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^^ +1

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Reading now: 

 

The one before

 

The one before that

 

 

All 3 are very good series.....


Edited by Saraguie - 10/25/13 at 8:22pm
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Half way, this is part 3- of 4 pfff:blink: 

 

Unbelievable job by mr. De La Grange


Edited by Quinto - 10/26/13 at 5:05am
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Half way, this is part 3- of 4 pfff:blink:  

Unbelievable job by mr. De La Grange

Good choice!
Mahler is "The Man"!
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I don't usually read books but this one is relaxing to read. It is also released as a DVD "gone with the woman", but I think it got pretty bad ratings, going to see it later.

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Good choice!
Mahler is "The Man"!


Indeed he is :beerchug:

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Im re reading one of my favorite books.  Cormac McCarthy -  Suttree  

 

Quote:
 Dear friend now in the dusty clockless hours of the town when the streets lie black and steaming in the wake of the watertrucks and now when the drunk and the homeless have washed up in the lee of walls in alleys or abandoned lots and cats go forth highshouldered and lean in the grim perimeters about, now in these sootblacked brick or cobbled corridors where lightwire shadows make a gothic harp of cellar doors no soul shall walk save you.

 

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I started this today and am just about finished. Philip Roth is without a doubt one of the greatest writers alive. It was so satisfying to see him win the international booker prize. This book is a whooper. One of the best i have read this year. 

 

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Im re reading one of my favorite books.  Cormac McCarthy -  Suttree  

 

 

Autobiographical about his hometown and my hometown. Reading through this novel is like visiting every corner of town. Dark and strange, an amazing author. 

 

FYI home of James Agee, Alex Haley, Quintin Tarantino, Chet Atkins and of course Johnny Knoxville. 

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Autobiographical about his hometown and my hometown. Reading through this novel is like visiting every corner of town. Dark and strange, an amazing author. 

 

FYI home of James Agee, Alex Haley, Quintin Tarantino, Chet Atkins and of course Johnny Knoxville. 

are you just reading it now or have you read it before?

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are you just reading it now or have you read it before?

Read before, several of his I have yet to read including "The Road," which is sitting on my shelf, and about ready to read now.

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Read before, several of his I have yet to read including "The Road," which is sitting on my shelf, and about ready to read now.


+10 The Road, I really enjoyed that one!

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Right now I'm reading this:

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