Old 22nd November 2010, 02:04   #41
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holy...

How many in most recent 12 months or are all 106 from this past year?

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Those are all from 2010.

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What's your prediction for total by new year's day?

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Having caught up on the Wheel of Time books, I should be back to reading 1 book every 2 nights (or less).

I'm going to go out on a limb and say I probably wont pass 125. The next "big" books I have are Stephanie Meyer's "The Host" (619 pages) and Orson Scott Card's "Pathfinder" (672 pages). The other books I have are standard sized novels.

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107 The Host by Stephenie Meyer
108 Pathfinder by Orson Scott Card
109 Side Jobs by Jim Butcher



"The Host" has redeemed Meyer. If she writes a sequel, I'll gladly read it, but I ain't touching any of her other Twilight crap with a 10 foot pole.

Card's "Pathfinder" was amazing. It's up with the top 10 books I've read so far, and for $10 on Amazon for a hardcover copy, I recommend it.

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Old 29th November 2010, 17:51   #48
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can i say wow. i used to read all the time when i worked on the road. when i stopped i wanted to read a book a week. if i get through 12 to 15 a year i'm doing well. to improve this though, i'm getting an ipad. liked the list.
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110 Felix Castor, book 01: The Devil You Know by Mike Carey
111 Alvin Maker, book 01: Seventh Son by Orson Scott Card
112 Felix Castor, book 02: Vicious Circle by Mike Carey
113 Felix Castor, book 03: Dead Men's Boots by Mike Carey


Will actually be starting on 113 tonight. A bit odd to read the Felix Castor series since it's set in London. Don't know anything over there, so it's harder to put things in perspective. If it were set in New York City or Chicago, I'd have no problem. Also, reading "arse" gets annoying.

I am, however, enjoying it. It's along the same line as the Vampire Files series, only the main character is an exorcists instead of a vampire. And it's in modern London instead of 30's Chicago.

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What makes it funny is that I only read at work.

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don't mind me, i'm just here to comment on how appalling the complete and utter lack of the following is:

1. hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy
2. dune (but mostly book 1 and 4)
3. isaac asimov, but i'll let you slide on him because his only books worth reading are short story collections.

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I read Hitchhiker's Guide a couple years back. Didn't feel the need to read it again quite so soon, but I probably will in 2011. I'll eventually get to Dune. Dunno about Asimov though.

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just good sci-fi in general actually to a point.

dune, all of the books are very long, i think #4 was around 1,000+ pages, it's a good read if you manage to make it through all 8 (i think, is there more?) but i'd recommend swapping them back and forth with something else, they can be a very long winded read.

as for asimov, as i said, find his short stories, i hate to say it but the longer stuff i've read of him doesn't compare.

also, tom clancy? do you like his work? personally i can't stand it, it's not so much the writing i hate as the writing style he uses though, the plots jump around and switch characters constantly, you almost need a cheat sheet to keep track of it all, otherwise they're not bad though.

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Never read any Clancy. Gonna give the Bourne books a go, though.

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i'm not sure i could recommend his books honestly, the plot is so badly convoluted, if not for that though i could say i enjoy them, i typically employ a "10 backturn" rule, that is if i have to turn pages backwards to re-read to understand the context of what i'm reading on the current page more than 10 times i typically won't read that author again, or will be extremely reluctant too at the least.

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And moving on...

114 Felix Castor, book 04: Thicker Than Water by Mike Carey
115 Lost Boys by Orson Scott Card
116 Hank Thompson, book 01: Caught Stealing by Charlie Huston
117 Hank Thompson, book 02: Six Bad Things by Charlie Huston


I should have the 5th Felix Castor book in soon. Book 4 ended with a cliffhanger, so it's slightly annoying. Scott Card's "Lost Boys" was quite good. I can see where M. Night Shamalamadingdong got his inspiration from when he made "The Sixth Sense".

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Is the Lost boys wat they made the movie from? I love that movie.
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Is the Lost boys wat they made the movie from? I love that movie.
Lost Boys is what Shamalamadingdong plagiarized to make Sixth Sense.

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118 Hank Thompson, book 03: A Dangerous Man by Charlie Huston
119 Joe Pitt, book 01: Already Dead by Charlie Huston
120 Alvin Maker, book 02: Red Prophet by Orson Scott Card
121 Agent Pendergast, book 03: The Cabinet of Curiosities by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
122 Felix Castor, book 05: The Naming of the Beasts by Mike Carey



Pretty sure 122 will be my final book for 2010.

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Yes, Felix Castor book 5 was my 122nd and final book for 2010. Up next:

001 Kurt Wallander, book 01: Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell

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So 122! That's pretty impressive. I'd like to see how this thread develops over the course of a full year.

