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January 20, 2020, 05:12:23 PM
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I read a lot and most times I take to Amazon to either get inspirational books or science fictions to keep me company after work or during the weekend I use most of my time to read books.
If you want to keep up with trends and improve yourself you need to read constantly as readers are builders so I will be dropping 2 of the books I am currently reading, you can also drop yours as it can help someone
•   Make Your Bed By Admiral William H. McRaven : Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World
https://www.amazon.com/Make-Your-Bed-Little-Things/dp/1455570249

•   Save Him By William M. Hayes: Can he prevent the death of Jesus? you can get it from amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WQMP41B


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January 21, 2020, 11:53:59 AM
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Currently I am reading, Rich Dad poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.
It is a great book that sets my mindset to more entrepreneurial. I totally recommend it to anyone who is interested in reading about tips and growth tricks.

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I have read Rich dad poor dad, it is a book everybody who needs to be a Boss should read
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A book everyone should read at some point is "A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes" by Stephen Hawking.
Another inspiring book I recently read is "Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams" by Matthew Walker.

I didn't like the book "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Lechter... reality is often not as simple as it is described in this book.

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If you did't read yet George Orwell's 1984 I suggest you to do it ASAP. It illustrates perfectly the actual world and the govern surveilence. It was a fiction, but what is written there became real. And it shows why we really need Bitcoin for our privacy and freedom.



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January 22, 2020, 06:33:42 AM
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i am reading "Interview with the vampire" by Anne Rice ,actually i have read this once when i was in college by when i saw it again from the Old books collection it attracts me again to read and now i am on the middle pages .i dont like the Movie instead the book is much appreciative .

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January 22, 2020, 08:52:58 AM
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I agree with you I also read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki I bought this book myself and I still have it I read from time to time. We'll be able to change our motions later on in this book Here's how a poor boy paved the way for his wealth We have a lot to learn from here.

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January 24, 2020, 01:09:26 AM
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I'm currently reading Thinking fast and slow. this book is very interesting making you understand how your barin works and how you take decisions based on the information you get from your senses
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January 24, 2020, 07:40:35 AM
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A book everyone should read at some point is "A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes" by Stephen Hawking.
Another inspiring book I recently read is "Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams" by Matthew Walker.

I didn't like the book "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Lechter... reality is often not as simple as it is described in this book.
I think i need to check out why we sleep
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The name of the book I read in currently is Sin & Spirit (Demigods of San Francisco Book 4) It is a wonderful science fiction book, the characters of the book are beautifully written and I loved them very much. I read the previous three books and really I am happy with this book and this series. If you like science fiction, suspense, supernatural action, comedy, and romance, this series is recommended.

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January 24, 2020, 05:09:24 PM
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I agree with you I also read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki I bought this book myself and I still have it I read from time to time. We'll be able to change our motions later on in this book Here's how a poor boy paved the way for his wealth We have a lot to learn from here.

It's kinda ironic (and hilarious) that the author himself became the epitome of the title. From rich too poor Cheesy

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I've been reading Nelson Demille's books recently, specifically the John Corey series. They're not going to blow your mind or anything but they're entertaining enough and the main character is quite funny. I would recommend reading Night Fall first and there's a great twist at the very end that connects two major world events that had me shook  Cheesy.

If you did't read yet George Orwell's 1984 I suggest you to do it ASAP. It illustrates perfectly the actual world and the govern surveilence. It was a fiction, but what is written there became real. And it shows why we really need Bitcoin for our privacy and freedom.

It is scary how accurate that book has become. I think it's one of the best of it's kind of the dystopian novels. It's quite amazing how many words/terms that were used in the book that have now entered the lexicon like doublethink, newspeak, Big Brother, thought crime, and then of course "Orwellian" which was inspired by his writings.
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Yes indeed... Sad, but true. And another book which also describes how our reality is Vernor Vinge's True Names (1981).

I will write a quote here from the book which may raise your interest: "I think the Mailman is taking us on one at a time, starting with the weakest, drawing us in far enough to learn our True Names - and then destroying us".

Of course, in our times, the mailman is the govern, hungry for our privacy and personal data - for our True Names.



