Nexus Book Club Discussions (132)

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eReaders?

I love reading a good book unfortunately I don't have the money for the library I would love to have. Contemporary books are easy I order o…

Started by Noh Name

10 Jan 22, 2011
Reply by Noh Name

Please, pretty please, buy my book on whether free will exists. or not.

Hey there fellow peops, I have just had my book become available in the US and UK on Amazon, amongst others, and really need support in ge…

Started by Johnny P

3 Jan 21, 2011
Reply by Giga Gnome

What are you reading at the moment?

The title says it all - tell us which book(s) you're currently reading, and what you think so far.

Started by Calla

219 Jan 20, 2011
Reply by Giga Gnome

My recently published book

Recommending (shamelessly and proudly) my beautifully illustrated collection of poetic narratives, musical fictions, poems and fusions.  Th…

Started by Carol Novack

1 Jan 5, 2011
Reply by Joseph P

Buried Alive: The Terrifying History of Our Most Primal Fear, by Jan Bondeson

I read this quite a few years ago. It was a very interesting book, and if I remember correctly, fairly well written too. My only complaint…

Started by A Former Member

0 Dec 26, 2010

The Book of Dave

A novel by Will Self. The story of how the psychotic ramblings of a London cabbie become the basis of a new religion, Daveinanity, in a cha…

Started by Ian Mason

2 Dec 23, 2010
Reply by Howard Thomas

The Infernova: An Atheist Epic Poem

"What an impressive book! The verse is wonderful." -- Michael Martin, author of The Impossibility Of God and Atheism: A Philosophical Justi…

Started by S.A. Alenthony

7 Dec 11, 2010
Reply by Keith Brian Johnson

The Trouble with Testosterone, and Other Essays on the Biology of the Human Predicament, by Robert M. Sapolsky

  The Trouble with Testosterone, and Other Essays on the Biology of the Human Predicament, by Robert M. Sapolsky Well, like I always seem…

Started by A Former Member

1 Nov 28, 2010
Reply by Joseph P

How about a real book club

Do we have a book discussion group here? Or am I missing something?  You know like a real book club where there are books to be read and th…

Started by LeeLah

13 Nov 28, 2010
Reply by Gary Berg-Cross

Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations, by David. R. Montgomery

Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations, by David. R. Montgomery I’ll have to give both a thumbs up and a thumbs down to this book. It sounds…

Started by A Former Member

0 Nov 20, 2010

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