Was the last book that you read for pleasure fiction or non-fiction?
The god delusion by Richard Dawkins.
Read, one shot , one kill by Charles sasser and Craig Roberts.
It's asking about the last book you read "for pleasure".
Technically the last few books I've read are textbooks, so non fiction.
Good book! You may like "Sarah's Key".
Last book was The Dark Design, The Riverworld Series by Phillip José Farmer, Science-Fiction.
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My last book was the book thief. Historical fiction
Around the Moon and Back from Jules Verne. Reading Journey to the Center of the Earth now.
Really? Talking snakes and magic are nonfiction?
Backed by archeology could be realistic fiction
The last five books I read were cook books.
We can't hide. However, buying some time to get organized is good. Running to an unknown environment is probably not too helpful. We can rebuild together. We can get through it together. We can do more together. A dirt bike is still a good mobile fuel efficient option though.
Libraries have gone digital as well. I get most of my books digitally from the library
You must of just read One Second After.
Made me increase my food storage and ammunition storage.
Pleasurable nonfiction. Taking an interest in what this nation was founded on to learn more about where it's going. Not too promising so far.
Prager's stuff is very good.
Killing Kennedy similar style but not quite as good as Killing Lincoln.
Very good book.
American Sniper, it's about the best SEAL sniper ever Chris Kyle.
The call of cthulu, a good man is hard to find, and the curious case of benjamin button are a few of a long list of good short stories
Just finished the book Speak it was amazing
The Hermit Thrush Sings is an amazing book! Like if youve read it :)
Fiction - The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
@Mr.Spock, sounds like a course equally fascinating and deeply disturbing. In Mein Kampf, you'll read the unmistakeable seeds of hate, that culminated in your course study of the Holocaust. Could talk for days, but stay on track, and read for yourself what a twisted, yet compelling figure he was.
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell. I highly recommend it
Just finished Killing Lincoln! Good nonfiction book.
The bible has poetry, which would be fiction, but when it cites historical events, archeology has always backed it up, with one possible exception.
The picture of Dorian Gray
The last book I read author was Steven Colbert and everything he says is true
Yeah and Mitt's website was pure fact...
I'm not a big book reader but when I do it no-fiction. Biographies, history stuff like that.
There was a gal in our book club whose most frequent comment about fiction books was that they weren't realistic and/or believable...hope she found a non-fiction book group to make her happy!
Praet - of course not. Once I've graduated from first grade, I'll move on to second grade :-)
I just don't enjoy reading. I start and get bored. No incentive
Gonzo- Mein Kemph is next. Dreading it. I would have read it years ago, but I have a bit of a soft-hearted aversion.
I took a Humanities course in college devoted entirely to the Holocaust. Detailed study during that semester, and watched a LOT of footage most folks never see. Gut wrenching.
I am considering getting plugged into our local FEMA chapter and getting involved.
I don't think the general population really knows what to do. I am thinking tsunami across whole coast, EMP wiping radios and tv communication or something that creates fear, confusion and panic.
ladyniner81- 'good?' Ummm... No.
It was educational.
And honestly, much of it makes sense on the surface. This is what Marx & Engels intended. Appeal to those with only basic conceptual understanding who do little actual historic research.
Bad stuff with openly stated insidious objectives.
Talking about fiction and reality, what should we do in a serious disaster that wipes out homes and work? Subconsciously we are told to get on a dirt bike with extra fuel and head for Mexico. Logically, volunteering to help work with marshal law seems more practical. I don't think we have a plan.
I felt the same, upon reading Mein Kampf.
So you are saying fiction. . . . .
was it good? that is on my to read list
I just finished the Hunger Games and I just started Catching Fire..I was actually surprised how good they are..I was hoping they weren't another Twilight. I HATED that book
I fell asleep during that movie..shows how much it interested me..he just kept repeating himself
Charlie Wilson's War that book pissed me OFF
my dad read that and said it was great. I want to read Killing Kennedy though
I loved that book., the whole series was great
I found the DVD in the "Paranormal" collection in a store in Hong Kong! Laughed harder than I have in a long time!