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Visionary Business,’ by Marc Allen. He writes about creating the whatever you want, and in this book in particular it’s in reference to business. It’s written as a fictional story.”

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God Bless You, Dr. Kevorkian,’ by Kurt Vonnegut. It’s about Dr. Kevorkian helping Kurt Vonnegut have near-death experiences to interview famous figures throughout history about the modern state of things.”

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Son of a Witch,’ by Gregory Maguire, the same guy who wrote ‘Wicked.’ This is the most recent one in the series. I’ve really enjoyed all of them.”

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Galileo’s Daughter,’ by Dava Sobel. It’s kind of a historical biography about Galileo and his relationship with his daughter who was a nun.”


Katara 11 years, 6 months ago

I'm kind of reading 2 books now.

"Our Little War - the 1139th Military Police Company in Baghdad" which is written by an old acquaintance of mine. He just got it published & sent me a copy.


"Ain't Nobody's Business If You Do - the absurdity of consensual crimes in our free country" by Peter McWilliams.

Both are very interesting books.

ms_canada 11 years, 5 months ago

In the continuation of my study of Islam, I am reading Islam Unveiled by Robert Spencer. Excellent book. I am about half through the book and I sense that Spencer blames a lot of the problems of Muslims on their total reliance on the Qur'an to the exclusion of all other study. Which leaves them intellectually way back in the middle ages.

bearded_gnome 11 years, 5 months ago

in continuing my goal to read all the works of john steinbeck: "the sea of cortez: a leisurely journal ..." most interesting. early on had a discussion of the human significance of boats in our consciousness--nice!

finished "the glitter dome" trashy cop drama.

msc, there's a new book featured by Human Events: "the truth about Muhammad." summarizes what is actually known about the founder of islam.

ms_canada 11 years, 5 months ago

gnome guy - thanks for the tip on the book, I will look for it. I am on my sixth book about Islam. Fascinating subject and I find that most people that I talk to know almost nothing about it. We ought to know who are enemy is and what they are all about.

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