What book are you reading?

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  • CaptainFantastic00
    CaptainFantastic00 Posts: 4,619 Member
    larryc0923 wrote: »
    "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*%K" by Mark Manson.

    I got you are a badass, gonna try to get my book club to read it
  • angelxsss
    angelxsss Posts: 2,402 Member
    larryc0923 wrote: »
    "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*%K" by Mark Manson.
    larryc0923 wrote: »
    "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*%K" by Mark Manson.

    I got you are a badass, gonna try to get my book club to read it

    I've never read this one, but there's another one called The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*%K by Sarah Knight, and I'm just here to say I don't recommend it.
  • larryc0923
    larryc0923 Posts: 557 Member
    I cannot speak to Sarah Knight's book but Mark Manson's book is awesome. I have listened to it at least 3 times. Very directly helpful.
  • angelxsss
    angelxsss Posts: 2,402 Member
    larryc0923 wrote: »
    "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*%K" by Mark Manson.

    I got you are a badass, gonna try to get my book club to read it

    I thought You Are A Badass was super cheesy and lame. But that's just me. I've read some cheesy and lame stuff (eg. Madly in Love With Me) that I've actually gotten a lot out of, despite the lameness. Hopefully you'll find something helpful in there.
  • angelxsss
    angelxsss Posts: 2,402 Member
    Is The Maze Runner worth reading? I haven't been spoiled by the movies yet.
  • CaptainFantastic00
    CaptainFantastic00 Posts: 4,619 Member
    angelxsss wrote: »
    Is The Maze Runner worth reading? I haven't been spoiled by the movies yet.

    I couldn't get into the book, the tense was weird for me
  • Whybelesswhenyoucanbmore
    Whybelesswhenyoucanbmore Posts: 492 Member
    edited January 2018
    angelxsss wrote: »
    Is The Maze Runner worth reading? I haven't been spoiled by the movies yet.

    The ending SUCKS. It SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS.
  • angelxsss
    angelxsss Posts: 2,402 Member
    Haha now I want to read it!
  • mybfisred
    mybfisred Posts: 1,388 Member
    Glass castle next on my list after pinkalicious
  • angelxsss wrote: »
    Haha now I want to read it!

    I stuck through it. Its a good series in that you cant figure out where its going and the movies stuck relatively close.
    But damn I was pissed at the end.
  • Mr_Shor_Tass
    Mr_Shor_Tass Posts: 1 Member
    Someone who lives in my building keeps leaving their finished books on a window ledge in the main lobby, so I've been getting a steady stream of crime thrillers which is handy as they're my favourite kind. I'm currently reading "Nest" by Terry Goodkind. It's pretty good. :)
  • bwestdevore37
    bwestdevore37 Posts: 8 Member
    Destiny at Dry Camp by John D. Nesbitt Great western writer. Favorite genre westerns
  • tuddy315
    tuddy315 Posts: 11,282 Member
    shor_tass wrote: »
    Someone who lives in my building keeps leaving their finished books on a window ledge in the main lobby, so I've been getting a steady stream of crime thrillers which is handy as they're my favourite kind. I'm currently reading "Nest" by Terry Goodkind. It's pretty good. :)

    If you like murder mysteries, read Lisa Gardner's books. Luv, luv, luv them!!
  • angelxsss
    angelxsss Posts: 2,402 Member
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  • mabearof6
    mabearof6 Posts: 684 Member
    King and Maxwell by Baldacci
  • BoosDimples
    BoosDimples Posts: 2,826 Member
    larryc0923 wrote: »
    "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*%K" by Mark Manson.

    Thank you for reiterating this! :heart:
  • tuddy315
    tuddy315 Posts: 11,282 Member
    Alone by Lisa Gardner
  • CaptainFantastic00
    CaptainFantastic00 Posts: 4,619 Member
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    Tell us more about bukowski.
    Also rad nails sister
  • CaptainFantastic00
    CaptainFantastic00 Posts: 4,619 Member
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    Tell us more about bukowski.
    Also rad nails sister

    my nails got some ink on them rn actually, usually a lil more finished

    he's not for everyone, i like him a lot

    I have him in my kindle or something the name is familiar