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    Wu-Tang Manual.. for starters.. hope i read it already duke

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    Quote Originally Posted by **tImE** View Post
    48 Laws Of Power

    this one sounds raw, what's it about.



    im not a novel guy, i like information books, so if you do to check

    The Prince- Machiavelli
    The Sun Tzu Art of War- Sun Tzu
    Things Fall Apart- Chinua Achebe(its a novel)
    And Cather and the Rye is real dope if you get it.

    but these are all common books im sure you've read at least 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tekunique View Post
    Wu-Tang Manual.. for starters
    yeah, this too
    "Da Mysteries of Chessboxin', first of all the word "mystery" means "unknown", you know, and the game of chess is like life, so in reality there is no mysteries to chess, it's just to those who don't understand life"- The GZA

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    read alexandre dumas, jules verne and charles dickens, theyre my favourites

    pride and prejudice
    don quixote
    crime and punishment
    david copperfield
    treasure island
    journey to the centre of the earth
    thirty thousand leagues under the sea
    around the world in 80 days
    rob roy
    the count of monte cristo

    all classics and should be read
    Bushido is realised in the presence of death.
    This means choosing death whenever there is a choice between life and death.
    There is no other reasoning.

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    anything by 'Mark Brandon Reed' (chopper)




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    american psycho



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    Monster - Author Sanyika Shakur



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    A letter to a Christian Nation by Sam someone cant rememeber but it will take you about 2 hours and its RIVETTING i say rivetting

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    Shit, reading "Master and Margarita" now by Mikhail Bulgakov.

    Russian translated to english, it's done well, but I swear he made words up for this book

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    Boom.

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    The Turning Point by Fritjof Capra is a must-read...

    i'm readin a bunch of Joseph Campbell books right now like Myths of Light, Thou Art That, and his journals from his trips to Asia....if you wanna check out Campbell i highly recommend Inner Reaches of Outer Space, incredibly deep stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgan View Post
    A letter to a Christian Nation by Sam someone cant rememeber but it will take you about 2 hours and its RIVETTING i say rivetting
    Sam Harris. Great book. 100 pages, get it at the library, disproves a lot of lies the media feeds people.

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    a book called "Autism and Creativity" among other things.

    its all about links between the two, and has case studies of various historical (recent or not) figures. it a pretty light but interesting read.



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