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Mobius89 Dec 24 2010, 6:43am says:

Finished "I piĆ¹ grandi eventi meteorologici della Storia" by Paolo Corazzon (I doubt this book's been translated into English, though, so ignore it) and started "LCSI: Morte sulla Luna" by Steven Harper (original name of the book: "Dead Man on the Moon"). It's rather fluid, I like it.

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Mobius89 Dec 29 2010, 7:16pm replied:

Done. As I said it's rather fluid and interesting, without too much sci-fi and descriptions on it.

It's rather disturbing, however, how the book... ends. Well, in theory it ends, but in really it's almost as if there's one less chapter there. What happens to all protagonists, even in the short term? Who knows.

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bloodstalker Dec 31 2010, 11:57am replied:

disturbing as in u cant eat or disturbing as in having a crappy ending?

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bloodstalker Dec 8 2010, 11:09pm says:

ok here's another one :
"do androids dream of electric sheep?" by philip k ****.
in a post-apocalyptic world, the story revolves around a bounty hunter who works for the police and retires(kills) the androids that have killed their masters and escape to earth from mars.during his latest assignment however,he must faces other problems such as moral issues in killing androids and etc. ....
its a short story and its quite good.also the plot has some twists and turns.a good way to spend a couple of hours if u have some free time.

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Mobius89 Dec 24 2010, 1:13pm replied:

Sounds interesting... one question: what are the moral issues in killing androids?

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bloodstalker Dec 24 2010, 9:55pm replied:

they seem to have feelings.the char has this issue that he is not sure where androids end and humans begin.u get the point right?

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Mobius89 Dec 25 2010, 6:04am replied:

Yes, I do, but that seems a bit forced IMHO.

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bloodstalker Nov 20 2010, 1:45am says:

oh yeah.ive been VERY busy recently so i havent read anything new either.
man working and studying together sucks big time.i mean before, when people complained about this i was like :"shut up wimps.if u cant take it kill urselves.besides its not that hard".now i truly sympathize with them.
(supposed to be a reply,screwed up again)

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bloodstalker Nov 9 2010, 3:35pm says:

noone has read anything new?

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Mularac Nov 19 2010, 9:49pm replied:

exams :P

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