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  • #16
    Hi Kenno,

    I read the road.... I never thought of it in those terms before. I can see the road representing what you said.. and defintiely the boy.
    The old man being good I don;t really understand. I guess some of the random stuff he said was along the lines of good... and he was described as a feeble old sick person (I guess good was almost dead).

    I have mixed feelings about the book. It was very depressing and the constant theme of suicide didn;t help my mood. I also don;t like what's his name's (the author) writting style all that much.
    ~ Awesome ~

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    • #17
      I went to the library the other day, and I usually just pick an aisle, and grab a bunch of books from that aisle, if I don't have a particular author or book in mind at the time.

      Every single book I picked off the shelves, was an apocolyptic type. I didn't plan it that way, it just so happened. I take it as a sign.


      So, I just finished reading "World War Z" by Max Brooks (kenno mentioned it, it is pretty good) and right now I'm reading "Armageddon's Children" by Terry Brooks. THIS one I'm very much enjoying.

      the next book will be "Broken Angel" by Sigmund Brouwer.
      "Be Excellent to Each Other"

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      • #18
        i agree about the out of the ashes series,i read most of them when i was in high school or the military(late 80's thru early 90's)and have recently found the reprinted ones.they make for good reading when i am stuck waiting on a load.

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