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Finished "Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal," Jeannette Winterson. Had a few good passages, but wish it would've been less preachy and name-dropping. Thought it would appeal to me b/c she is adopted into a very religious, rigid family, but it wasn't as good as it let on to be.

Drown, by Junot Diaz, on the other hand, was excellent. ten stories interwoven and set in the DR. He's a unique and interesting and honest, raw, writer.

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nik......id rather try the brail method

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I'm reading Mrs. Cincy's left breast, thanks for providing the glasses for a better view.

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I'm kinda bouncing between two at once: 'Haunted' from Palahniuk and re-reading World War Z because the trailer for its' movie adaptation looks so atrocious.

She's reading some romance novel slop about fairies and elves I think. Don't tell her I said that.

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I'm deeply into the ASME B31.1.

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"The Origin of Feces: What Excrement Tells Us About Evolution, Ecology, and a Sustainable Society [Paperback] David Waltner-Toews"

Does the Boinkster have a nom de plume?

I just finished The Madman's Daughter by Megan Shepherd. It is young adult (don't judge) and a quick gothic mystery read.

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Happy Endings by Mimi Deidrich

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This one sounds like a winner:

The Origin of Feces: What Excrement Tells Us About Evolution, Ecology, and a Sustainable Society [Paperback] David Waltner-Toews

An entertaining and enlightening exploration of why waste matters, this cultural history explores an often ignored subject matter and makes a compelling argument for a deeper understanding of human and animal waste. Approaching the subject from a variety of perspectives—evolutionary, ecological, and cultural—this examination shows how integral excrement is to biodiversity, agriculture, public health, food production and distribution, and global ecosystems. From primordial ooze, dung beetles, bug frass, cat scats, and flush toilets to global trade, pandemics, and energy, this is the awesome, troubled, uncensored story of feces.

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House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski

The format of this book is just plain nonsensical, and still completely in line with the story within a story within a story. The words; Creepy, frightening, and the expression "Totally Fucked-up" are all appropriate ways to discribe this book, and yet, none are quite enough to explain this to anyone who hasn't read it. Honestly, the only way to understand this book is to attempt to read it. I'm getting the most odd looks when I start turning the book sideways, upside down, holding pages together like a Mad-Magazine last page, and flipping through pages with only a single word on them. It's absolute bliss for a guy who loves things to be difficult.

I'm told the ending will make me question a great many things. I so can't wait. :)

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The second book of the Caliban's war series.

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