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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by FeeBee, May 19, 2017.
I already did apparently. About riding the wave and kinky stuff with vapes.
I would have to buy two copies of this book. One to read and one to make sweet love to.
Perhaps you should read The Joy of Tex.
Good Tex play. I am glad to see you getting on board.
Stephen King - Bag Of Bones.
I still haven't read any books because I am not a nerd.
Stephen King - Tommyknockers
Agatha Christie, Crooked House.
Actually the last "book" I read wasn't a book at all, but issue 1 of Galaxy. I read that for many years while it was still being published. I am a HUGE Science Fiction fan and remember a large chunk of these stories. If you like science fiction
all Galaxy and all If issues are online (read in PDF form) and/or downloadable for free from the Archives. I can't recommend this place enough y'all!
Worth looking at for the great reading alone, but you gotta check out those old timey covers!
The second volume of the Rick and Morty comic book.
Thanks for sharing, going to check those out when I am home. The covers look interesting.
Some great reading in those issues. But the covers are interesting indeed. Watch their evolution over the years.... "themes" .... etc.
Currently reading The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James. It is a young adult book and about a teenage girl born in space and it the only person left alive on the space ship after her parents pass away. Enjoying the story so far.
Agatha Christie - Poirot's Last Case.
Ira Levin - The Stepford Wives.
I guess the last few books I've read were :
The Hobbit - J.R.R. Tolkien
Murder on the Orient Express - Agatha Christie
And a Biography of Dwight David Eisenhower's White House years.
Douglas Adams - The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy. Actually, just started it.
Love it. Its in my re-read "rotation", every few years I'll go back and hit the first 4 anyway.