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Chosen Prey

by John Sandford

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Group Theory in the Bedroom, and Other Mathematical Diversions

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Stephen Tyler's book is a crazy read....written just as he talks, all over the place, but mindless and entertaining just the same. The man is a pun addict.

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I read that book Good. ITS BAD! Burn it! lol

If you really loved me - true crime - my latest nitch*

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Tax codes. Reading material that is so intriguing you just can't put it down. I'm tempted to turn to the last page and see how it all turns out...

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*Facepalm*

Ira Glass.

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Deb: Isn't that the "This American Life" guy from NPR?

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PD, I'm like you in ways. I finally bought Eat, Pray, Love and couldn't get through 15 pages...my usual cut off page for crap. It was worse than trying to read a Danielle Steele book. Ugh.

I am a fan of: Augusten Burroughs, Frank McCourt, Pat Conroy, Stephen King, David Sedaris, Alice Walker, Toni Morrison, Dorothy Allison, Wally Lamb, Rick Bragg, some Maeve Binchy when I want just a nice easy read, Haven Kimmel, Mario Puzo, Alice Sebold, in younger years: Lousia May Alcott, Erich Segal, Sidney Sheldon. I like the classics and keep getting those out... Growing up, there were so many things I wasn't allowed to do, but my parents never knew what I was reading, so I read "adult" books very early on. I do enjoy John Grisham, and like his back story of how he got into writing and all the initial rejections he received. Oh, so many more...

Thomas Jefferson said it: "I cannot live without books."

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Just started The Nine by Jeffrey Toobin. Twenty pages in, I already like it a lot. Toobin seems to know his stuff.

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I have never read it. If it 9is trendy, popular, and gets alot of attention, I usually won't read it.

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