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Free Will Philosophy, Trump; Think big Kickass, Trump; how to make your self rich, Effective Financial Management (Sunday times book)

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January 24, 2020, 09:14:50 PM
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I usually read books that are more on inspirational, motivational, leadership, spiritual, personal finance and a little bit of sales.

However, the book that I'm reading right now is "Life Is Short by Jennifer Arnold, MD and Bill Klein"

It teaches me on how to deal with my life's journey, especially when bad things happen or I do something bad. It's part of life, and we have to learn from it.

Other books that I have finished reading are the following:

- God Is Greater Than Our Biggest Problems by Bro. Bo Sanchez (I feel that I need to read it again because I'm a bit heartbroken)
- Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
- Before You Quit Your Job by Robert Kiyosaki
- The Power of Starting Something Stupid by Richard Norton
- Start With Why by Simon Sinek
- How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie (unfortunately my uncle borrowed it years ago but never returned it yet)
- The Millionaire Messenger by Brendon Burchard (he's my favorite motivational speaker, and I watch his videos from time to time)
- The Motivation Manifesto by Brendon Burchard
- 25 Ways To Win With People by John Maxwell
- 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John Maxwell (unfortunately the book was not returned yet by my former colleague years ago)


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I always like to reading book,My favourite   writer is Albert Einstein.At this moment i am reading  "THE WORLD AS I SEE IT"
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Currently I am reading, Rich Dad poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.
It is a great book that sets my mindset to more entrepreneurial. I totally recommend it to anyone who is interested in reading about tips and growth tricks.

"Rich Dad poor Dad" i have read this book nothing to say It seems to me that every human being should read a book because it has a heap of to learn.

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Currently I am reading, Rich Dad poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.
It is a great book that sets my mindset to more entrepreneurial. I totally recommend it to anyone who is interested in reading about tips and growth tricks.

"Rich Dad poor Dad" i have read this book nothing to say It seems to me that every human being should read a book because it has a heap of to learn.
But not all of his ideas work for people from different 3rd world countires due to different interest rates and inflation rate but it gives us good understanding about how the economic system works and what we need to increase our savings.

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The Catholic Demonologist Handbook by Kenneth G Deel
A comprehensive guidebook to understanding and solving ghost and demonic hauntings.

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The Catholic Demonologist Handbook by Kenneth G Deel
A comprehensive guidebook to understanding and solving ghost and demonic hauntings.

You never know when you need to perform an exorcism... Or, wouldn't you rather call a professional?



If you are into economy, read Mises and the Austrian economists. Lots of free books to read and download online here: https://mises.org/books-library/

From Mises Human Action is recommended.

Another one: The Causes of the Economic Crisis, and Other Essays Before and After the Great Depression

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This book refutes the socialists and Keynesian, as well as anyone who believes that the printing press can provide a way out of trouble. Mises shows who was responsible for driving the world into economic calamity. It was the inevitable effects of the government's monopoly over money and banking.

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January 28, 2020, 05:36:01 AM
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Currently I am reading, Rich Dad poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.
It is a great book that sets my mindset to more entrepreneurial. I totally recommend it to anyone who is interested in reading about tips and growth tricks.

"Rich Dad poor Dad" i have read this book nothing to say It seems to me that every human being should read a book because it has a heap of to learn.
But not all of his ideas work for people from different 3rd world countires due to different interest rates and inflation rate but it gives us good understanding about how the economic system works and what we need to increase our savings.
yeah the books applied to specific type of living and not in general,but it is worth reading if you are a bookworm i guess since there are too many interest in each books  to learn and find.

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I agree with you I also read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki I bought this book myself and I still have it I read from time to time. We'll be able to change our motions later on in this book Here's how a poor boy paved the way for his wealth We have a lot to learn from here.

It's kinda ironic (and hilarious) that the author himself became the epitome of the title. From rich too poor Cheesy

I don't know if it's ironic but I think the author wanted to change the outlook of society through this book. That is how a poor person can become rich.

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Currently I am reading, Rich Dad poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.
It is a great book that sets my mindset to more entrepreneurial. I totally recommend it to anyone who is interested in reading about tips and growth tricks.

