Nexus Book Club


Nexus Book Club

A group for those of us who like reading and books. Fiction, non-fiction, drama, poetry... everything goes.

Members: 825
Latest Activity: Dec 3

Welcome to the Nexus Book Club!

Hello to all our new (and old) members! We'd love to hear from you; please take the time to introduce yourself either on the forum or the wall.

Feel free to discuss the books you're reading at the moment, your favorite authors or works, and so on. I'm sure everyone has a book they think others here might find interesting!

Also, don't forget to check out the page Books by A|N Members Who are Published Authors, located just under the members section on your right.

Books of Interest to Atheists and Skeptics
Breaking The Spell by Daniel Dennett
A Devil's Chaplain, by Richard Dawkins
The End of Faith, by Sam Harris
The God Delusion, by Richard Dawkins
God is Not Great, by Christopher Hitchens
Godless, by Dan Barker
Letter to a Christian Nation, by Sam Harris
Why I am not a Christian, by Bertrand Russell

Sites for Bibliotaphs
The Internet Archive
Project Gutenburg

Discussion Forum

New books on the secular life

Started by Nick Bottom. Last reply by Randall Smith Oct 23. 1 Reply

Haruki Murakami

Started by Nick Bottom. Last reply by Michael Mann Sep 7. 1 Reply


Started by Don. Last reply by Don Aug 31. 4 Replies

top 10

Started by Jeffrey. Last reply by Nick Bottom Aug 23. 17 Replies

Top 5 Books on Atheism

Started by Steph S.. Last reply by Kosak Grabovsky Dec 15, 2013. 1 Reply

The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives, by Leonard Mlodinow

Started by A Former Member. Last reply by Keith Brian Johnson Jun 16, 2013. 5 Replies

Atheism books (beyond Hitchens, Dawkins, & Harris)

Started by Dr. Thoss. Last reply by Kelli Evans Nov 24, 2012. 52 Replies

Robert Jordan "Wheel of Time" fans?

Started by Jenn Wiffen. Last reply by Joseph P Sep 10, 2012. 1 Reply

Why do they all have "happy endings"

Started by Cory D Wells. Last reply by Kosak Grabovsky Jul 24, 2012. 3 Replies

Currently Reading: American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Started by The Big Blue Frog. Last reply by Cory D Wells Jul 24, 2012. 8 Replies

Raven’s Gate, by Anthony Horowitz

Started by A Former Member May 18, 2012. 0 Replies

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Comment by Stephen Goldin on April 17, 2009 at 7:31pm
Dorothy Fontana, story editor for Star Trek, once told me that screenwriters envy prose writers for that. I can write 3 words: "The world ended." To do that on screen costs millions of dollars.

@IMAOZI: SF and fantasy readers are also welcome at the Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists group.
Comment by A Former Member on April 17, 2009 at 7:23pm
Hehe, well your imagination doesn't have a budget! If money was no object, I bet movies would be a ton better. I know a lot of movies spend millions of dollars on production, but if they could spend more, I'm sure they would. And these days, a million bucks doesn't go far.
Comment by IMAOZI on April 17, 2009 at 7:12pm
I usually read Sci-Fi but I did read The DaVinci Code and saw the movie. I was disappointed with the movie though. My imagination is always better that the directors.
Comment by A Former Member on April 17, 2009 at 6:50pm
Ewww, sorry there, IMAOZI, but I tried Dan Brown and didn't care for his writing style at all. Too academic, I thought. I didn't like the movie, The DaVinci Code either.
Comment by IMAOZI on April 17, 2009 at 6:45pm
I am reading "Angels & Demons"
Comment by A Former Member on April 13, 2009 at 4:35pm
Comment by A Former Member on April 13, 2009 at 8:39am
@Travis: TSD sounds interesting, but is it too business/economics based -- or is it for the layperson.
Comment by A Former Member on April 13, 2009 at 8:38am
@Sydni: I've been meaning to write to you about it since you're the one who recommended it. I am enjoying it, though I do miss bits and pieces of it since I'm listening to it at work for the most part. His writing style is not real dynamic, and the man who reads it does just an okay job, but the info is what is really interesting. It is very informative, and I like how he dispells the myth that primitive cultures lived in harmony and balance with the world around them. Now we know they exploited their resources just as much as we do today. He is very impressive, and the lessons are very harrowing. How can one man know so much? Have you seen the GGS DVD yet?
Comment by Travis McFarland on April 13, 2009 at 4:36am
I'm currently reading The Shock Doctrine (The Rise of Disaster Capitalism) By: Naomi Klein. This book is intense.
Comment by A Former Member on April 12, 2009 at 8:48pm
@Mack: I really like listening to books on tape, because I can do it at work. I'm listening to Jared Diamond's Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed right now.

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