300% more expensive than the book itself.

    Still a sweet deal, i picked this very specific edition cause that's the same as the one i had when i first read the book in the 80's as a lad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Addams View Post
    My Father's Glory, Marcel Pagnol. A used copy on amazon.

    Funny thing, as the book was sold for a cent (Euro) the shipping cost was 300% more expensive than the book itself.

    Still a sweet deal, i picked this very specific edition cause that's the same as the one i had when i first read the book in the 80's as a lad.

    Sweet indeed.

    Pagnol is an author I feel compelled to read aloud, just so I can do the accent. Hopefully without too many people around!
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    Star Wars Dawn of the Jedi Into the Void - I couldn't stand the first 50 pages I read, but it's tied into my favorite comic so I figured I'd give it another chance.

    On my radar: Lords of Salem noveliztion, Inferno by Dan Brown (enjoyed Angels & Demons, didn't like Da Vinci Code and haven't read the Lost Symbol.) This sounds like a good, fun read and I'd like to see how Dante's work is woven into this. Just waiting for the prices to come down. Wish the digital versions were cheaper.
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