"Rich Dad poor Dad" i have read this book nothing to say It seems to me that every human being should read a book because it has a heap of to learn.
That is my favorite book after all, I still remember the first lesson and it is about rich do not work for money while  poor and middle class are working for money. We cannot be rich if we are just focusing to be an employee, we should be an entrepreneur who have good management skill that can help us to become successful in the near future.
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I have long since rarely read a book because for me it is not practical and very difficult to carry. with the development of technology I prefer to buy magazines or books online and just read it on the mobile device. this is easier than the book and the price can be cheaper, of course. technological developments make it more practical to be able to be used and utilized.

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3rd Book in Brandon Sanderson's Stormlight archive series, Oathbringer.

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I love reading numerous books leisure back home I took a book while traveling somewhere I read within the car I prefer sociology books in any case. Different aspects of society are discussed here How can we eliminate superstition from society? Socio-economic political aspects of society etc August Kott is the father of sociology.

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I read The richest man in Babylon, who have time can read it.
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Yes, I love to read. But my nature is a little different. The book that I like to read, I read it again and again, even though it is memorized, whether it is a text book or a story book, like a snack. So my book repository is very short.

How sweet is the word 'friend'! Friendship is a symbol of intimacy, affection and harmony, love and affection, and a symbol of mutual bonding and emotional bonding. Cracks in friendship are painful but not uncommon; When it is noticeable. Many friends today are enemies. Dishonesty and betrayal are not desirable for a friend. But the unexpected is still happening. Why friends are only creating distances between parents, siblings, close relatives and laid-back neighbors in the conflict of mutual interest. Violence is spreading. As the ant takes the leaf of a fallen tree in danger, people also want to avoid danger, seeking some shelter. Need a good friend. Where people are suspected of being friends with blood, even if they are suspected of being friends, the book can be a real friend to people.
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I read The richest man in Babylon, who have time can read it.
the name sounds catchy, i will check it out
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I recently started reading Harry Potter. Before that, I watched only the films. The books are written very well. If you start reading, it's hard to tear yourself away.
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The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who've Lived the Longest
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trade your way to financial freedom good book I am reading to improve my trading skills
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The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who've Lived the Longest
is this also available online?seems like a good book can you share where to purchase and how much cost?

trade your way to financial freedom good book I am reading to improve my trading skills
this is hard to learn unless we have a good mentor to help us out in trading.

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 I currently reading "The Testament"  book. This is very interesting book
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Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

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the importance of being earnest by Oscar Wilde
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I'm currently reading Chariots of the Gods
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I love reading books by many author's books but now read God's chariots because now the virus is spreading all over the world and everyone is following the path shown by God to protect against this virus. If we pray regularly after his book we can be saved from this epidemic He alone can save us from this disease.

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I have long since rarely read a book because for me it is not practical and very difficult to carry. with the development of technology I prefer to buy magazines or books online and just read it on the mobile device. this is easier than the book and the price can be cheaper, of course. technological developments make it more practical to be able to be used and utilized.

You're wrong. Electronic books maybe more convenient and cheaper but will never make you feel emotion and attractive like when you're reading a real book!
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I've never read Jules Verne. Therefore, just yesterday I started reading The Mysterious Island! Interesting from the start!
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I have long since rarely read a book because for me it is not practical and very difficult to carry. with the development of technology I prefer to buy magazines or books online and just read it on the mobile device. this is easier than the book and the price can be cheaper, of course. technological developments make it more practical to be able to be used and utilized.

You're wrong. Electronic books maybe more convenient and cheaper but will never make you feel emotion and attractive like when you're reading a real book!

You are right in saying that electronic books never touch our minds just like the original books. Then the writers wouldn't write a book Everything wont to be done by electronic books. There are many authors' books that remind us of our childhood memories they're really fun.

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I started reading the old man and the sea by Ernest Hemingway
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because of Boredom i am starting to read the Books of "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen and the next in line is "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee

I started reading the old man and the sea by Ernest Hemingway
is it good?i mean what type of story is this?

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I usually like to read books so when I finish reading one book I start reading another book Earlier I finished the book 5 to 6 but for the last three days I have been reading the book for fifty years of my politics. The story is truly remarkable and we know a lot of information about our country that I did not know before.

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I decided to read Howl's Moving Castle. The beginning was very interesting.
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Cryptonomicon by Stephenson.
Enjoy that a lot. In essence many basic terms for blockchain we have today were developed decades ago within WW2. Sources do matter.
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I started reading dutchman by LeRoi Jones
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My sister gave me a book yesterday, "Why men marry bitches"? by Sherry Argov.

