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For those of you having trouble keeping up with Harper Lee's torrential output: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-31118355

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Reading three simultaneously...they're good, but I can only read a chapter at a time in each one...


Edited by DLeeWebb - 2/9/15 at 5:34am
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I almost hate to finish this series as decent SciFi is so hard to come by these days.

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...still reading the books above, but only little by little...I've never been reading four books at the same time...

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I've just finished Mansour Bahrami's autobiography, 'The Court Jester'. It's pretty entertaining stuff, and contains quite a few anecdotes about fellow Tennis stars that might be considered indiscreet, to say the least. A very colourful life and career. If you don't know who he is, this video might give you an idea...

 

 

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The power of habit by charles duhigg. Just started, and so far its really good.

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Book?
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"A Path Appears

 

Transforming Lives,

Creating Opportunity"

             

             by

 Nick Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn

 

 

just awesome.

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Edited by Saraguie - 2/14/15 at 9:10pm
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If you are a fan of Kerr's previous stuff this one may not be for you. This is definitely not up to his usual standard. It comes across as perhaps a cathartic endevour of  the author's to reconcile his childhood religion with a mid - late - life crisis of some kind. Slow and sloppy in the beginning, it moves into a realm at the halfway point that is entirely reminiscent of Peter Straub.

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I really loved this read!

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Got this a few days ago.  Already it's helping me find some great albums I never knew existed...

 

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Not a book I would have enjoyed when I was a young man but at this point in my life it's become relevant.


Edited by Old Groucho - 2/23/15 at 7:41pm
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The Hanged Man's Song - John Sandford.

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