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Old 12-20-2012, 02:47 AM   #1
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If you had no TV and no internet for 3 days....

What book would you read?

This is me. I'm moving. I'm going to be cut off from the whole wide world () for about 3 days. I want something both mesmerizing and time consuming....

What do ya'll think?
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Old 12-20-2012, 02:59 AM   #2
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Ah, bliss! I'd read Benjamin Franklin by Carl Van Doren. It's a lengthy tome. Van Doren's words are deep and profound, and this is the only book I've ever read that forced me read slowly.

Good luck with your move and enjoy the time!
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... maybe you could print out a lot of threads from AW that you haven't read and read them.
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Ah, bliss! I'd read Benjamin Franklin by Carl Van Doren. It's a lengthy tome. Van Doren's words are deep and profound, and this is the only book I've ever read that forced me read slowly.

Good luck with your move and enjoy the time!
Thank you Snowstorm! I will download a sample and check it out.

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That's actually pretty brilliant! And they'd be from P&CE, too. I'm going to be lost without P&CE for 3 days. Maybe it would stave off the withdrawal symptons...

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I'd just take the next 3 or 4 books from the lengthy stack of 'to read' I have in the corner of a bookcase. I probably wouldn't get through them all, but better to have too many than too few.
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I'd just take the next 3 or 4 books from the lengthy stack of 'to read' I have in the corner of a bookcase. I probably wouldn't get through them all, but better to have too many than too few.
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Old 12-20-2012, 09:59 PM   #7
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Hmmm...I'd reread Gone with the Wind, oh, and Kate Morton's books are so beautifully written. I'm not sure which one I'd reread. I'd probably read the one I haven't read yet The Secret Keeper. And then I'd need a good thriller to mix things up. Maybe Gone Girl. Excellent. Except I didn't read it all that long ago. Maybe the other book by the same author I haven't yet read.
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Old 12-20-2012, 10:46 PM   #8
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Probably one of those long ones sitting on my shelf that I've been kind of afraid of. Gravity's Rainbow or Infinite Jest. Maybe War and Peace.
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Old 12-20-2012, 11:22 PM   #9
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Really, I'm constantly reading anyway. Most of my online time is while at work. When I get home, even when the TV is on in the background, I have a book on my lap. So, if I were to go 3 days without TV or internet, not much would really change.
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Old 12-20-2012, 11:32 PM   #10
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I have a load of books on my TBR pile, but I'd probably reach for one of my doorstop comfort reads. Maybe reread C.S. Friedman's Coldfire Trilogy, or King's Needful Things or Tommyknockers.
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For fiction, I'll say The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe. Just finished reading it a couple weeks ago, and it really blew me away.

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Classic Fiction: The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas

Modern Fiction (defined as author still living): The Water-Method Man, John Irving

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Tough call. As I have a Nook and hundreds of books loaded up on it already...

...I'd have nothing to read because not one of the hundreds would appeal to me when I'm stuck with nothing to do.

When I have plenty to do? OMG I can't wait to get to them.

...well that was no help.

I'm partial to omnibusses...omnibusi...omni...collections. I like novel and short story collections.

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My current reading pile is War of the Worlds (H.G. Wells), The Sorceress (Michael Scott), Lamb (Christopher Moore, I think?), My Husband Betty (the author escapes me... It is 5am in the dark on a Saturday) and something else I can't remember atm.

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Can I add no husband and kids for three days? And even more important: no phone?? No interruptions? It that... possible?
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So this is where you've been! What did you read?

I decided on Outlander, and I'm still reading it (see below).

I also downloaded The Count of Monte Cristo, because it was 99 cents!!!

I also downloaded a sample of Bonfire of the Vanities, so it's on my TBR list.

And then, the weirdest thing happened.....

I opened up Microsoft Word one morning, and started revising the plot of my WIP!



Wonders never cease. If I'd made it a goal to revise my WIP, it would never have happened, of course.

Loving my reads, thanks everyone!!!
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Can I add no husband and kids for three days? And even more important: no phone?? No interruptions? It that... possible?

Oooh, I love this, it's a great addition.
I dont have one of those 'Hubby' things, but most people complaine about their's, so perhaps it's a good that I dont. I do however have the kids, I got 2 of 'em.

I'd read my go-to series. If I dont have anything planned, or I'm not in hte fram of mind to start something new, I read JR Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood series.
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Well, if it were me being cut off from the internet for 3 days (I don't have a TV), I would try to get through the whole of John Galt's speech.

"Try" being the operative word, because I have attempted to do this before and failed. Sometimes I suspect the speech is the literary counterpart of one of H. P. Lovecraft's Old Ones, something that mortal minds can simply not grasp, at least not in one sitting.
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