Good Books to Read

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  1. TOWG

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    I do not know if many of you enjoy reading but posting at Caste-football proves you do have the skill whether are not you have the inclination. I just finished a excellent Kindle book by a independent Writer named Christopher Nuttall. The book which may only be available in kindle version ( a lot of independent novelist limit themselves to e-book publications ) is premised on a a starving Bio-warfare Researcher of the former Soviet Union selling a culture of a modified small pox virus to a not terribly same Saudi Prince who then deploys it against the U. S. Mr. Nuttall is from Scotland and currently resides on the island of Borneo but his portrayal of American characters right down to regional mannerisms is uncanny. He also puts fothr a very real an non-politically correct portrayal of certain ethnic minorities as well as depictions of immigrant behavior in such places and Britain and France. The title of this Novel is "Cowards Way of War" in addition to being pretty good adventure style Science Fiction it was also refreshingly honest in its' portrayals of Negroes, Arabs, Northern liberal politicians and regular Joe's and Jane's. I would recommend this novel to anyone. Could any of you recommend your favorite novels or even non-fiction particularly those with a Caucasian survival slant .

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  2. joegoofinoff

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    TOWG - Sir, I don't read novels for the most part, but my wife has a kindle and I passed it on to her.

    As far as recomending a book. I would advise anything by Eric Hoffer ( a longshoreman, his take on things is right on - it's very hard to trick hands on working men). His most famous book is "The True Believer." He comes right out and says what he means right up front and you don't have to wonder at what his meaning.


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  3. celticdb15

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    Currently reading "A Rebel War Clerks Diary" by John B. Jones . Find it fascinating so far reading the 1st hand accounts from a Southerners perspective. Some things I found interesting:

    1. The number of Northern men that were appointed high ranking positions within the confederacy.

    2. His attitude towards Jews. Frequently refers to them as "Extortionists " and "profiters of war".

    3. The network of spies both sides employed. Mr. Benjamin a Jew and Secretary of War for the South seemed to have been a double agent for the North. Thrashen alluded to this crook in another recent thread.

    4. The fighting prowess of the Southern White man. Every battle they were outnumbered but for the 1st 3 years of the War they bloodied the Yankees back.
     
  4. La France Blanche

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    Le Camp des Saints (The Camp of the Saints) by Jean Raspail should be at the top of any list like this. The original "European apocalypse" novel.

    Hold Back This Day by Ward Kendall. Similar to the above, but with a more worldwide focus, plus a little sci-fi.

    The Northwest Quintet by Harold Covington. While I don't share Mr. Covington's National Socialist views, he explores the idea of founding a White nation in the Pacific Northwest in great detail, and brings up issues rarely mentioned by other nationalists (for example, having to build an entire economy basically from scratch). The characters are well-written and easy to identify with, and the action scenes are exciting and for the most part realistic.
     
  5. Extra Point

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    I recommend books by Zane Grey and Ernest Haycox. They're western genre books.

    I also recommend books by Mickey Spillane and Erle Stanley Gardner.

    Spillane wrote crime / detective novels. Mike Hammer is his best known character.

    Gardner wrote the Perry Mason novels. He started writing these books in the 1930s. He wrote over 80 of them and is one of the best selling writers in history. The TV show was based on the Perry Mason novels. In the books Perry Mason is a combination of a lawyer and a detective.

    Good stuff.
     
  6. La France Blanche

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    For "regular" stories, Apollo 13 (both the book and the movie) beats The Martian (both the book and the movie) by a light-year. The former is a true story of survival in space, with an accurate representation, book and movie alike, of who the heroes were (all White men), while the latter is a poor, politically correct imitation with a "diverse" cast of astronauts, not one but two magical tech-nerd negroes who save the day, and blatant pro-Chinese Communist propaganda.
     
  7. DixieDestroyer

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    The Turner Diaries by the late, great Dr.William Pierce. ;)
     
  8. Extra Point

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    This same book was recommended by Tom Iron in another thread. With two recommendati0ns it must be a worthwhile book to read.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_True_Believer
     
  9. booth

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    I recommend The Constitution Made Easy, by Michael Holler to ever one. One more is Dixie Betrayed, by David J. Eicher.
     

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