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Old 2005-01-30, 15:08
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The movie's not really scary to me, it's just eerie as fuck.
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Old 2005-02-04, 13:19
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I just finished WISEGUY by Nicholas Peleggi, the true story which the movie Goodfellas was based about. One of the best books I've ever read. I'm also reading a book called Red Mafiya about the Russian Mob, very interesting but terribly written.


I WANT MORE BOOKS!!!!!!! I've recently become obsessed with true crime novels....but all my local book stores just carry a bunch of shit for the most part.
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Old 2005-02-04, 14:44
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I just finished WISEGUY by Nicholas Peleggi, the true story which the movie Goodfellas was based about. One of the best books I've ever read. I'm also reading a book called Red Mafiya about the Russian Mob, very interesting but terribly written.


I WANT MORE BOOKS!!!!!!! I've recently become obsessed with true crime novels....but all my local book stores just carry a bunch of shit for the most part.


I love true crime books. Check out crimelibrary.com, I'm sure you'd find some interesting stuff there. It's not a book store, just a website with archives on various famous crime tales. They've got quite a large serial killer section. If you are interested in that, you might also check out mayhem.net, but I must warn you ahead of time, there is an annoying song playing in the background that I can't ever get rid of without muting my sound card or shutting off my speakers. Even disabling sound in my browser doesn't work.
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Old 2005-02-04, 17:36
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Old 2005-02-06, 13:06
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Cool, thanks for the insight Chris. I'm not really into reading too much about serial killers, I'm more into organized crime and what not...But I'll give the site a try.
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Old 2005-02-06, 14:08
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Cool, thanks for the insight Chris. I'm not really into reading too much about serial killers, I'm more into organized crime and what not...But I'll give the site a try.


The site has a lot of mob content, although I have to admit I've never read any of it myself.
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Old 2005-02-06, 14:37
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I just finished reading a fucking awesome book on serial killers. "My Life Among the Serial Killers" by Helen Morrison, M.D. who's spent hundreds of hours with serial killers like John Wayne Gacy, Richard Macek, Robert Bendella, Ed Gein, etc. She prys deep into the psyche of these anomolies to try and explain her leading theory on why serial killers kill, and goes into eerie detail about the abominable acts they commited and why. She also attacks the other leading theories and stereotypes about serial killers, and does a good job too. Seriously the scariest fucking book I have ever read. She really connects you with the emotionaless mind of these guys.

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I just finished reading a fucking awesome book on serial killers. "My Life Among the Serial Killers" by Helen Morrison, M.D. who's spent hundreds of hours with serial killers like John Wayne Gacy, Richard Macek, Robert Bendella, Ed Gein, etc. She prys deep into the psyche of these anomolies to try and explain her leading theory on why serial killers kill, and goes into eerie detail about the abominable acts they commited and why. She also attacks the other leading theories and stereotypes about serial killers, and does a good job too. Seriously the scariest fucking book I have ever read. She really connects you with the emotionaless mind of these guys.

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Old 2005-02-06, 22:47
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Kings early shit was nice......pretty much everything after the 80's was garbage....just my opinion though.

I dont read non fiction anymore....my favorite author is Sagan.

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Old 2005-02-07, 03:49
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i read all the time, and i read anything, although i have stayed away from stephen king for the most part. dunno why.
the room im in at the moment is a home-library. ive recently been reading from the occult shelf. not evil occult, more hippies stuff. like "the truth behind dowsing and devining" or "the secret of the pyramids", "atlantis:fact or fiction", "the power of plants".
some really interesting stuff there, but it will turn you crazy if you read to much into it.

has anyone read "catcher in the rye"?
would anyone care to explain the point behind it? the writing style flows incredibly and the whole thing is perfect except for the complete, total, lack of any plot whatsoever. i read the whole thing expecting something to happen, but it turned out it was the just like the first two chapters in a longer book, with a friday-afternoon ending.
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Old 2005-02-15, 23:56
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So, who's read Charles Bukowski's novel South of No North? Fuck, this book is damn weird....
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Old 2005-02-16, 06:05
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I'm currently reading two books-

1. "There are No Children Here" by Alex Kotlowitz, it's very good so far.
2. "Amphibians and Reptiles of New England (Habitats and Natural History) by Richard M. DeGraaf and Deborah D. Rudis. It's nothing more or less than I expected when I bought it.
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Old 2005-02-16, 06:30
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i'm on a crime kick too, i'm reading "lost light" by michael connolly. pretty good so far.

has anybody ever read anything by dave warner? "city of light" is possibly one of the best books ever written, crime or otherwise.
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Old 2005-02-16, 08:37
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So, who's read Charles Bukowski's novel South of No North? Fuck, this book is damn weird....

I've recently read his "The Most Beautiful Woman in Town: And Other Stories" book. The language is weird but I guess most metaltabbers will enjoy it
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Old 2005-02-16, 11:23
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C. Bukowski gets pretty dirty....it's HI larious.
In this book, it starts out with this guy, Hank, in a bar. A lady sits next to him and suddenly pulls this wire cage from her purse. It has 4 little people in it, 2 guys and 2 girls, all about 3 inches tall. She even tells Hank about how hot she gets when they start to get down on each other. Well, they almost get really into it, and so Hank and the woman take the little people home. They fuck.

...and that's just the first chapter...
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Old 2005-02-16, 11:43
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My Father was a life long USMC recon intsructor however passed away when I was twelve......in the past year or so...I have read MANY non fiction accounts of USMC and their adventures (for lack of a diff word) including a story of the most successful USMC Sniper "Carlos Hathcock" with 91 confirmed kills.
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Old 2005-11-12, 18:54
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As I stated in an eariler post I am reading A Game Of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. It is the first of the series(The 4th book just came out.) This is the first real fantasy novel I have read, excluding The Hobbit and the LOTR trilogy. Usually I read fairly casually, but I have only had this novel for a week and two days and I'm already surpassing the 400 page mark. I cannot put this book down...has anyone else read it?

For more information - http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/t...=books&n=507846

I also starting reading The Lord of The Flies..a classic I have not read yet..


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Old 2005-11-12, 19:01
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ive been reading 1984 for the past few weeks, little bits at a time, its pretty interesting, im about a third of the way thru.
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Old 2005-11-12, 19:10
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Ahh, a classic, I've seen the movie as well...pretty fucking boring(3+ house too i beleive)...but it's fairly decent if you've loved the book.
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i liked lord of the flies. im actually reading the great gatsby right now but im not getting any of it.
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