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Old 08-11-2010, 08:03 PM   #1
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Anyone know good books to read that someone who likes video games would like.

More ZOMBIES, not so much anime, action packed of goodies, and of course not the dictionary.

I need some books to read, something actually interesting. You know?

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It's not a zombie book but I'd recommend "Ghosts of Ascalon" by Matt Forbeck. I read it at the weekend and it was reasonably good. A must for any Guild Wars fan.
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World War Z a must for those who like, or don't like, zombies.
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too many book you can read, such as world war and one big tree and so on
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it's kinda pop, but Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is quite good.
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Anyone know good books to read that someone who likes video games would like.

More ZOMBIES, not so much anime, action packed of goodies, and of course not the dictionary.

I need some books to read, something actually interesting. You know?
Try reading Dan Brown's Deception Point. It might even inspire you to create a game
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Old 10-05-2011, 02:57 PM   #7
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You can consider me an "oldie" but I like the Harry Potter books. I do not think it is juvenile at all.

The fight between good and evil is never-ending and has always been the theme for a lot of games.
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