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Lanc - GURU and ACE Posted Jul 23, 2000
1. A brief hostory of time..........by Stephen W. Hawking
2. Einstein's Dreams ...............by Albert Einstein..translated
3. The Quickening ..................by Art Bell
4. The Way Things Aught To Be .... by Rush Limbaugh
5. It doesnt Take a Hero............by H. Norman Schwarzkopf
6. Testing Computer Software .......by Kehm Kainer
sorry I dont have much time for reading....
Truth or Dare
Martin Harper Posted Jul 23, 2000
At the mo, it'd be Principia Discordia by Malaclypse the Younger, I guess...
Oh and I still like The Dice Man by Luke Rhinehart.
KimotoCat Posted Jul 23, 2000
And ANYTHING by Umberto Eco!!!
Captain John Carter Posted Jul 24, 2000
How about the full unedited version of 'A Stranger in a Strange Land' by Robert A. Heinlein. (Published 1989 I believe after his death, by his wife - I am not sure as I lent my edition to my nephew)
KimotoCat Posted Jul 24, 2000
Hmmm, I've heard of many new and interesting books here. I'll be sure to go and look for some of them, just as I expect you too.
But top return to the subject - I know, what a weird thing to do on a GUIDE-forum - I think it must be Captain Johns turn to demand ToD!
vegiman:-) Posted Jul 26, 2000
KimotoCat Posted Jul 26, 2000
As long as nobody tries to clear out the H2G2 in order to make way for a new international Web-By-Pass, nobody can be too late.
Carrots rule! (But don't tell the onions...)
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