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Brush and Quill / Book Thread Continued
« on: January 07, 2008, 10:59:18 PM »
Well, I checked the the library today for Mario Puzo books, they had 2 The Last Don and The Sicilian, so I looked up some reviews, and I think im gonna check out The Last Don tomorrow. I still havent read the godfather book yet, but from what I was reading its alot better than the last don, I am sure the library probably has Godfather, but I'm gonna go ahead and check out last don first anyway. I wanna read godfather before The Sicilian though, seeing as Micheal Corleone is a character in The Sicilian, and I want to read the original material before going onto something else.

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Also saw and greatly enjoyed Fight Club. Amazing film.

My favorite movie, Read the book.

I just watched Goodfellas for the first time, that was a really sweet movie, I kinda wanna check out Wiseguys now.

Finally saw American Gangster... that was one hell of a sweet movie, I keep watching it, and figuring out more and more about the story, and how everything comes together, very cool double perspective movie, but it ties it all together so well, that you dont even notice the transistions in the movie, its superb, im definatley buying this when it comes out.

Brush and Quill / Book Thread Continued
« on: October 30, 2007, 07:13:36 PM »
soooo, I gave in and checked out a book from the Library. Its actually a Star Trek book based on The Next Generation, called Q-Squared, and apparently its a decent book. I am real big star trek fan, there are a slew of DS9 books I really wanna check out, and they are insanely cheap on amazon.

Brush and Quill / Book Thread Continued
« on: October 27, 2007, 03:56:33 PM »
I have 3 books sitting on my shelf currently, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess, and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk. All 3 of these books kick ass. Huxley is a genius for writing Brave New World, its similar to 1984, but in my opinion superior in terms of being realistic for something that might actually happen, 1984 has a better story. Clockwork Oragne is a hard read, but an excellent book once you have figured out what hes talking about (I recomend the movie for most). Fight Club, well most of your have seen the movie, if your a big enough fan of it, definatley check out the book its alot more over the top than the movie. Mr. Palahniuk has many other superb books, like Survivor, Invisivble Monsters, Stranger than Fiction, and his newest book rant, just to name a few.

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