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“I’m reading ‘Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim,’ by David Sedaris. It’s almost like a long autobiographical humor column.”

“I just started reading ‘1984,’ by George Orwell for the second time. It’s been many years since I read it, and it’s still one of the best books I’ve ever read. So I wanted to revisit it.”

Mere Christianity,’ by C.S. Lewis. It’s pretty much awesome. It approaches the topic of Christianity in a logic-driven, rational way. It’s about the way people behave and what the conscience really is.”

Gilead,’ by Marilynne Robinson. It’s a Pulitzer winner from 2006. It’s kind of like the memoirs of a small town preacher written for his son.”

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“The last book I read was ‘Invitation to a Beheading,’ by Vladimir Nabokov. It’s pretty abstract. It’s about conformity verses the individual.”

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