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Darkside723

Darkside723

Joined August 2019

Trying to get some good lit in. At least 1-2 fiction and 1 nonfiction a month. Any kind will do and will suffice.
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American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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Wow.... just...wow

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American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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Same sh*t different day for Pat Bateman

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American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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Who hasn‘t been there?

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Got it as a free read. As far as thrillers go, it‘s sort of straightforward, not much of twists and turns (until the ending), but I‘d still give it an 8/10 because it‘s still an entertaining read.

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Selfish Gene (Anniversary) | Richard Dawkins
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... who would‘be known?

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The Emperor's Edge | Lindsay Buroker
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A surprisingly entertaining read. Not the most captivating or the most character deep books, but it‘s entertaining nonetheless.

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A very fun read. Hopefully I‘ll think up of something to help make a good passive income while I gain a boatload of free time or as income whenever I feel bored of my career choice and need a brake for 2-3 months

DrexEdit All the passive income ideas I've had take to much work. I'm not very good at this! 😁😁 2mo
Darkside723 @DrexEdit I‘m on the same boat. Tried getting a side job transcribing but it seems my grammar sucks. Pinterest has a bunch of other options however, maybe something will stick. 2mo
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Totally not applicable to my situation (I‘m a full time physician), but I do appreciate that if I get bored I can try this whenever I choose to get into business and merchandising.

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The 50th Law | Robert Greene, 50 Cent
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So far, a solid lesson for taking a handle on things.

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The 50th Law | Robert Greene, 50 Cent
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Haven‘t read any of R. Greene‘s other books yet. Let‘s see what we can learn from 50 about fear

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A fantastic read! Anyone who is vaguely interested in fantasy themes or just wants to get up to date with the Tolkien-verse has to keep this trilogy in their reading lists.

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The Two Towers | J. R. R. Tolkien
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My spine tingles just thinking of his fate in Shadow of War (probably not canon)

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While Boromir was B.A, Faramir was definitely the wiser between the two

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So am I to understand that there was no trollolloling on top of Orthanc?

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“The Outsider” - a beautiful excerpt if it wasn‘t from a cosmic horror story

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Probably one of the few books that are inferior to their screenplays. Personal opinion, the Netflix version pulled out my feelings of sorrow and sadness wayyy more than the book. In the end, 6/10 stars

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“Just picture yourself telling a jury that you tried to help this poor girl by giving her LSD and then taking her out to Las Vegas for one of your special Stark-naked back rubs.”
He shook his head sadly. “You‘re right. They‘d probably burn me at the goddamned stake... set me on fire right there in the dock. Shit, it doesn‘t pay to try to help somebody these days...”

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