Literature Superthread

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Just throwing this out there, I read "The three stigmata of Palmer Eldritch" by Philip K Dick last week. It was really great and now I want to read more of Dick's work.

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Interesting because I finished The Man in the High Castle recently and wanted to recommend it to somebody.

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bros, A few days ago I bought a used Nook Color from a pawn shop for $40. I think they were released in 2010 or 2011? So it's "obsolete". But it is so coooool. I always thought tablets were really, really stupid. They still are. But this Nook thing is dope. $40! And it does stuff and has expandable storage. I've been reading shit and I may watch some shows on it from the SD card. Audiobook app and manga app are gonna be dope also. 

 

I like the size of it. I wanna read textbooks and comics on it as soon as I can. 

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I have an old nook too. Not color, so its not got all the utility of the nook color, but it does have a lot of storage space. But the battery is puppyed so I need to get BArnes and noble to look at it.

 

 

On another note, I'd really like to read Water Margin. One of the 4 classics of Chinese literature, and its got some characters I like from other mediums. Its also really long. Like 2 song of ice and fire novel's length.

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my grandma has one of those lol. She doesn't fully understand how to use it, as evidenced by her having 37 tabs open in the internet browser

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This is a very hilarious send up of a classic science fiction trope.

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Great book. Will Wheaton read the audiobook

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Great book. Will Wheaton read the audiobook

Yeah I know I have the Hardcover, eBook and Audio book (on my Kindle so I can read along). John Scalzi signed my hardcover at a signing.

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