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Topic: TC Intermittent Book Club #???
+Anti !M6R0eWkIpk — 6 days ago #46,901
This might be a bit late for the
months quarterly semiannual annual
intermittent book club, but here it is.
"Church and State. No longer shall the devout draw any such distinction. Henceforth and forevermore, be it known: The Church is the State" -- The New Republican Testament, 5th Ed.
Club #???'s reading is The Acolyte
by Nick Cutter (aka Craig Davidson.)
Jonah Murtag is an Acolyte on the New Bethlehem police force. His job: eradicate all heretical religious faiths, their practitioners, and artifacts. Murtag's got problems - one of his partners is a zealot, and he's in love with the other one. Trouble at work, trouble at home. Murtag realizes that you can rob a citizenry of almost anything, but you can't take away its faith. When a string of bombings paralyzes the city, religious fanatics are initially suspected, but startling clues point to a far more ominous perpetrator. If Murtag doesn't get things sorted out, the Divine Council will dispatch The Quints, aka: Heaven's Own Bagmen. The clock is ticking towards doomsday for the Chosen of New Bethlehem. And Jonah Murtag's got another problem. The biggest and most worrisome... Jonah isn't a believer anymore.
Give it a shot. Actually give everything under the name Nick Cutter a shot.
The Complex by Brian Keene
+Anonymous B — 6 days ago, 23 minutes later[T] [B] #509,143
Currently reading The Mind at Night non fic. By andrea rock. Will update in 2-3 days..
Will try the acolyte by next week.
+Anonymous C — 6 days ago, 1 minute later, 24 minutes after the original post[T] [B] #509,144
> The Acolyte by Nick Cutter (aka Craig Davidson.)
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+Anonymous D — 6 days ago, 3 hours later, 3 hours after the original post[T] [B] #509,150
You read one book a week?
+Anonymous E — 6 days ago, 30 minutes later, 4 hours after the original post[T] [B] #509,157
there was this kid in my neighborhood once who was involved in a 'readathon' where people pledged money for every book the participants read in the allotted time period...I think it was a week..
the kid read about a dozen dr Seuss books and I had to pay him like twenty dollars..
+FuckAlms !vX8K53rFBI — 6 days ago, 2 hours later, 7 hours after the original post[T] [B] #509,165
He read 12 Dr. Seuss books in a week? Kid sounds like a slacker.
(Edited 10 seconds later.)
·Anonymous B — 6 days ago, 1 hour later, 9 hours after the original post[T] [B] #509,171
> You read one book a week?
Not really. Im halfway in the aforemebtioned book "mind at night". Usually read read 2-3 book at a time.
Sometimes its never finished. But fuck it eh.
+Bat Nugget is !GrateABlug — 6 days ago, 1 hour later, 10 hours after the original post[T] [B] #509,173
@509,165 (FuckAlms !vX8K53rFBI)
I think it is.
·Anonymous A (OP) — 5 days ago, 21 hours later, 1 day after the original post[T] [B] #509,239
If you like dystopian fiction you'll probably dig it tinycomrades. Few things are more horrifying than a non-Satanic theocracy.
Dr. Seuss isn't even a real doctor!
+Anonymous H — 1 day ago, 4 days later, 5 days after the original post[T] [B] #509,653
Hello, I'm the guy from the $10 dollar gift card. I bought Gray's anatomy and the art of war.
I dunno WTF i was thinking bout buying a medical book. Art of war has been decent so far.