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Books all about cryptocurrency and blockchain technology are the kind of books i always wanted to read . You know, we're in the stage of online technology and we have to adapt to it.
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I have read Rich dad poor dad, it is a book everybody who needs to be a Boss should read

nice book
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I started reading dutchman by LeRoi Jones

I haven't read this book but I've heard stories that are good I'm reading a new book nowadays from tomorrow. Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone A lot better yet can't finish it The author is J.K. Rowling He wrote more books than older ones.

Yeah this book is basically cool. I even have read However what i'm reading now's that children's storybooks are bullets. Reading these little children's storybooks from home sitting within the lockdown. many fun and laughter.

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I just started reading Reality Transurfing. I highly recommend it to everyone!
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Communicate to Win by Richard Denny. The secret of successful communication
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I read a lot and most times I take to Amazon to either get inspirational books or science fictions to keep me company after work or during the weekend I use most of my time to read books.
If you want to keep up with trends and improve yourself you need to read constantly as readers are builders so I will be dropping 2 of the books I am currently reading, you can also drop yours as it can help someone
•   Make Your Bed By Admiral William H. McRaven : Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World
https://www.amazon.com/Make-Your-Bed-Little-Things/dp/1455570249

•   Save Him By William M. Hayes: Can he prevent the death of Jesus? you can get it from amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WQMP41B




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I read a lot and most times I take to Amazon to either get inspirational books or science fictions to keep me company after work or during the weekend I use most of my time to read books.
If you want to keep up with trends and improve yourself you need to read constantly as readers are builders so I will be dropping 2 of the books I am currently reading, you can also drop yours as it can help someone
•   Make Your Bed By Admiral William H. McRaven : Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World
https://www.amazon.com/Make-Your-Bed-Little-Things/dp/1455570249

•   Save Him By William M. Hayes: Can he prevent the death of Jesus? you can get it from amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WQMP41B




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I don't think a book named COVID 19 has begin it's always the name of an epidemic and that we can determine about COVID 19 on the web or within the news But it isn't later in any book.

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April 21, 2020, 09:59:32 AM
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I'm reading the Bible now, I want to understand why this book is the most popular in the world.
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April 21, 2020, 11:42:43 AM
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Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow
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It's incredible how this guy have a wide vision of entire world, it's a masterpiece to read

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April 21, 2020, 11:54:26 AM
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It's always nice to sit outside and read. The two books that i'm currently reading are Machiavelli's 'The Prince' and my old favourite J. D. Salinger's 'The Catcher in the Rye'.

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Just bought The Most Dangerous Man In The World: The Inside Story On Julian Assange And WikiLeaks, written by Andrew Fowler and Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet, by Julian Assange. I'm very excited and can't wait to read them!



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June 10, 2020, 06:50:34 PM
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Confessions of a British Spy by Hempher!

Which is the book I am decided to read for now, I came to know about this book which watching an Youtube video in my native language so let's see what has been told in that.

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I reading some books my free time for especially getting more inspection and appraisal. You can read Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, absolutely i am very impressed this books eveey words like heart touch.

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Lately, I've stopped reading regular books. I prefer to study information that can be of use to me in my professional life. For example, sales training in Los Angeles, I liked it very much. Because the information about how to sell my design ideas to skeptical clients is very relevant to me now. And you know, after reading this article I was able to apply some tips and I was able to negotiate with a skeptical client.
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I read a lot and most times I take to Amazon to either get inspirational books or science fictions to keep me company after work or during the weekend I use most of my time to read books.
If you want to keep up with trends and improve yourself you need to read constantly as readers are builders so I will be dropping 2 of the books I am currently reading, you can also drop yours as it can help someone
•   Make Your Bed By Admiral William H. McRaven : Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World
https://www.amazon.com/Make-Your-Bed-Little-Things/dp/1455570249

•   Save Him By William M. Hayes: Can he prevent the death of Jesus? you can get it from amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WQMP41B




I mostly read local books from our end. Specially Bob Ong's specials. Like the Alamat ng Gubat and Bakit baligtad Magbasa ng libro and mg Pilipino. These are solid read and funny at the same time! Grin

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I just bought Cryptonomicon, written by Neal Stephenson. Can't wait to read it! It is a book inspired by Cypherpunks' activity. The tile itself is inspired from Tim May's Cyphernomicon.




