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What Books Are You Reading This Week? February 19, 2018
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Hi there! I'm Jason Matthews, former CIA officer and author of Red Sparrow, soon to be a major motion picture. Ask Me Anything!
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The Art of War by Sun Tsu is more about life than it is about War.
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Any Pendragon Fans?
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Do your have a reading log? If so, how do you organize it?
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Thoughts on Foucault's Pendulum? (Umberto Eco)
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The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury
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Tolstoy on his early life
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Started The Brothers Karamazov and for a classic, it’s not at all boring. Gotten hooked after a long hiatus from not reading.
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Just finished reading Farenheit 451 for the first time
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Any Inkheart fans?
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Long-lost manual reveals surprising secrets of 1720s sex
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If the decline of Barnes and Nobel depresses you, check out Waterstones, a UK book seller which is going from strength to strength.
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Any Sci fi fan who read The Actrix Stone?
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How much pages do you guys read per day?
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Thoughts on Hyperion?
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State without fear of judgment a book you DNF (did not finish) and why!
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for those who have read and watched Dark Places by Gillian Flynn
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If you keep a digital book journal, what do you use?
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What is the Dark Souls of books?
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Struggling with Stephen King books
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How do you perceive the look of a character in a book?
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In defense of a book you love that most people hate
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Kafka Was a Terrible Boyfriend
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Kafka "The Trial" parable discussion
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So you loved East of Eden?
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Do you read a complete series back-to-back?
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Do you ever get tired of reading?
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The Domestic Thriller Is Having a Moment
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Dan Brown or David Lagercrantz?
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How does reading several works by the same author affect the way you read the book?
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Ten years ago on this day my sister wrote a poem about my love of books
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Popular Book Covers by Genre (Visualization)
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Review for Absolute Sandman: Vol 1 by Gaiman
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Barnes & Noble is killing itself
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Barns & Noble vs Waterstones
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Is there a study about how different people perceive books differently?
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Anyone notice this possible mistake in chapter 33 of The Handmaids Tale?
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Thomas Morris: 53 ways to improve your short stories
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After so much academic reading, it's strange that novels don't excite me much anymore. Anyone else in a similar position and feel the same way?
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Karley Sciortino is Your Slutty, Post-Woke Carrie Bradshaw: On her book "Slutever: Dispatches from a Sexually Autonomous Woman in a Post?Shame World"
5 bookofbooks I've read the Hagakure, which was fairly interesting in its way. It's not the complete sayings though. Apparently most aren't that relevant, and are left out.
4 bloodyell76 Been a while since I saw the film, but there isn't a book called "the Way of the Samurai". Most of what he says about "the way of the samurai" is taken from [Hagakure](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hagakure). I've seen the film Rashomon, but not read the book
5 0 bookofbooks I've read the Hagakure, which was fairly interesting in its way. It's not the complete sayings though. Apparently most aren't that relevant, and are left out.
4 0 bloodyell76 Been a while since I saw the film, but there isn't a book called "the Way of the Samurai". Most of what he says about "the way of the samurai" is taken from [Hagakure](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hagakure). I've seen the film Rashomon, but not read the book