I thought we had a thread for this but I didn't see it... so we do now! What are you cigar luvin fools reading?
I'm currently re-reading the Dark Tower Series by Stephen King. I'm about 2/3 of the way through the Drawing of the Three... great series... worth a read if you like a mix between Fantasy, Sci-fi, western, horror, action... it's got it all...
Working my way through the Mitch Rapp books by Vince Flynn... love these books... tons of action, fast paced, easy reads... it's like a mix between Jack Ryan and Jason Bourne
My last "Learning" book was 1776 by David McCullough... it was an on and off book for me and it took me a long time to get through it... but I plan on re-reading it (while not reading anything else) soon...
My To Read list:
The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough (i like the way he writes history)
John Adams by David McCullough
what about you guys>???
yeah, it was one of those books that i couldn't put down and finished it in a day and a half over this past weekend . i loved the technical info and from my understanding most all of it was spot on when it comes to real science.
FYI this one is coming to a theatre near you soon. the thing is chock full of great actors too, can't wait to see it.
I read anything by Chuck Klostermann (Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs) or Chuck Plahaniuk (Fight Club)... apparently any Chuck.. oh, and a lot of online magazines.
European Cigar Journal ;-)
I am reading lots of theology, from the 16th century, most of it in Latin. Doubt any one here really wants me to list the books I'm reading ;)
When I finish my dissertation I hope to read for leisure, but right now it just doesn't happen.
man, i hope this is true
What me reading? Of course it's true
I need a pic of you reading that book with a cigar in your hand... i need PROOF!
I'll post soon
I had the overwhelming urge to start the Dune saga over again. It's been awhile.
Paddle Your Own Canoe by Nick Offerman.