Wow. That is a large book lol..I am going to look it up now. I am reading some book about the coal mine wars in West Va in the late 1800's early 1900's. Good so far.
Re reading term limits now. Waitin on tax return to get some new reading material.
I have finished ripleys game, and was dissapointed. With that said this book was still better than the Talented Mr. Ripley. So if you like suspense novels, I would reccomend this book.
I am now starting A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway. I really do not like Hemingway's work, but I have heard good things about this one, and it is a book that alot of people have read, so I feel if nothing else it will be a decent conversation piece.
One second after is a great survivalist book its more of a what happens after words.
I have been thinking of buying a survival book. I am looking for something in case a natural disaster happens in my area. I have a good stock of canned food, and weapons. I would like to know how to purify water, find food, and generate power. Do you know any good books that deal with those three things specifically?
Trying to finish up American Terrorist the Biography of Timothy Mcveigh. Gonna read either a book from a war veteran next or a post nuclear war book. Not sure yet got tons of choices.
I am giving up on finishing A Farewell To Arms, Hemingway's sexuality shines through in his inability to make the encounters between the main characters seem anything but akward.
I am now reading Something Wicked This Way Comes, by one of my favorite authors Ray Bradbury.
Ah. I will have to look the one you are reading now up. I am still trying to finish American Terrorist and I started I flew for the Fuhrer last night. Good book so far.
I Flew for the Fuhrer looks very interesting, I think I am going to pick that one up.
Can buy it there or look and see if your library has it. I found the one I am reading at the library.
That is where I read the review, my grandmother bought me a gift card for borders bookstore, which I have not gotten around to using yet; as I bought a good amount of books at an estate sale a few months ago. I think I am going to go there tommorow though, and pick up that book, and either Hitlers table talk, or a David Irving book. Hopefully they will actually have one of these books there, but most likely I will have to wait a week for the book to get in.
Yeah more than likely have to wait. I did mine the evil way I checked books out from library and just never returned them. Hell wasn't noone reading them anyways so figured I would give them a good home. Now I just buy them when I have some money or I usually get a book for my birthday or christmas. Dunno what book to get next.
I am reading "Devil's Guard" by George Elford. It's a true story about a group of SS who found themselves defending a mountain pass in Czechoslovakia at the capitulation of our Beloved homeland. They eventually find themselves fighting for the French Foreign Legion in Indochina against the "same enemy, different uniform."
I found myself connecting to this man easily and immediately. He was a true German Patriot. God Bless our Brothers...
This is one of the most fascinating books I've ever read. I HIGHLY recommend looking for a copy.
Sounds really good. I am looking it up now.