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There are pearls of knowledge scattered in every book. So a seeker of knowledge has to read innumerable books. He will find intelligent sayings in any book. So it cannot be said that you can become wise by reading these books. Knowledge has no boundaries. So we see, there is no end to the book. I reading "You Can Win"
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I reading some books my free time for especially getting more inspection and appraisal. You can read Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, absolutely i am very impressed this books eveey words like heart touch.

I agree with you that these books are really great I have read too and still have it Through this book the difference between rich and poor can be understood. What the rich teach their children that the poor cannot teach These lines are very funny.

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I'm reading the Bible now, I want to understand why this book is the most popular in the world.


Same here. Although I know that it's the most popular in the world, and I've read a few bible verses ever now and then while studying in a Catholic school, aside from reading and hearing the gospel when I go to church. And I believe that it's about time and simply overdue for me not having enough time to read the whole Bible instead.

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I've just finished the stories about Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Right now I'm reading The House with the Mezzanine by Anton Chekhov.
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I am currently reading Lord of the Flies. It starts interesting but I was told it gets heavy later.
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I love reading books a lot. It helps me grow my mind and enables me to acquire important and important information. For this time, I am reading a book of technical analysis for financial markets. It is for John J. Murphy and I advise everyone to read it
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Does audiobooks count as “reading a book”?

I’m currently listening to “five lives of cheater”. This a LitRPG (literature role play game). Dont know about all countries, but in Russia it is very popular in last years. It is usually regular science fiction or fantasy book with elements of rpg. Main character is leveling during the plot, gains skills and equip.

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I am not a book lover. I'm the kind of person that do not love to read books or articles. I just read my notes/books in college/highschool when we will be having a quiz, long quiz, and major exams. Although that's the thing, I envy others who love to read books because it is additional information. I want to read books bit I am too lazy for it.

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Currently im reading a pocketbook novel that my grandma sent to me to read if im not busy. Its an old pocketbook that she bought 40 years ago and kept for that long period. The title is Noble House by James Clavell.



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 I'm currently reading Slaughterhouse Five, an autobiographical novel by Kurt Vonnegut about the bombing of Dresden during World War II and also I recently wrote about it in my essay via studydriver.com/slaughterhouse-five-essay/. The book is really very interesting, it combines historical facts, but with a literary description, it is more interesting than dry facts for textbooks.
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Ryu Murakami `Line`. Recommended, by the way  Cool
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I have stopperd reading books a whipe back now my major source of knowledge are blogs and youtube channels and i really enjoy them.

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I have stopperd reading books a whipe back now my major source of knowledge are blogs and youtube channels and i really enjoy them.

But books are not necessarily a source of knowledge. It can be fiction or biography, which is also interesting to read.
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"The Science of Getting Rich", written by Book by Wallace D. Wattles. This book is basically for those who seeking to have wealth & abundance. Have straight instructions, helps to understand easily

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I read a lot and most times I take to Amazon to either get inspirational books or science fictions to keep me company after work or during the weekend I use most of my time to read books.
If you want to keep up with trends and improve yourself you need to read constantly as readers are builders so I will be dropping 2 of the books I am currently reading, you can also drop yours as it can help someone
•   Make Your Bed By Admiral William H. McRaven : Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World
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•   Save Him By William M. Hayes: Can he prevent the death of Jesus? you can get it from amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WQMP41B



I am not reading any book at the moment but the last i read was related to alternative medicine where we can use different herbs or plants to stay healthy.

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Just finished reading The Most Dangerous Man In The World: The Inside Story On Julian Assange And WikiLeaks, written by Andrew Fowler, Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet, by Julian Assange and Cryptonomicon, by Neal Stephenson, which is a book with references to Cypherpunks and their mailing list, inspired from Tim May's Cyphernomicon.

While I was reading Cryptonomicon (which is a 918 pages book), I found out that the author wrote three other books related to this one, although not related to Cypherpunks anymore: Reamde (912 pg.) Fall; or, Dodge in Hell (720 pg.) and The Baroque Cycle. The Baroque Cycle contains itself three novels: Quicksilver (720 pg.), The Confusion (815 pg.) and The System of the World (912 pg.). Besides, Neal Stephenson wrote one more book with references to the Cypherpunks: Snow Crash (448 pg.).

