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The Nine Dots: Discovering the Three Faces of Self Using the Enneagram
by Ian Cogdell

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Interesting Read so far but still early on
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#42
Voodoo Plague Series by Dirk Patton
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Currently on book four and enjoying the series.
I find it to have an interesting take on the zombie apocalypse. I love zombie genre period though
so I am biased when it comes to anything zombie related but I would recommend this series to any zombie fans!
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#43
A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe by Michael S. Schneider
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Really awesome approach to the Fibonacci Sequence, well detailed and laid out

easily enough for noobs or people who have already read up on the subject

or those who have studied hermetic science. I would recommend this book

as its deep and covers a wide spectrum without losing basis in facts.
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#44
I just finished reading "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" by John Perkins. All i have learnt from this book is that the world is not as we see it. Mass manipulation is the sole agenda for the minority few who own the majority resources of the world.
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#45
Nothing ..... But I started reading Savage Continent. Which tells the story of post5 WWII bombed out Europe.

Think of it, those poor people because of Hitler, had rubble for buildings, no Doctors, hard to get food. The women were in greater distress, having to pi,p themselves out for protection.

I PROMISE myself I'll go back into reading it, but if your a fan (well not a fan; who's a fan of war an death), but if your a WWII knowledge junkie like me, pick it up or better yet, torrent it!!!!!!!

https://thepiratebay.se/torrent/9716331/..._velvetfog

I trust that old grumpy fuck VF for the torrent (heh, he actually is the one who told me to read it)

I wish the frumpy old fart well, haven't spoken to him in awhile...
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#46
(Dec 03, 2013, 03:36 am)spydyrman Wrote:

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Discworld by Terry Pratchett

I'm up to 11 in the series, reading them in number order, and I might have need to take a break to read up on something more serious before continuing.  Overall a really adventurous series full of humor.  (Think Xanth but with a lot less puns, and actually witty/funny.)

I would describe the Discworld series as a J.R.R. Tolkien story with the comedy of Douglas Adams and written in the style of J.K. Rowling.
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#47
The Children of Odin: The Book of Northern Myths
by Padraic Colum

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Not really the type of stuff I normally read, but found the stories to be intriguing nonetheless.
The book seemed all over the place at times. Still a cool little read though
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#48
Ashes by Matt Shaw
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Pretty graphic chilling story, I haven't finished it yet but I am close.
The book goes to the extreme and rarely ever comes back lol
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#49
just finished reading this:

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just started reading this:

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#50
Hunted By Megg Jensen
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