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Books completed in 2012:
The Day After the Dollar Crashes by Damon Vickers
Suicide of a Superpower by Patrick Buchanan
The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel
Beastly Things by Donna Leon
In Obscura by Kay Reindl
World War Z - Brooks
The Charisma Myth - Cabane
Deadline - Mira Grant

Currently reading:


Books on reading pile:
Sinister Forces by Peter Levenda (50%)
Biography of Abraham Lincoln (10%)
Remember Who You Are - Icke (5%)
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Completed
Daniel by Clarence Larkin
The Machine by Joe Posnanski
re-reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Drawing Conclusions by Donna Leon
The Shape of Water by A. Camilleri [An Inspector Montalbano Mystery]
The Terra-Cotta Dog by A. Camilleri [An Inspector Montalbano Mystery]
The Snack Thief by A. Camilleri [An Inspector Montalbano Mystery]
War on the Saints by Jessie Penn-Lewis  
Forbidden Gates by Thomas & Nita Horn


Sitting on the table for reading but haven't been touched in awhile
Decision Points by George W. Bush (10% completed)
The Philosophy Book by DK Publishing (20% completed)

Sinister Forces by Peter Levenda (60% completed)
The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship by PD Collins & PD Collins (25% completed)


Currently Reading


On deck
Night Fall by DeMille recommended by Loretta
A Thousand Gifts by Voskamp recommended by gracedlace
The Book of the Damned by Charles Fort
God's Secretaries by Adam Nicolson
Abraham Lincoln by Benjamin Thomas
reread 1984 by George Orwell recommended by gavluvsga

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Completed
Daniel by Clarence Larkin
The Machine by Joe Posnanski
re-reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Drawing Conclusions by Donna Leon
The Shape of Water by A. Camilleri [An Inspector Montalbano Mystery]
The Terra-Cotta Dog by A. Camilleri [An Inspector Montalbano Mystery]
The Snack Thief by A. Camilleri [An Inspector Montalbano Mystery]
War on the Saints by Jessie Penn-Lewis  
Forbidden Gates by Thomas & Nita Horn


Sitting on the table for reading but haven't been touched in awhile
Decision Points by George W. Bush (10% completed)
The Philosophy Book by DK Publishing (20% completed)

Sinister Forces by Peter Levenda (60% completed)
The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship by PD Collins & PD Collins (25% completed)


Currently Reading


On deck
Night Fall by DeMille recommended by Loretta
A Thousand Gifts by Voskamp recommended by gracedlace
The Book of the Damned by Charles Fort
God's Secretaries by Adam Nicolson
Abraham Lincoln by Benjamin Thomas
reread 1984 by George Orwell recommended by gavluvsga

icubud: (books [sigh])
List three books that have changed your life:

1. Bible (read most of it)
2. Common Nonsense by Andy Rooney: I don't remember why I purchased this book when it first came out but I read the whole thing and it was while reading this book that the thought that someone might care 2 cents what I thought about something occurred to me.
3. The Great Doctrines of the Bible by William Evans helped me to organize my thinking in the areas of theology and doctrine.
icubud: (books [sigh])
List three books that have changed your life:

1. Bible (read most of it)
2. Common Nonsense by Andy Rooney: I don't remember why I purchased this book when it first came out but I read the whole thing and it was while reading this book that the thought that someone might care 2 cents what I thought about something occurred to me.
3. The Great Doctrines of the Bible by William Evans helped me to organize my thinking in the areas of theology and doctrine.
icubud: (illuminati and man with hat)
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Fiction would be either Stoker's Dracula or Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. This year as my LJFs know I decided to read some of the classics.
Non-fiction would be Perfectibilists by Terry Melanson which is thorough study on the origins and history of the group known as the Illuminati. The book can be dry at times but on the whole it is a very interesting read about a group that may very well be engaged in the world's affairs still.
icubud: (illuminati and man with hat)
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Fiction would be either Stoker's Dracula or Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. This year as my LJFs know I decided to read some of the classics.
Non-fiction would be Perfectibilists by Terry Melanson which is thorough study on the origins and history of the group known as the Illuminati. The book can be dry at times but on the whole it is a very interesting read about a group that may very well be engaged in the world's affairs still.

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