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My Secret History,’ by Paul Theroux. It’s basically about a guy who goes to Africa to explore, immerse himself in the culture and have some personal conquests on the side.”

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“I just finished ‘Wicked,’ by Gregory Maguire. I liked it a lot. The story is just familiar enough from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ to try and make connections, but everything is bent about 90 degrees off base.”

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Eat, Pray, Love,’ by Elizabeth Gilbert. It’s about this girl’s journey to find herself. She is really depressed and lonely, so she decides to do some traveling and soul searching.”

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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell,’ by Tucker Max. It’s about his delinquent ways when he was younger and his maturation into what he is now - if you can call it a maturation.”

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Hope’s Edge,’ by Frances Moore Lappe and Anna Lappe. It’s about the way our industrial culture is disorganized and what we need to do in order to fix it.”


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