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  • Fiction

    23 74.19%
  • Non-Fiction

    5 16.13%
  • Other

    3 9.68%
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Star Wars fiction: Brian Daley - Han Solo at Stars' End Timothy Zahn - Heir of the Empire Timothy Zahn - Dark Force Rising Timothy Zahn - The Last Command ...
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    Star Wars fiction:
    Brian Daley - Han Solo at Stars' End
    Timothy Zahn - Heir of the Empire
    Timothy Zahn - Dark Force Rising
    Timothy Zahn - The Last Command

    Other fiction:
    Lothar-GŁnther Buchheim - Das Boot
    James Clavell - Shogun
    J.R.R. Tolkien - Lord of the Rings Trilogy
    Almost all Sherlock Holmes stories
    And anything on time-travel

    Non-fiction:
    Anything about the Titanic and space travel

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    Man I forgot CLavell, I used to love reading him...Bobba, have you read King Rat?
    Operating System: GNU Emacs

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    Quote Originally Posted by genesus
    Man I forgot CLavell, I used to love reading him...Bobba, have you read King Rat?
    No.. haven't come around to it

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    the godfather
    by mario puzo
    Portability is for people who cannot programme

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa's little helper
    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe

    Wrox Unix Programming
    Is there a typo here ? I couldn't find it on Amazon.
    Nope.
    Ma homeboy is Jesus himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa's little helper
    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe

    Wrox Unix Programming
    Is there a typo here ? I couldn't find it on Amazon.
    Sorry, that was Wrox "Linux Programming". There's a "Beginner" and "Professional" version.
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    Hehe, I thought he meant publisher.
    Ma homeboy is Jesus himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeMonster
    Hehe, I thought he meant publisher.
    Haha. Oh yeah. WROX was correct.
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