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PostSubject: Anyone a bookworm?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 12:44 pm

I know I am, I love to read book (mainly fiction) the Warhammer 40k books, horror, some sci-fi, gritty crime books.. read a good one called "Out" about a japanese woman who got hired by the yakuza as a "Disposal" worker.. was very good Smile

Anyway, to the point... those of you who watched Zeitgeist (spelling) may like this.. it's a book spawned from watching it and the auther has written what sounds to be a very good book.. Take a look at the link.. I think I may get this one

http://brewerblob.blogspot.com/2009/02/coming-soon-david-moodys-hater.html

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PostSubject: Re: Anyone a bookworm?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:04 pm

Sounds good, what I read in the link reminds me of a Stephen King novel I've just started reading called CELL.

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Clayton Riddell, a struggling artist from Maine who is estranged from his wife, Sharon, and a young son named Johnny, has landed a lucrative graphic novel deal in Boston
after having spent years teaching art instead of producing it. As he
prepares to celebrate, somebody, somewhere, triggers "The Pulse," a
signal sent out over the global cell-phone network which instantly
strips any cell-phone user of their ability to reason, locking them
into blood-thirsty, homicidal creatures. Civilization crumbles as the
masses of Pulse's victims (dubbed "phone crazies" or simply "phoners")
attack each other and any unaltered people in view.

Only read the first dozen pages or so, but in typical SK fashion you're thrown right into the action by page 6
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone a bookworm?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 6:45 pm

Never been a King fan tbh.. tried reading a few of his books but he tends to go off on tangents while describing shit.. the films are good but the books are just a bit too lengthy.

Richard Layman is a good writer, he's like stephen king but doesn't hang on describing things.. just gets right in to the grit of it and writes in a way that lets your imagination run free Smile

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