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Thursday, June 23, 2005

Strangest Books We've Read

Justin: Signal to Noise: Eric S. Nylund - The title was cool and it started kinda like I thought, you know -- all cyberpunk, and then it just...totally...flips...out... I have the strangest desire to re-read it.

Jason: Illuminati: RAW (Robert Anton Wilson) - I can't imagine anything stranger than this book really, and I don't count it as an ultimate waste of time. (I wouldn't say it was the best book I ever read either) Zombie Nazi's are always a nice touch but that rock band (the AMA (yes, the American Medical Association)) kind of hurt the plot I think. (*looking back at it now, I can't remember the actual title of this book) Do not mistake this for Larry Burkett's book "The Illuminati" (UTTER TRASH--not the good kind)


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1 Comments:

  • It's not actually a book, but a strange reading experience. When I finished the 2nd of 3 books telling Pride and Prejudice from Mr. Darcy's point of view I discovered that the series was actualy unfinished. I checked the author's website and found the first few chapters online. Then I discovered that there is a whole community of authors who write Jane Austen fan fiction. Really bizarre stuff. Troubling.

    By Anna, at 7:23 AM  

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