Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by faded jeans, Oct 27, 2018.
"I Invented The Modern Age" by Richard Snow
Biography of Henry Ford
Brotha you got to lay off the bottle
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This was a good read I picked up several years ago when I was getting into boatbuilding.
Did you ever build one?
I bet Tom Hanks wish he had read this one.
One. I can't remember what it was called. Just a little sailing dinghy.
Lots of words, and many pages, but what an amazing story. I read it twice, many years apart.
Did it sink?
Just off the top of my head.
Pierce Brown - Red Rising Trilogy
Vince Flynn - Term Limits
Doug Stanton - In Harms Way : The sinking of the USS Indianapolis
Ernest Cline - Ready Player One
Craig Grossi - Craig & Fred: A Marine and a Stray dog
Brent Weeks - The Way of Shadows Trilogy
James Bradley - Flyboys
Tim O'Brien - The things they carried
David Baldacci - Memory Man
Daniel James Brown - The Boys in the Boat
Scott Lynch - The Lies of Locke Lamora
Karl Marlantes - Matterhorn
Steven Brust - Jhereg
Orson Scott Card - Ender's Game
Mark Greaney - The Gray Man
Ken Fillet - Fall of Giants
Pat Frank - Alas, Babylon
Max Brooks - World War Z
Robert Heinlein All You Zombies
I saw the movie and liked it ok. How was the book?
Let me put it this way. The movie is complete dog compared to the book.
I highly recommend the book. Especially if you're a 80s person.
I do apologize, I meant to send this to a different .
Carry on my man
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