What is your favorite book? - Page 4

August 15th, 2004  
silent driller
I'd have to say just about every book by Tom Clancey! They're all awesome!
August 16th, 2004  
I can't decide... Marine Sharpshooter, Silent Warrior, 1984, or if we're going for informational books, U.S. Rangers by Ian Padden.
August 16th, 2004  
I can not pick a favorite book, but I can tell you my favorite Author and favorite series.

My favorite author is Harry Turtledove, he writes about alternate history, what if books. My favorite Series of his is the World War/Colonization series. In the four books of the World War series it is WWII, 1942 to be exact, the point in the world when the most hatred is flying around and when we are most seperated, then aliens invade, ok so I was not completely honest, he is an alternate history/Sci-Fi writer, basically they have a huge technological advantage, but they evolve much slower with there technology, they sent probes to Earth 800 years before they arrived, and assuming that we advanced like them they assumed they would still be facing knights in shining armor, so basically we fought them to a stand still, Germany, Russia and America are the big 3 human powers now, Japan and Britain are allowed to keep their home islands but they were not allowed to keep their empires, so basically the aliens controlled all of Africa, Mexico, South America, most of Asia, and Australia, and since they come from a hotter planet they love Australia, oh yeah, I almost forgot, ginger is like crack for them, it makes them go insane, see they have a mating season as opposed to relationships like us, and ginger gets them all horny and crap, like a pit bull when it smells a ***** nearby, it is funny to read that part.
August 22nd, 2004  

Topic: my favorite book-The Ultimate Basic Training Guidebook

The Ultimate Basic Training Guidebook. It teaches a recruit how to survive basic training
October 1st, 2004  
Enders Game and Shadow of the Hegemon by Orson Scott Card
and Ranbox 6
and band of brothers
and the Bourne Identity
and Ice station

as u can tell i forgot how to count alooong time ago when it came to fave books lol
October 18th, 2004  
Veil by Bob Woodward
October 20th, 2004  
I like "Ghost Soldiers" and "Absolutely American"
October 20th, 2004  
Duty Honor Country
the first military book I read was Red Storm Rising by Tom Clancy. Although the Cold War is over, I still love that book
October 20th, 2004  
Call me kiddish but I like the Redwall series because of the enteresting molding and shaping of words.
November 17th, 2004  
Tie between:

(about General L. B. Puller)


Undaunted Courage
(about Lewis & Clark expedition)