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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Boats, Dec 31, 2002.

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  1. Boats

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    The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, you may also enjoy. . .
     
  2. Triad

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    Anything else by Heinlein.:confused:
     
  3. Rangerover

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    Uhhhh...I always thought "The Number Of The Beast" was a good one... :uhoh:
     
  4. GregoryTech

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    Hey!

    Hi Boats,

    Good to see ya!
     
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    What ??:confused:

    Is there going to be a picture to follow .. :D
     
  6. El Tejon

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    . . . other books with talking computers?:confused:
     
  7. Boats

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    C'mon! I am going to the bookstore this weekend, gimme some suggestions.
     
  8. Boats

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    The "Newlywed?"

    Are you the "newlywed" from mm.com?
     
  9. GregoryTech

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    The one and only.

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    If you like good Sci-Fi, "The Boat Of A Million Years" by Poul Anderson really, er, "blew me away" (feeble attempt to make it firearms related). :rolleyes:
     
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    Boats,

    Your thread sounded like YOU were going to add something to it, another book that you enjoyed perhaps,that may be why you got the "what?" replies..:)
     
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    F Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State is similar to TMIAHM, and an excellent book in its own right (makes me want to search Amazon.com for the Book of Kyfho ;)).

    L. Neil Smith's books are also very good and libertarian/anarachist themed, although I don't think any use a political revolution as a primary plot.

    Don L. Tiggre's novel Y2K: The Millenium Bug is along the same political lines, though not as polished as Smith or Wilson (it was his first novel).

    John Ross' Unintended Consequences is a great read, despite needing a better editor. Definitely look for that one.

    Boston T. Party is working on a novel along the lines of Y2K and U.C., but it's not out yet. The working title is Molon Labe :cool: . Hopefully it'll come out in the next few months.
     
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