I ordered one book of The Baroque Cycle (The Confusion), True Names by Vernor Vinge (which was inspired by Tim May's masterpiece True Nyms and Crypto Anarchy (the essay being included in a reprint of Vinge's True Names)), Snow Crash, Orwell's 1984 (which is a book which inspired all Cypherpunks' activity) and two more books written by Julian Assange: Underground (500 pg.) and When Google Met Wikileaks. If I'll get all these, I have to try to find just one last book of Assange - The Unauthorised Biography (350 pg.). And, of course, all the other Stephenson's books mentioned above. Only if I can find them in Romania. If I'll find them all, I think I'll finish reading them by Christmas of 2021. Excepting 1984, all the others can be found in English, which makes them even more difficult to read, besides their length.



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I just started reading Coingecko's book on Decentralised Finance. How to Defi. I am currently about half way and I can recommend it to anyone who is interested in DeFi but doesn't yet now a lot about it.
In the book they also offer a lot of examples and guides to some of the more popular DeFi products and they link to a lot of interesting articles in the book. So for anyone who wants to dive deeper into a specific topic they can without having to go though a lot of trouble finding relevant articles.
The book itself isn't to long at 212 pages but if you calculate in all the articles they reference I would say you can about triple that figure.
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While I am waiting for the ordered books, mentioned above, I just realized I have a new book to read, which rested untouched in my house for almost two years.



This book is a present from my mom and it has a funny history: she bought me this book by mistake Smiley She thought it is about Ross Ulbricht's Silk Road (the book is written in English and she doesn't know too much English lol). In fact, the book is Peter Frankopan's The Silk Roads: A New History of the world and I'm sure it is a very good reading. I added also a photo of the back cover, for the review written there. This book is also huge (521 pages), but I hope to finish reading it until I'll receive the other books I ordered.



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I am reading the new book of Neil DeGrasse Tyson "Letters from an Astrophysicist". Since the beginning of the pandemic I really enjoyed reading physics book again. It's my 3rd book by Neil and he is just an awesome writer. I can recommend his books to anyone, even if you don't have much knowledge about astrophysics.

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Books are good for reading and it will increase the knowledge of ours. so keep learning a good books according to your interest, currently am reading news Punjabi book, just because being a Punjabi girl, liked reading Punjabi books from the childhood.
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the books are a bit out of fashion now there are ebooks to read on e-readers, however I am rereading with pleasure the books of Isaac Asimov in particular abyss of steel

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I read a lot and most times I take to Amazon to either get inspirational books or science fictions to keep me company after work or during the weekend I use most of my time to read books.
If you want to keep up with trends and improve yourself you need to read constantly as readers are builders so I will be dropping 2 of the books I am currently reading, you can also drop yours as it can help someone
•   Make Your Bed By Admiral William H. McRaven : Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World
https://www.amazon.com/Make-Your-Bed-Little-Things/dp/1455570249

•   Save Him By William M. Hayes: Can he prevent the death of Jesus? you can get it from amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WQMP41B




Currently I am reading Sully: My Search for What Really Matters .
It's a memoir written by Chesley B Sullenberg and Zeffrey Zaslow . It describes the event of US airways flight which was skillfully and safely landed by Capt . Sullenberg onto the Hudson river post a bird strike which rendered the plane's engine useless .
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Reality Transurfing by Vadim Zeland
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I love reading novels very much and currently am reading "The Detective" my Catherine Coulter. The novels is a very good one, reading has always been one of very fun activities
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I usually read ebooks that are sold on the PlayStore.
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I used to read a book called 'think and grow rich' and by Napoleon Hill but I have heard they have cut some papers out of it 😢
Some groups don't want they people know everything, I hope if some one could get first edition of it post a link of that in here or put it on sale on eBay.
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I am reading Campbell Biology-Benjamin Cummings - (10th Edition) and page number 153
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I'm currently reading One of us is lying... it's pretty interestingg so far
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My curiosity to explore more and more books, keeps me motivated to read, come what may Smiley
Book that I'm currently reading is The Frackers - it's based on the inside story of the energy revolution (Insightful and I was intrigued and well my father gifted me. So yeah Cheesy)
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I just bought a few more books. First one is Vernor Vinge's True Names, previously advertised by me inside this topic back in January. At that time I read it in a pdf form, but I really wanted to have it also in physical form -- and I finally have it!



