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"It Worked for Me" by Colin Powell © 2012 Third Printing 2016 Flat Signed Yesterday.
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#62
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon (Light Novel) Volume 2

Tales of Peril by J Eric Holmes (edited by Allan grodog Grohe)
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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Philip K. Dick

The 1982 edition touting Blade Runner on the cover.

Hadn't read it in 20-some years, but it reinforced a couple things. One, faithful adaptations of Dick's works are few and far between, and Blade Runner is not one of them. Don't get me wrong, I love the movie. Well, the cut of the movie that doesn't try to reinforce the bullshit Deckard-is-an-Android theory. And two, Philip K. Dick was brilliant as an idea and concept writer, but not so much as a storyteller, especially ending it. I still have no idea what the hell he was trying to do with the end of The Man in the High Castle. Anyway, PKD. Always worth the read, regardless.
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(09-09-2018, 04:39 AM)Oedipussy Rex Wrote: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Philip K. Dick

I've been looking for a copy so I can read this. I can't even recall if I've read it before however I want to read it before I re-watch one of the original cuts and then the sequel. Which movie cut do you recommend. I think my collection only has the Director's Cut. Did you find A Scanner Darkly faithful to the book?

Currently reading the Light Novel Sword Oratorio #1 and the manga Bleach #3 (because the new live action movie inspired me to try again).
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#65
Know into "The Joy of Encouragement" by David Jeremiah
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I can barely read a comic book these days. No time during the day and too tired at night.

I am nearly through the audiobook of Agent of the Imperium by Marc Miller
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(03-03-2020, 05:49 AM)Kersus Wrote: I can barely read a comic book these days. No time during the day and too tired at night.

I am nearly through the audiobook of Agent of the Imperium by Marc Miller

Marc Miller the Traveller dude? Nice, how is it???
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(03-03-2020, 11:08 PM)rredmond Wrote:
(03-03-2020, 05:49 AM)Kersus Wrote: I can barely read a comic book these days. No time during the day and too tired at night.

I am nearly through the audiobook of Agent of the Imperium by Marc Miller

Marc Miller the Traveller dude? Nice, how is it???

Yes! After meeting him I couldn't help but back his latest kickstarter with more money than I had to budget for such things. I started reading it on my Kobo, then got the softcover and went further and then got the audiobook which I'm well into now.

I can't exactly say until things wrap up. There's a lot going on but in the least it's a tour around the 3rd Imperium. The writing is good for gamer-fiction and should be quite fun for anyone interested in the Traveller universe or how it deals with worlds and technology. I doubt it will rock your world.
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