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    Books

    This thread can be for any book suggestion, sure there might be a thread on this already but I do love to read. At the moment I would like some good referrals to books that go into detail about aas or any good reads along the lines of lifting or diet I'm up for anything thanks guys.

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    Start with marcus's diary lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdos900 View Post
    Start with marcus's diary lol
    Lol that ones checked off already that guy have me alot of excellent advice as always.

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    Books are just a small portion of the Internet printed on something that can physically be thrown away. Sorry :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiveOn View Post
    Books are just a small portion of the Internet printed on something that can physically be thrown away. Sorry :/
    I don't fully agree and I can't have my phone out at work and wanted some suggestions on which ones are good reads.

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    Last year I discovered an author called Vince Flynn and i've been hooked on his books.

    He's been writing an ongoing series about a CIA operative called Mitch Rapp. Very "Jason Bourne/Taken" type stuff if you like that sort of thing. He writes real page turners as well. Badass stuff.
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    Anabolics by William Llewellyn is good to have around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyVegas
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    UNDERGROUND ANABOLICS good as well.

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    The Iceman, about some hitman, very interesting and Im not a reader usually but I found it hard to put it down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagg View Post
    Last year I discovered an author called Vince Flynn and i've been hooked on his books.

    He's been writing an ongoing series about a CIA operative called Mitch Rapp. Very "Jason Bourne/Taken" type stuff if you like that sort of thing. He writes real page turners as well. Badass stuff.
    Most books don't hold my attention long enough to make it thru even halfway but I've read and enjoyed every book in that series.

    It's not absolutely necessary but would make more sense if you start at the beginning and read them in order.

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    Red circle, American sniper, trident K-9 warriors and I'm into westerns to. Terry johnstone and his last gunfighter, the last mountain man series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. Hartman View Post
    Most books don't hold my attention long enough to make it thru even halfway but I've read and enjoyed every book in that series.

    It's not absolutely necessary but would make more sense if you start at the beginning and read them in order.
    That's exactly what I did, I started with American Assassin, then Kill Shot and THEN Transfer of Power. Love these books. Just started Memorial Day..

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    Nice thanks I will check them out, if you haven't read any Steinbeck novel you need to check them out they are great favorite is easy of Eden. Also 1984 by George Orwell is amazing if you haven't read it it a dystopian setting which involve a corrupt government which is referred to as "big brother" must read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagg View Post
    That's exactly what I did, I started with American Assassin, then Kill Shot and THEN Transfer of Power. Love these books. Just started Memorial Day..
    Is American Assassin the one where he goes around killing off politicans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSM4Life View Post
    I'd read the bible if there were pictures.

    Children’s pop up bibles. They have pictures and are interactive.

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    we love the zombie books and are reading the rot and ruin series currently. I cant put them down and am DYING for the next book to be released!!

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    Are there any other zombie books that you would recommend? I’m working on finishing The Mortal Instruments series. Already finished The infernal Devices. I am currently on City of Fallen Angels. Also I am trying to finish up all the Eberron books at same time.

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    z world (the 1 that brad pitts making a movie on) flesh and bone / dust and decay / rot and ruin... play dead ( about a high school foot ball team an zombies) department 19 and ab lincolin zombie hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerspawn View Post
    Are there any other zombie books that you would recommend? I’m working on finishing The Mortal Instruments series. Already finished The infernal Devices. I am currently on City of Fallen Angels. Also I am trying to finish up all the Eberron books at same time.
    Attachment 139818 how can you juggle so many story lines and people lol i get so absorbed in my books its like loosing a friend when the story endsAttachment 139819Attachment 139820

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sexy4mySweetheart View Post
    Attachment 139818 how can you juggle so many story lines and people

    I have ADHD. I get absorbed in reading also. I get bored so I read some of one series then switch to another.

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    anyone tried David Hagberg? Nelson Demille?

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    I love Robert Heinlein. His books really include some interesting perspectives on politics etc.

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