Right now I'm reading 1984. I plan on keeping my tv turned off from now on!!! Next up is Constitutional Chaos by Andrew Napolitano.
Reading 1984 again now 40 years later. Bought the "Animal Farm" combo package. Amazing how G.O. had political correctness pegged, huh? I've never been a lib but it's interesting how you realize you've changed your thinking over time.Right now I'm reading 1984. I plan on keeping my tv turned off from now on!!! Next up is Constitutional Chaos by Andrew Napolitano.
I enjoyed both of those. The really scary one of the two is Constitutional Chaos in my opinion. At least 1984 has the air of fiction!Right now I'm reading 1984. I plan on keeping my tv turned off from now on!!! Next up is Constitutional Chaos by Andrew Napolitano.
Yup, I've read every book W.E.B. Griffin has written. I liked his earlier books a bit better than some of the most recent ones that he's written with his co-author, but they are all good.I read hundreds of books as a child and later a lot of science fiction. I like Smokewagon's choices. A recent favorite is W.E.B. Griffin, who writes very well about the military and LE's. I'm waiting for a moment to read Tom Clancy again, if I can ever get off the internet and this forum. I read 1984 a long time ago. Too much of it is in today's news.
Smokewagon, I did exactly the same thing years ago, on a project. And you know what? I'm gonna do it again!The last book I read, and I know this ain't politically correct, was The Holy Bible a few years ago. Yeah, me. Cover to cover. I probably should read that one again too! :thumb:
I read all three too, as they arrived on the market. Larssen might not know about firearms, but he sure had a passion for Ikea.I just finished the Stieg Larssen trilogy. I don't read much fiction but I did all three in two weeks. Lengthy but interesting reads. Larssen knew 'zero' about firearms. Zilch.
Interesting how Sweden has strict gun control and double the U. S. murder rates.
Be sure and read 'em in sequence. Tattoo, Fire, and Hornet's Nest.