Discussion in 'Community' started by Chancellor_Ewok, Jun 19, 2009.
A crapload of books for my classes.
Is that a metric crapload or an imperial crapload?
The Dagger Of Trust by Chris Willrich
Tao of Jeet Kune Do, Bruce Lee
Under the Loving Care of the Fatherly Leader: North Korea and the Kim Dynasty.
I bought it while all that Rodman garbage was going on. I sort of was curious to know more and this was the best rated book on North Korea on Goodreads. I haven't started it yet
The Companions in paperback by Salvatore. I suppose I'll go ahead and keep up with the D&D 5e changover fiction.
Also bought Strange Flesh by Matthew Farrer which takes place in the Android universe which is by Fantasy Flight Games which is where they placed the Netrunner card game.
Android: Free Fall by William H. Keith
Cosmonaut Keep by Ken Macleod
The Spell of the Black Dagger and Night of Madness, both are Ethshar novels by Lawrence Watt-Evans
Today was a great used book day!
The Hunger Games box set
I bought two Star Wars Omnibuses:
"Knights of the Old Republic Volume 1"
"At Wars with the Empire" Volume 2
Crossover by Joel Shepherd and The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron.
Some books on biking for my dad's bday.
Thief of The Anceints by Mike Wild which is an omnibus of 4 books concerning a Laura Croft type character in a fantasy setting.
Postwoman brought an Amazon US order today with SW: Honor Among Thieves and John Scalzi's The Human Division. These are the latest that I've physically acquired.
Night of the Hunter, Copanions Codex 1 by R.A. Salvatore.
Wrong thread and thank you for making me think I spelled a character's name wrong when in fact I didn't use her name at all.
Kafka collection because I'm a bore.
I thought you were a cockroach.
Old Testament Parallels: Laws and Stories from the Ancient Near East
The Occult and Curative Powers of Precious Stones
The Qur'an, translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali
It was a Unitarian church sale.
Iron Fist The Living Weapon #1, Kaare Kyle Andrews.
The Forever Watch, David Ramirez.
Heaven's Queen, Rachel Bach.
So Unitarians have...eclectic tastes?
I found this at my local Half-Price Books last night, for $15. That's twelve bucks off Amazon's price for a new one, and its in very good condition.
Picked up Patricia Cornwell's Dust and James Patterson's Gone at the supermarket this morning for half-price each. Both are just out in paper here in the UK.