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Therese Raquin by Emile Zola

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THE SHINING by Stephen King


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Got my hands on this one today:
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"The Colour out of Space" by H.P. Lovecraft

Trying to read all his work in one stint.

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Akira by Katsuhiro Otomo

Probably the greatest graphic novel of all time.

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Akira by Katsuhiro Otomo

Probably the greatest graphic novel of all time.


Right now I'm liking Blame! by Tsunomu Nihei better.

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I've heard about that, is it any good? I do like some anime/manga, but not the very feminine kind. I like the very dark and violent kind, stuff like Akira, Appleseed, Sin City, etc..


Right now I'm reading Bone! Great comic.

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I've heard about that, is it any good? I do like some anime/manga, but not the very feminine kind. I like the very dark and violent kind, stuff like Akira, Appleseed, Sin City, etc..


I think you'll like it. It's very bizarre, kind of like cyberpunk but with a much more minimalistic futuristic attitude.

I like the freaky Safeguard Executioners that just "upload" themselves into matter.

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What can I say! It's like Night Of The Living Dead meets Hornblower!

I didn't go looking for this book but just found it on the shelves and couldn't put it down - so far it seems like a good romp.

I just hope it's as good as William Hope Hodgson's 'The Boats Of The Glen Carrig' which is a great period sea horror.


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"Master and Margaret" for the 4th time ;)

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Morrigan wrote:
"Master and Margaret" for the 4th time ;)

Ahh... a classic :;):

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Worm of Na'Ruq wrote:
Morrigan wrote:
"Master and Margaret" for the 4th time ;)

Ahh... a classic :;):


Classic=more enjoyable quite often ;)


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modified mid-side recording techniques by leon weed

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Oh, I'm back to reading random Lovecraft stories. The Shadow Over Innsmouth at the moment.

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Morrigan wrote:
Worm of Na'Ruq wrote:
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"Master and Margaret" for the 4th time ;)

Ahh... a classic :;):


Classic=more enjoyable quite often ;)

Yup, one of the books readable again and again.

Anyway, now reading
Douglas Holmes - Integral Europe.
Quite interesting, this guy argues that the european integration provides good background for the estabilishment of extremist (in his words "integralist" = mix of pluralism, nationalism and populism) political / social groups / movements.

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Ihsiin wrote:
Oh, I'm back to reading random Lovecraft stories. The Shadow Over Innsmouth at the moment.



I have an impression that all Lovecraft's stories followjust the same pattern. You know, "I had a friend who seemed to have a secret... etc, etc"
Only his general ideas are really bizzarre, and thus intersting, technically the stories themselves are quite not innovative, I'm afraid..


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This forum. :p

Okay, 'Nausea' by Jean-Paul Sartre and 'Johnny Got His Gun' by Dalton Trumbo.

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"Fever Pitch" by Nick Hornby. I need to read something in English, no matter what ;)

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