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    Default Books - What Are You Reading / What Do You Recommend?

    I'll admit to being a bit of a bookworm. Looking for something new. I've read American Sniper, Into the fire, Fearless, The Red circle as well non-fiction like the Game of Thrones epic and Blood Meridian. Currently I'm reading The Twelve. I know there are a few buried threads on this but anybody have something new that blew them away? Not much of a TV guy

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    You should pick up some reloading books and start a new hobby
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    Quote Originally Posted by islandermyk View Post
    You should pick up some reloading books and start a new hobby
    This or learn more about ammo in general.
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    "Paul Revere's Ride." It's about the opening days of the American Revolution. Very well writen and entertaining to read for a non-fiction history book.
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    Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson, it is a trilogy. Really anything by Brandon Sanderson.

    I've suggested this series and this author on here several times, but I don't think I've had anyone actually read it/him yet.
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    We need a Book Thread sticky. I'm a bit of a bookworm myself.

    The Name of The Wind and the sequel The Wise Man's Fear are the best novels I've read recently. There is a third coming at some point. It's Harry Potter for adults. Very well written, captivating, and exciting.

    Anything by Orson Scott Card. I recommend starting with the Ender's Game quadrilogy, but really anything by Card is guaranteed to be fantastic.
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    Harry Potter was a book for adults. Also, we already have a books thread around here some where, it's just not stickied.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teufelhund View Post
    We need a Book Thread sticky. I'm a bit of a bookworm myself.
    Good idea. Done.
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    Also, we already have a books thread around here some where, it's just not stickied.
    Yes we do, and when I find it, I'll merge it with this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irving View Post
    Harry Potter was a book for adults. Also, we already have a books thread around here some where, it's just not stickied.
    Was it? I didn't get that. Seemed like a very easy read. The one I'm talking about is a bit more violent.
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