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 No.161

This book was pretty interesting, would suggest it. A guy manages to trade a paperclip for other items, to see how far he could go with the trading.

Does anyone else read much? anything to suggest?

 No.162

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The Foundation series by Issac Asimov.

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>>162
I'll give it a look once I've finished the peak period at work, 13 work days in a row 12 hour shifts.



I'm tired.

 No.179

>>162
P.S I can read what this image is saying.

 No.180

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>>177
Sleep now that you're off, not read.

>>179
What does it even say?

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>>180
I only finished work yesterday, back in tomorrow! Peak ends after new years.

and for the image, it is saying 'What's with this clothing?', Something along those lines.

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We need to make like some reading club bullshit between me, Rose, and Hayate since the latter kept asking me for book recommendations. Anyone else is welcome, too.

Going to start re-reading Catch-22 with someone because it's a goddamn masterpiece and they somehow never read it.

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>>300
Somehow I made it until this year without ever reading the Harry Potter novels. With some prodding from a couple friends I'm doing that now. It's definitely way out of my normal.

 No.302

>>301
Are the books still as bad as I remember?

 No.306

>>302
Ehhhhh definitely kid's books. I've only gotten through the first. It reminded me of when my senior English teacher didn't allow students to make reports on them.

 No.326

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>>301
They're not bad by any stretch but they're just more like a shitload of words that ultimately mean nothing but keeps kids entertained. That was the appeal of them: that kids would stay reading them, no matter how long, because they got wisped away to whatever world they thought the books were, not necessarily the plot of the books themselves or their characters.

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I'm up for that, but I won't be doing much reading for the time being as for I have been hooked into the world of monster hunting.

 No.337

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This was given to me by my Dr when I was diagnosed.
Even though it is aimed at those with ADHD, the information in this book is actually useful for anyone and can be really helpful.

The Brain That Changes Itself
Book by Norman Doidge is also a very interesting book with so much useful information.

>>184
I'll get round to reading this soon.

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I'm constantly going back to this book. Its more textbook than cookbook but its incredibly useful.

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>>184
I've begun reading this, It's not like something I've read before but we will see how it goes, it's rather big too so it may take awhile. I'm interested in that this book came out in 1877.

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>>476
I keep meaning to read it but never actually get around to doing it. It was recommended to me ages ago by a history professor.



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