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“I’m reading ‘Return of the Children of Light,’ by Judith Bluestone Polich. It’s about understanding who we really are by exploring history, and it’s about our interconnectedness as beings of love.”

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Cracked,’ by Drew Pinsky. It’s a book about addiction. He’s an addiction specialist and the host of ‘Loveline.’ I really like his radio show, so I decided to read his book.”

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“I’m reading a book in Chinese called ‘My Name is Red,’ by Orhan Pamuk and Erdag Goknar. It’s the 2006 Nobel Prize-winning novel.”

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The Protector’s War,’ by S. M. Stirling. It’s set in the future in Oregon, and the world has been plunged back into the dark ages. The people essentially resort back to the feudal system and have to fight for survival.”


paladin 10 years, 10 months ago

"Bloodthirsty Bitches and Pious Pimps of Power: The Rise and Risks of the New Conservative Hate Culture" (Hardcover) by Gerry Spence

ms_canada 10 years, 10 months ago

Good book by Walid Shoebat called Why I Left Jihad and the title says it all. I will tell more when I finish it.

bearded_gnome 10 years, 10 months ago

MSC, I've heard that author interviewed on foxnews and on booktv, very engaging.

RI: that is a very interesting book, I will look for it, and enjoyed discussing it with you.

btw MSC, yellowrose had a recital this afternoon. it was written up in yesterday's paper Pulse "moved by the spirit" is the article title.

still reading Mediterranean: portrait of a sea, now just finished the napoleonic war.

bearded_gnome 10 years, 10 months ago

and, I'd certainly enjoy discussing the book with you, too RI.
just finished "mediterranean: ..." very good book. now on to the second to the last of john steinbeck's works "the acts of king arthur ..." almost done reading all the works of john steinbeck.

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