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"The Things They Carried", an amazing book of short stories about what fellow veterans go through and remember. I'm not from the Vietnam era, but knowing some of these men and women today...the baggage isn't much different.

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BONK The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex

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LOL... I am reading my cable bill. Unbelievable..... I have no words. Just ...Wow !

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Great book/story Nic. I started it, but work's gotten in the way.

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Unbroken ~ Laura Hillenbrand

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Gina - I thought for sure I HAD read Brave New World as a high school assignment, but it turns out I didn't; I must've confused it with 1984.

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Thanks for the review, Sed. I thought of you when I purchased it, actually, and wondered if you had heard of it. It's a good read so far.

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I just finished both of Anne Rice's two newest The Wolf Gift and New Tales of the Vampires. Both great books. I am into fantasy and science fiction. Mr. F

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*The People of Forever Are Not Afraid*

Gina, keep reading :). I read the book, I loved it. Perhaps because I see myself in Avishag, in many many ways. Perhaps even because it's close to home so to speak. I read a lot on the topic as you know, but this one was quite memorable, and very very enjoyable.

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Gina, I'll usually stay with a book I don't like much for 50 pages or so before abandoning it but will persevere if it's one that my bookgroup is reading, just so I can discuss it.

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