Capellini wrote: Guns, Germs and Steel?
I read it a while ago. I liked it, his overall hypothesis is remarkably coherent. And he does get around to dealing with just about every disciplin of science.
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TheArchitect wrote:I am currently reading Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy. I am only on the first book and need to get the second one (damn this college pocketbook). So far I like it. God I wish I had a Daemon, they would be so fun.
Cannon_Fodder wrote:That was required reading? DUUUUDE! All we have is "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "Lord of the Flies"! I love His Dark Materials, third one I think most people will agree is the best of 'em (it also makes a nice light snack!).
Right now I am reading "Picadilly Jim" by P.G. Wodehouse. So good, as are the rest of his... Well, I actually just really like English comedy. Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, P.G. Wodehouse, Monty Python... The list goes on and on!
Guy Grand wrote:Joseph Heller's Something Happened. Thus far, the damn thing is better than Catch-22.
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