AsstChiefMark From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (9 years 1 week 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 1236 times:
1. Description and Rules for the Management of the U.S. Magazine Rifle Model of 1898 and Magazine Carbine Model of 1899 Caliber .30
2. That was Zen, This is Tao
3. Fuck This Book
4. Sex in the Modern Mobile Lunch Canteen: A Photo Montage
5. The Unabridged Catalog of Undergarments of Early 19th Century America
Bushpilot From South Africa, joined Jul 2007, 0 posts, RR: 1
Reply 14, posted (9 years 1 week 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 1215 times:
Ill share my favorite novels, but non-fiction history/aviation related reading is most of what I do.
Of Mice and Men
Thousand Mile War
Anything written by Tom Clancy, not his ideas written by others
Any not to cheesy spy novels as well.
Xpat From United States of America, joined Nov 2004, 634 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (9 years 1 week 18 hours ago) and read 1143 times:
"Of Mice and Men" John Steinbeck
"The Grapes of Wrath" John Steinbeck
"To Kill a Mockingbird" Harper Lee
"A Fine Balance" Rohinton Mistry
"A Prayer for Owen Meany" John Irving
"Covenant" James Michener
"Empire Falls" Richard Russo
"Aloft" Chang-Rae Lee
The only thing we have to fear is the sky falling on our heads. -Asterix
: I am currently reading that - very interesting!
: Hmm not sure - Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco maybe
: Grace Slick's Autobiography - Somebody to Love Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Detroit - A Travel Guide
: Fate is the Hunter.....Ernest Gann Jane Eyer..... Charlotte Bronte Although my current good read is: Fly the Wing...... third edition....Webb and Walk
: I'd second that and add two more by Richard Bach which are better IMHO: 1- Stranger to the Ground. 2- A Gift of Wings. I think probably the best ever
: Top of my recommended reading list for anyone who thinks they might ever fly swept-wing airplanes. Terriffic.
: Post Office - Charles Bukowski Wait Until Spring, Bandini - John Fante Crime and Punishment - Fyodor Dostoevsky The Plague - Albert Camus Invitation t
: mine would have to be A beautiful Child the Story of Sharon Marshall by Matt birkbeck www.mattbirkbeck.com this story is about a girl who went by the
: Some because they are well written, some for utility, some because they touched me in some way. No particular order: Nonfiction: The Sea Around Us - R
: There is a certain atmosphere in all the abovementioned books that is so overwhelming. Masterpieces. I cannot provide a list of favourite books - its
: That would be the Large Print Edition with the pull-out step-by-step floor chart and the number for the paramedics printed in flourescent type on the
: I dont read novels I only read autobiographys, My favaroute ones are... Pierluigi Colina - The Rules Of The Game I have that book signed by Pierluigi
: The novels by Paul Auster, especially Moon over Manhattan and City of Glass, Roth' Plot against America or Human Stain, Orwell's 1984, Kerouac's On th
: I've got that on my "to read" stack...I hear it's good.
: It occurs to me that one might define 'book' as a specific copy of a title. In that case my library includes autographed books by the following author
: I don't have a favourite, it's either "like 'em" or "don't." Currently I'm reading Jimmy Carter's "The Hornet's Nest," which will end up in the "don't
: It is. Started reading it this morning at work and I'm more than half-way through it. As an economist (if that's what I am after majoring in that fie
: Any atlas is my favourite book Alex!!!
: I second that. I am a huge geography buff. I have right now the 8th edition of National Geographic's Atlas of the World. I could spend hours looking
: Anything by Alexander Dumas. The Count of Monte Cristo was so well written I felt like I was in the story. I've read that book 2 times. Another favori
: Well same here,i have a big collection of atlas and books of Airlines of the world and aviation encyclopedia.This is my private world Alex!!!
: It'd sound weirder if I didn't do it to. Maps rock, I need to get myself a nice atlas.
: few favorites, Dan Browns Angles and Demons Tom Clancy's Red Rabbit Tom Clancy's Rainbowsix Tom
: Its hard to choose just one book but to break it down into different categories. Aviation Hard Landing By Thomas Petzinger Jr; recommended reading for
: Anyone here ever read Airframe? I thought it was a good book, probably just targeted at aviation enthusiasts. Stefano
: Ooooooh, very nice. The Times compiles very good atlases too - very expensive good atlases. History, politics, geography, computers, (auto)biographie