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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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Just finished "A Dog's Purpose" by W. Bruce Cameron and it was a good insight and feeling if you've ever known the love of a dog.

Now reading Steven Tyler's new book :) Ackkkkkkk kkkkk kkkkowww!

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Currently reading nothing because I'm waiting to get a Kindle or something similar for my birthday. Otherwise, I would be reading the "Malazan Book of the Fallen" by Stephen Erikson. Starting with Gardens of the Moon, it is the best series since Lord of the Rings!

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Finished Beyond Armageddon and Against a Dark Background, both decent. The Madison bio is going all right - Fun, depends how you like your biographies, this one is pretty in-depth, ~700 pages, one thing I find annoying though is that the author (Ketcham) makes quite a few assumptions about what Madison might have done during particular times based on what the author thinks he knows about him - for example, he knew Madison was in Philly during a certain period of time, and the author talks about how maybe he went to see some dancing show and about how much he might have preferred it over a childhood experience he had. I could do without that sort of thing.

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