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Not as many, I'm sure. Most of the 122 books I read were borrowed, only a few I bought myself. At 10 bucks a pop, getting new books is going to be harder to do. I already have several series' I want to read, and in order to do that, I need to buy 4 Joe Pitt Casebooks (I own the first one), 8 Kurt Wallander books, with 1 yet to be translated into English (and I own the first one), and 12 Inspector Ian Rutledge books, with a new one due out this year. I don't own and have yet to read any of them yet. So $240 tops just for those books, and I'm still trying to save for a new laptop.

I still have a box of about 20 Orson Scott Card books, and my friend still has a bunch of books (currently have 6 of the Jason Bourne books to read). Just a matter of finding books that fit the genre I enjoy (I have no interest in "classical literature." Something like The Grapes of Wrath or Moby Dick would probably bore me to death).

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I love Steinbeck. He could tear your heart out with his words, Although Of Mice and Men is barely 160 pages in paperback, it is one of the most moving books I've ever read. And the simplicity and note to detail of its characters is a thing that stays with you forever.
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Amazon or other similar sites are good for buying books. My wife gets used books all the time from used book web sites and used book stores. Plus, you can sell or trade them when you're done, if you're willing to do the work. You had quite an impressive year this past year though.

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The afore mentioned friend bought 8 new books (9 really since one is an omnibus with 2 books in it) on amazon. He's read all of them before, but didn't have hard copies of them. But being nice as he is, he's having Amazon ship them to me first, so when I finish reading them, I can drop them off at his place next time I visit. They should get here Wednesday, so I'll update then with the list of books. I know the omnibus has the first two Torin Kerr books ("Valor's Choice" and "The Better Part of Valor" by Tanya Huff).

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Sounds like you have a pretty sweet hook-up.

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Yeah, he's in the process of turning their spare bedroom into a library.

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Do you read Pynchon? Gravity's Rainbow? The Crying of Lot 49? You're smart enough to get through his works. He's a very dense read, but fun and worth the trouble.
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Isn't about smarts for me, it's about what keeps me entertained (like choosing to watch Transformers instead of The Illusionist. Granted, I liked The Illusionist, but given the choice, I'm going with giant robots and explosions. Basically: It's a guy thing). Pick up any of Lee Child's Jack Reacher books, and you'll see the kind of book pace I need for me not to fall asleep. Took me 3 days to get through the first Kurt Wallander book, Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell, and it's less than 300 pages. It was an okay story, but it was like watching an episode of CSI that takes place in 1990 and went nowhere, and the main character did hardly anything but bitch about himself and Sweeden (since the series takes place in Sweeden). I don't think I'll be continuing that series.

Some of the classic pieces of literature may be good, but they're far too slow for me to be able to enjoy. Books play though my head like a movie: I don't enjoy slow movies. Three nights at work to get through Faceless Killers at under 300 pages compared to being able to plow through a 500 page Repairman Jack novel in one night at work. Faceless Killers was good, but no thanks.

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Ahhh, I see. I wanna have "B". I think he's my fav. But, I like character studies. And I like "The Journey" of some very slow paced movies and books. Of ourse, it helps if the writer has something.
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That's a lot of books read, it sure beats my record of about five.
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Got the books in today. They are:

A Confederation of Valor by Tanya Huff (Valor's Choice and The Better Part of Valor)
Secret Histories, book 1: The Man with the Golden Torc by Simon R. Green
Secret Histories, book 2: Daemons are Forever by Simon R. Green
Secret Histories, book 3: The Spy who Haunted Me by Simon R. Green
Nightside, book 1: Something from the Nightside by Simon R. Green
Nightside, book 2: Agents of Light and Darkness by Simon R. Green
Nightside, book 3: Nightingale's Lament by Simon R. Green
Nightside, book 4: Hex and the City by Simon R. Green

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off to a good start at contributing to Simon R. Green's fortune if nothing else it would seem.

[edit] was bored and curious, apparently if you can best 534 in a year you should notify guinness.[/edit]

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remove everything after the .com and try that link again.

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Polished off book 3 for the year this morning:

001.....Kurt Wallander, Book 01: Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell
002
.....John Rain, Book 01: Rain Fall by Barry Eisler
003
.....Forerunner Saga, Book 01: Halo: Cryptum by Greg Bear

Bought some used books on amazon, too:

Ringworld by Larry Niven
World Of Ptavvs by Larry Niven
A Gift From Earth by Larry Niven
Tales Of Known Space by Larry Niven
Neutron Star by Larry Niven

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Started book 5 last night:

004 John Rain, Book 02: Hard Rain by Barry Eisler
005 Nightside, Book 01: Something From The Nightside by Simon R. Green

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