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    I am starting a new book tonight - Niagra Falls All Over Again by Elizabeth McCracken. It's been on my shelf waiting for me for weeks while I finish my xmas knitting projects. I'm also anxiously awaiting Genius Factory, which I have reserved at the library. It's a nonfiction about the Nobel Sperm Bank and it's creator. Who doesn't love a little mad genius?

    I'm supposed to be reading Sheltering Sky for my book club, but I'm suddenly uninterested. (I haven't started it yet either.)

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    In Stone's Clasp by Christie Golden. I found the first book in the series a lot more engaging.

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    The Spirit Ring by Lois McMaster Bujold

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    I am reading Breaking Trail. It's a biography about a woman montain climber. It's very interesting, I am a hiker, and have done some day summits but have never done the huge montains and I have learned quite a bit of how a team gets up a mountain.

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    Yesterday I read The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. It was bloody fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pudding
    Yesterday I read The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. It was bloody fantastic!
    I loved this book! This book felt like soul nourishment-I read it at a time in my life where I needed a big motherly hug and this book filled that need. Although I didn't like the first chapter-hard to say why since the rest of the book was so wonderful.

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    Song of Unmaking by Caitlin Brennan

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    You will probably lough, Douglas Adams Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy 1-6.
    Last edited by nikolasanastisiadis; 05-23-2020 at 08:28 AM. Reason: mistake

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    Hello guys! Recently I have finished reading Fahrenheit 451 and this is adorable. Of course, I needed to convert 100 f to c to understand the key of the book name. You know, I am in delight because it suits the novel perfectly because Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which book paper catches fire and burns.

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    https://bookkooks.com/best-charles-bukowski-books/

    I would recommend you to check that article cause charles bukowski is the best bookwriter. But best is a relative term, and his body of work is vast. If you're just getting into reading Bukowski, i would say its “Factotum”.


 
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