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Poll Question: Who’s your favorite author
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    Posted: 27 July 2004 at 6:57pm
My faorite author is Tom Clancy lets see what kind of literature everyone reads
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Tolkein and Clancy trock!
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orwell is good yeah...and so is o'brian...not sure if i spelled that right
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Carl Hiaasen is the best.

www.CarlHiaasen.com

Sarcastic, Synical, Dirty, Dark humor mixed with murder and adventure.....

 

Personally, Clancy bores me. The only books of his I ever liked were Without Remorse , or Clear and Present Danger.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 July 2004 at 7:09pm

Adam Smith.

 

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lol... books
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 July 2004 at 7:29pm
michael cricton(spelling?). he wrote timeline and congo and stuff like that.

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Originally posted by bravecoward bravecoward wrote:

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Paulsens books are all the same..........

I built a house today because my boat wrecked.  But luckily I had stored a lighter and a razorblade in my sock like any boyscout should.........

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they might be the same but they are still good.
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