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09-03-2020 07:38 AM
RobertSWMissouri A change of pace (on-line), Australian, more journey to self sufficient homesteading....
09-02-2020 07:25 PM
billwilla Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading.
09-02-2020 07:22 PM
Hilltopper Something I have bookmarked to read when I get a chance is a writer of fiction whom I ran across some time back, posting on the internet under Kathy from Fl . I have started reading the first page only of "A Will to Survive" , a pandemic story posted in 2008 :

http://awilltosurvive.blogspot.com/2...apter-one.html


Here is a link to the page she has posted links to her other works :

https://www.blogger.com/profile/08161351589637201127
09-02-2020 10:10 AM
gergax Swords & Deviltry - Fritz Leiber
09-01-2020 03:43 PM
556308dawg "Street Survival Skills" by Fernando Aguirre. Book is filled with solid info by a man who survived the collapse of Argentina in 2001 and thrived. This guy has been there and done that.
09-01-2020 01:51 PM
Jojo Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky

Horror - REALLY well written horror. It's not often anything invades my dreams, but this twisted story in the style of Twin Peaks has gone and done it. The only person I can see doing this adaptation justice would be Lynch.
09-01-2020 01:43 PM
Eddie_T Nothing really worthwhile, at present The Vigilantes by WEB Griffin. I have read 75 or more novels since late April. I check books out from my state's digital library system and read them with a Libby app.
09-01-2020 12:26 PM
Alaskajohn
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One Man's Wilderness by Sam Keith. Taken from photos and the journal of Richard Proenneke.
Thatís a great book!
09-01-2020 04:27 AM
Trippers One Man's Wilderness by Sam Keith. Taken from photos and the journal of Richard Proenneke.
09-01-2020 01:26 AM
hunnibeez Just finished chapter 2 of "Behold a Pale Horse".
This is the most disturbing book I have ever read.
08-24-2020 12:16 PM
BillM "The rise and fall of the third Reich"

The similarity to todays politics in this country is astounding.
08-24-2020 12:10 PM
Bluesman60 Just started reading: Blood and Thunder by Hampton Sides, I read it once before 3 years ago. excellent.
08-24-2020 10:58 AM
Cafey The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs, Joel Salatin (Christian perspective of stewardship farming)
The Holy Bible
Next up ...Folks, This Ain't Normal, Salatin
Ongoing... Spiritual Depression, It's causes and Cure, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
and... Knowing God By Name, David Wilkerson
08-24-2020 10:57 AM
Rural Buckeye Guy I have now reread nearly every book I own, for entertaiment. Thinking about writing another one. I keep dreaming about Babi Yar...like its groundhog day, for the einsatzgruppen and the victims. Ugly stuff.
08-24-2020 10:30 AM
Corpus
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I have been noticing scifi books by Chinese authors recently. I will presume they have as much variety as anyone else, though since I know some Mandarin, I find their language construction and language structure assumptions are very different to Western ones, not sure they would translate well?

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Iím waiting for the sequel to:
ďAll your base are belong to usĒ
08-24-2020 09:18 AM
blackriver
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Just finished The Dragons and the Snakes by David Kilcullen and going back to finish Unrestricted Warfare by Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui.
I have been noticing scifi books by Chinese authors recently. I will presume they have as much variety as anyone else, though since I know some Mandarin, I find their language construction and language structure assumptions are very different to Western ones, not sure they would translate well?

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08-24-2020 09:16 AM
blackriver One Second After. Prior to that, Nemesis Games, by James Corey.

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08-24-2020 06:15 AM
Canadian Prepster Just finished The Dragons and the Snakes by David Kilcullen and going back to finish Unrestricted Warfare by Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui.
08-24-2020 01:09 AM
alwaysreadyheady Starting Shoe Dog by Phil Knight now... know it's been out a while, just never got around to reading it.
08-17-2020 11:57 PM
BrettTheOkie I have taken up "The Lost World" by Arthur Conan Doyle.

I'm pretty certain that I read this a long time ago. But it's been so long, it's like a new story to me all over again.
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