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Cute little kind of poorly written book of stories from the Dakotas, entitled:

Some Awfully Tame But Kinda funny stories about early Dakota Ladies of the Evening

Not my usual fare, but a quick chuckle of a read.

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I am trudging through the 2nd book of 50 shades. I do not think I will read the 3rd book. The one I am enjoying however is History of the Wife. That is an interesting read.


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Cool, thanks, I guess I better get on with it then...!

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Yep, last one.

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2try - is that really the last book? I didn't know that Robert Jordan's successor had finished the series. I have been planning on re-reading the books (I stopped after about 7, it was taking too long for each book to come out...), but wanted to wait until it was totally complete.

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Just Finished Memory of Light, last book in Wheel of Time Series, I have been reading that series since high school.. over 20 years!

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jandscincy, I would highly recommend Underground: The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese Psyche by Haruki Murakami.

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I really enjoyed it, too. It is part gripping story, part science study, part sociological/cultural study. I would love suggestions of other similar non-fiction.

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Wow, Cayne, I have that on my list to read. When I had my mammogram last year the technician was telling me about it, she was very animated about it and it sounds like a great book.

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Go pick up a book silly! ;)

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