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Jason Mlot;1189 said:Tom Clancy's Hunt For the Red October is the only book I got all the way through during treatment. Managed to knock it out while waiting things out in bone marrow transplant housing.Lost Moon -- Jim Lovell, a book about Apollo 13, I managed to somehow use this for every book report I was assigned in middle school and have read it a couple timesEvery Man A Tiger -- Chuck Horner and Tom Clancy, regarding airpower in the first Gulf WarThe Men Who Stare At Goats -- Jon Ronson, totally hilarious, creepy and awesome book all at the same timeRoad to Baghdad -- Martin Stanton, a story about being an American military advisor held captive in Iraq during the first Gulf WarCurrently finishing up Project Azorian, which discusses CIA efforts to recover a sunken Soviet submarine during the Cold War. I guess at this point it's pretty obvious to all that I am a huge military history and aviation book fan. I really like books about subs, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Cold War and aviation, and all combinations of those subjects.
Titanium Texan;1263 said:What is this 'book' you speak of?
Kenny Kane;1288 said:Everyone needs to read Kurt Vonnegut's entire collection. That is all.
1goodbean;3490 said:Maybe someday you guys will read one of my novels. I have several I'm writing right now. I WILL be a published author, I WILL, I WILL. *phew* Confidence Reassured.