The hard copy of the novel contains a huge preface (about 187 pages long), which include some essays about privacy and cryptography. The most important of these essays is Tim May's True Nyms and Crypto Anarchy. This is itself a great reading but I couldn't find it anywhere on the Internet. If anyone finds it, feel free to share it. But I believe this essay was written especially for prefacing the book True Names, thus there are low chances to find it on the Internet.



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I'm currently reading Love must be tough by James Dobson.
I borrowed this book to my friend and im reading it every night.



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Hey guys,

great book suggestions here. I'm reading "Magicians of the Gods" by Graham Hancock, anyone a fan of his work? I'm sure a lot of you guys here know him. Really interesting stuff on ancient & lost civilizations.

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Nowadays books are read in a messy way running a specific book is no longer the case as it turns out many books are left unfinished never finished. My fiction is read more Now I am reading the Bengali version of Haruki Murakami's After the Quake Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment the dreamy Chakraborty's'Yellow Rose because of the curiosity about the physical constitution sex life and way of life of transgender people. Memoirs of my grief-stricken prostitutes and Obaid Haque's Blue Mountain 'books.

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Since two days ago I started reading another book from the ones I ordered recently:



Suelette Dreyfus & Julian Assange - Underground

It is a fascinating book about the rise of Australian hackers and phreakers from 1980s, including the early activity of Julian Assange which, by that time, was known under the nym Mendax. For all Assange lovers this is a must read.

Besides , when it was launched in 1997, the book's price was 400$!!! I managed to buy it now at about 19$. Get it while you can!



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You have a brain by Ben Carson.
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Solaris by Stanislaw Lem, great read!
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Solaris by Stanislaw Lem, great read!
What type of story is this?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solaris_(novel)

yeah checking it now seems like a good story,is there any movie related to this? i mean has this novel being copied for movie?


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Hi. I just finished reading the book by Tony Robbins, thanks to which I became more efficient in playing Dragons Treasure and planning my time. Now I am reading the book The Richest Man in Babylon.
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currently, I am reading several books related to philosophy, of course with my country's translation...
Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny by Kate Manne is the book I'm reading right now. I just started reading a few pages but have saluted the contents of the opening, hopefully a second edition will appear in the next few months.

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This is the antepenultimate book from the order I mentioned in August: George Orwell's 1984 (translated in Romanian), a book which I already mentioned here in January 2020. I read it since 2018, but in electronic format. Now I managed to obtain also the physical form of the book. I suggest you all to read it. It is a book about state surveillance taken to the extreme, a book which inspired also the Cypherpunks' work, as its action became a reality.




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I tend you reads usually two books at the time, one about business and investing and one novel I read before sleeping when I am already tired. Reading a business book right before sleeping is not such a good idea for me because I forgot too many things in the morning. The business book I am reading right now is Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki , and the Novel is The Guardians by John Grisham. Both are great books I can only recommend.

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I like reading fantasy. It distracts me from my daily hustle and bustle. I can call Terry Pratchett's books ideal and constantly looking for something like this on the internet library page. I used to have a lot of paperback books. Excellent library)) But it began to take up a lot of space and I made a strong-willed decision to send them to our local school. Now, e-books have replaced the paper version for me.
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This is the penultimate book from the order I mentioned in August: Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash. This is one of the two books with references to Cypherpunk's activity, the other one being also authored by Neal Stephenson: Cryptonomicon. I am really anger to read it, as not many books talk about these brilliant minds!



My last book from the order I made is Neal Stephenson's The Confusion, which is a part of the so-called Baroque Cycle. It contains three books - Quicksilver, The Confusion and he System of the World. I'll post a picture with all three books once I'll have all of them at hand. I decided to buy also Baroque Cycle, as I understood that the action is somehow related to the one from Cryptonomicon, although it doesn't refer anymore to Cypherpunks.



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October 05, 2020, 01:12:24 PM
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I decided to re-read my favorite book - Jonathan Livingston Seagull (by Richard Bach)
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Started rereading The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. It is worth reading at least once
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