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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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I can't listen to an audiobook. I like to read with my eyes. I even do better watching Jeopardy, if I see the question, versus listening.

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I will alternate between fiction, history and political books...keeps my attention better

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JSinclair;

History more often than not repeats itself. I beleive it is because, "Those who do not learn from history are destined to repeat it.", and no; I do not know who first said it.

As to the OP, I like to read Sci-Fi. I find it fasinating to see possible futures that come from the minds of others.

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"Seems like I'm the only dufus who is into political books :) "

Nah, you got me...

Two dufi at least...

I'm reading Among the Truthers

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Sed, try to get your terms right: we are morons, according to what I just read in another thread. If it's any consolation, I'm wearing some tidy whities, just for you. No nipple clamps; sorry.

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Leeza, based on what you said I might pass on the Madison bio for awhile.

Just starting Every Day by the Sun, by Dean Faulkner Wells. It's a memoir about her uncle, William Faulkner. Looks very good, so far.

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Hey Deb, I'm waiting years now too for the last, last book in Wheel of Time. When it comes out, I'll read them all again beginning to end; I actually stopped reading them for awhile because it was taking so long, so I have lots to look forward to when it is finally finished! Do you know the latest on when it's supposed to be out?

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