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“I’m reading ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,’ by J.K. Rowling.”

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Nothing is Too Good to Be True,” by John Randolph Price. The best way to describe it is that it brings together all the ancient knowledge on living fully from who you really are.”

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Old Masters and Young Geniuses,’ by David Galenson. It places different artists into those two categories.”

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Beyond Good and Evil,’ by Friedrich Nietzsche. It tells you about all of his different philosophies in different situations.”

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Night Shift,’ by Stephen King. It’s a collection of some of his short stories.”

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The Memory Keeper’s Daughter,’ by Kim Edwards. It’s about a doctor who tells his nurse to take one of his newborn twin daughters to an institution because she is a ‘Mongoloid’ child. The nurse can’t bring herself to do it and ends up raising the child.”


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