Tom Clancy Threat Vector
Tom Clancy Threat Vector
The complete Roger Zelazny Amber series. For the xxtime.
Garcia by Blair Jackson. Very good bio of Captain Trips.
the client by John Grisham
Darkly Dreaming - Dexter
The Man in the High Castle-Phillip K. Dick
Time for another Sci-Fi novel....
The Death of the West- Pat Buchanan
"The journey, not the arrival, matters; the voyage, not the landing."
Theroux has written several travel books in addition to a slew of fiction. Not your typical travel writer and an aquired taste I suppose. If you are familiar with Bill Bryson, Theroux is a lot like him...only grumpier. In 1979 he rode trains from Boston to Esquel, a town in the northwest of the province of Chubut, in the Argentine Patagonia. As the quote alludes to...where he was going to was pretty much irrelevant...it was the traveling that mattered. So far a good read.
hound of baskervilles based on sherlock holmes by sir arthur conan doyle
I've turned to the short stories/novellas of our own, "beloved", Herman Melville.
Bartleby, the Scrivener, Billy Budd, Encantada, Benito Cereno.
Highly recommended; an incredibly "modern sensibility" for their TIME!
'First Team, Angels of Wrath' by Larry Bond
Just finished Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, and have moved onto The Girl Who Played With Fire.
I know, I'm about a decade behind :)
I'm currently "reading" the new issue of Club. It's a wonderful read!
Dennis McCarthy, Here Be Dragons: How the Study of Animal and Plant Distributions Revolutionized Our Views of Life and Earth.
I'm still working on Blood Meridian. What a great book, but not always the best subway reading.
Keith Richards book Life is a must read.
"Push has come to shove" - Dr Steve Perry
"Men's Health TNT Diet" - Jeff Volek, PhD, RD & Adam Campbell
Steven King's 11/22/63
A lot of fun for someone like me who remembers it fairly well. Besides the JFK stuff, there's a lot of nostalgic memories in the story.
One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. It is my favorite novel of all time. I have read it twice before but am now re-reading it for the first time in almost 10 years. It is one of the greatest novels of the 20th century...of any century. I have read all of Garcia Marquez' novels (I have even read some of them in the original Spanish) and One Hundred Years of Solitude is his masterpiece...and Love in the Time of Cholera is not far behind. What a writer!!
I love horror movies and stories that's why recently i have finished Misery by Stephen King. I would like to suggest to read this fantastic novel.
The Orphan Master's Son by Adam Johnson, one of the most disturbing books I've ever read.
Right now I'm reading the Game of Thrones series. I still have a ways to go!
Do Mags count? May and Junes Edition
I've thought about listening to it on CD, but I think I would get too distracted by what I'm seeing while listening. And if I close my eyes while listening, I'll fall asleep LOL