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The Devil in the Kitchen,’ by Marco Pierre White. It’s a memoir by the first British chef to get a Michelin star.”

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Nature Girl,’ by Carl Hiaasen. There’s a whole lot of crazy characters that are all tied together by a revenge plot on a telemarketer who interrupted dinner.”

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The Meaning and End of Religion,’ by Wilfred Cantwell Smith. It’s a book of religious theory I’m reading for a comprehensive exam for my master’s degree.”

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The Inheritance of Loss,’ by Kiran Desai. It’s a novel about people who live in the Himalayas set in the 1980s. It’s a beautiful book.”

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The Game,’ by Neil Strauss. It’s a book about various pickup artists teaching shy guys how to put themselves out there. It’s a pretty entertaining read. He’s a very good, and funny, author.”


tonythetiger 9 years, 5 months ago

"Out of the Cocoon: A Young Woman's Courageous Fight From the Grip of a Religious Cult" by Brenda Lee"The Reality of Mass Media" by Niklas LuhmannI am trying to make a study on the manipulation of how people are trained to think based on mass media images. I am taking several examples and re-applying them.

Deja Coffin 9 years, 5 months ago

Still reading Pioneer Women by Joanna L. Stratton and loving the book Fearless Fourteen by Janet Evanovich. If you want a good laugh, read her Stephanie Plum series, they are great!

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