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Just finished Samurai by John Man. It's a book about Saigo Takamori and the Satsuma rebellion in Japan.

I'm quite learned in western knowledge and history, but I'm totally lost when it comes to eastern history, so I'm trying to correct that.
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WarlockLord: "Dracula - Prince of Many Faces" by Radu R. Florescu & Raymond T. McNally. It's a biography of the real historical Dracula (Vlad the Impaler). Pretty interesting stuff.
I have that book! Good stuff!

My girlfriend and I are reading outloud to each other currently from the newly released and redone

The Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm: The Complete First Edition

They are extremely entertaining. Told very matter of fact with practically no writing style or flavor. Put aside the renditions you've heard before and prepare for a completely new experience!
Recently finished Andy Weir's "The Martian". IMHO one of the best books I've read in months (no surprise, I read mostly technical literature:D). Read in in one try, in eight hours or so. Highly recommend, Good text, humour, a bit of geek stuff.
Finished reading this Italian edition of The Wrath of the Mummy (original title: L'Amant de la Momie), by Anthony Wylm. 2/5, I paid too much for that.
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The Grim Company, could take a while. I am a slow reader.
star trek death count.
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pimpmonkey2382.313: star trek death count.
Coloring books don't count. :D
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pimpmonkey2382.313: star trek death count.
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tinyE: Coloring books don't count. :D
lol not a coloring book :p
Books on runes from Edred Thorsson/Stephen Flowers. I am very interested in all things concerning runes and northern europe heritage/philosophy/mysticism/dogmas.
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