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Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by Thamob, Nov 25, 2015.
On the 5th book, fucking love them.
Fire and Fury. Interesting to say the least.
I finished that a couple days ago. Very interesting for sure.
Funny story, today I was browsing Bing's news section and clicked on a Fox News article about Bannon, wherein the book was mentioned, though referred to as a novel. Classic Fox News.
Just finished "Dead Man's Blues" by Ray Celestin. Really cool noir mystery/historical fiction that takes place during Capone's reign in Chicago during prohibition and is a follow-up novel to Celestin's previous book, "The Axeman's Jazz", that similarly follows a true crime story and writes a fictional accounting solving the murders that in reality, are still unsolved. Really entertaining read.
Now starting "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford", since I'm a big fan of Ron Hansen's style and detail in writing the western genre even though I thought the film adaptation was a tad too languid.
I wish I was reading Winds of Winter but George RR Martin hates me.
Any good place to download audio books? Don't mind being a pirate either. Audible seems like alot of money for 1 download book a month?
Reckless Daughter - A Portrait of Joni Mitchell
Now on the 7th.
Started reading again recently. I always read but I usually just read news stories and articles. I don't like books very much. But I used to read the Dexter books many years ago and I picked up Darkly Dreaming Dexter on the Kindle app on my iPad. It's a nice way to kill an hour in bed every night before I drift off to sleep.
Moaning at midnight, life and times of Howlin wolf.