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To Kill a Mocking Bird,’ by Harper Lee. It’s such a good book, and I hadn’t read it in a while, so I decided to read it again.”

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“The ‘Ranma’ graphic novels. They’re about a guy who travels to China to train, but after falling into a spring he is transformed into a girl when he comes into contact with cold water and hot water changes him back.”

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Energy From the Vacuum,’ by Tom Bearden. It’s about a movement among a group of physicists in Switzerland to tap into what Nikola Tesla called ‘nature’s workwheel’ and to pick up where he left off in creating free energy.”

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No Shortcuts to the Top,’ by Ed Viesturs and David Roberts. It’s about climbing the world’s 14 tallest peaks.”

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Saint Germain on Alchemy.’ It’s an old French book from the 1800s, but it’s a classic. It’s about using your body’s energy to convert existing matter into usable materials.”


Fangorn 9 years, 10 months ago

I just started "The Gifts of the Jews: How a Tribe of Desert Nomads Changed the Way Everyone Thinks and Feels". I enjoyed his "How the Irish Saved Civilization" so much I decided to read some of his other books. This author is very readable for someone with such an obviously massive background knowledge of history. He's funny, too. He included a poem by an Irish monk about his cat, Pangor Ban. I highly recommend him to anyone who is interested.

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