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[ACT] What are you reading?
#51
"Which Bible?" by David Otis Fuller.
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#52
Rogue Bolo
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#53
above by Keith Laumer

Just started Killing Floor by Lee Child (Jack Reacher)
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#54
Read BESM 1e.
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#55
I'm on a mission to read (and re-read) every book in my collection before I buy another book (storage is at a premium and there's a bunch I haven't finished / touched in years)... That said I've been on a solid space-themed tear this month... I whipped through "The Martian" by Andy Weir just last weekend - it should go without saying, but the book was far better than the movie (which I thought was pretty darn good anyway). Then I transitioned into re-reading Chris Hadfield's book "An Astronauts Guide To Life On Earth", which is on schedule to be finished this weekend... and I'm also about half-way through "Failure Is Not An Option", Gene Krantz memoir about his time as a NASA Flight Director during the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs (he's the guy with the vests played by Ed Harris in Apollo 13).
They say Hitler loved dogs; that doesn't mean I want to travel back in time and discuss the merits of the Border Collie with the guy. He's still an a-hole.
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#56
Spaceman Groo! Reading is good!

Just started Cornered by Ron MacLean which is a pretty good read so far. It's a fantastic follow up to the Don Cherry movies (Keep Your Head Up Kid and Wrath of Grapes).

Also, rereading BESM Dungeon.
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#57
Killing Floor Review - http://furiouslyeclectic.com/killingfloor

Extreme Paranoia: Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Shot by Ken Rolston
Paramilitary (book for the Paranoia RPG 2e)
An old FASA Star Trek adventure

Halfway through Rogue Bolo -It's two stories, finished the first and taking a break before reading the second.
Slowly going through The Moon Pool, not because it's bad but because it's unbelievably good and I want to savour each chapter. I can't believe I didn't pick up a rare book of his at the local used book store. I got the Star Trek adventure instead. I will regret it if it's not there next time I'm in.

Trying to get a handle on BESM 1e and BESM Dungeon while also reading LA's They Who Watch again.
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#58
The Fiendish Agents of Falkenberg - an adventure for the Dream Park RPG

Back into The Face in the Frost by Bellairs as well as A Life Worth Living by Nicky Gumbel.
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#59
Assassin of Gor by John Norman

A Life Worth Living by Nicky Gumbel (he does okay but sort of cherry picks things but it's not bubblegum)
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#60
Tales of Peril - John Eric Holmes (edited by Allan Grohe "grodog").
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