Book suggestions?

Started by Assault, Aug 01, 2004, 06:12 AM

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I'm out of reading material and I was wondering if anyone had any novels or authors they would like to reccomend?

The kind of stuff I like to read;

Everything Stephen King has written  8)
George Orwell (1984 and Animal farm)
Alot of Robert McCammond and Dean Koontz novels
I'm having a brain fart right now, so I can't remember these authors names (sad, I know), but I enjoyed "Catcher in the rye" and "The old man and the sea" :roll:
Feminism is the product of female selfishness, compounded by male chivalry.

- Peter Zohrab -


I just remembered!!!

"Catcher in the rye" is written by J.D. Salinger!! :P might take a few minutes, but the brain does kick in eventually. :lol:
Feminism is the product of female selfishness, compounded by male chivalry.

- Peter Zohrab -


Atlas Shrugged    :D
i] We drank our toast to innocence,
We drank our toast to now.
We tried to reach beyond the emptiness,
But neither one knew how. [/i]


Iain M Banks


The Culture of Disbelief- Stephen L. Carter

The Weight of Glory- C.S. Lewis

The End of History and the Last Man- Francis Fukuyama

Anything by Edna St. Vincent Millay
It is impossible to reason a man out of something he was never reasoned into in the first place- Swift

"The cardinal principle of judicial restraint--if it is not necessary to decide more, it is necessary not to decide more."


The Predatory Female by Rev. Lawrence Shannon

Sex-ploitation by Matthew Fitzgerald

The Lucifer Principle by Howard Bloom
ometimes you got to make your own sunshine.


brave new world-  aduios huxley

the voyage of the catalupe ( not sure if it's catalupe but it's the voyage of)

killing pablo


Kate Fillion - "Lip Service"
Robin Baker - "Sperm Wars"
Anything by Richard Dawkins, if you can stand heavy-duty evolutionary stuff ("The Blind Watchmaker" is probably the best for the first-time Dawkins reader; "The Extended Phenotype" was the most enjoyable for me).
Antonio R. Damasio: "Descartes' Error"
Steven Pinker: "The Language Instinct" and everything else by him.

Lighter stuff: I love Dashiell Hammet and Raymond Chandler's mysteries.
John Fowles' books: "The Collector", "The Magus", "A Maggot" &c.
The spreading of information about the [quantum] system through the [classical] environment is ultimately responsible for the emergence of "objective reality." 

Wojciech Hubert Zurek: Decoherence, einselection, and the quantum origins of the classical


My reading lists on Stand Your Ground:

Authors, Websites, Books
Politically Incorrect Reading

You may like to add your own lists to the thread of the first link.


Robert H. Bork 'Slouching Towards Gomorrah' is a great one. Chapter 11 is all about radical feminism.

Pat Buchanan's 'Death Of The West' is also excellent.
Openly Straight.


some interesting reads:

The Divine Comedy - Dante (especially The Inferno)
Hagakure - Yamamoto Tsunetomo
The Lucifer Principle - Howard Bloom (great call Sunchyme)

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