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“‘Eat, Pray, Love’ by Elizabeth Gilbert. It’s about her journey through Italy, India and Indonesia, and she’s just getting a divorce and she decides to travel and learn about life.”

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“‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ by Alexandre Dumas. It is about a man who was sent to jail, falsely accused, and about how he escaped and is taking revenge on the people who sent him to jail.”

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“‘A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir’ by Donald Worster. He, John Muir, was very instrumental in getting Yosemite Park as a national park”

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“‘New York’ by Edward Rutherfurd. Like James Michener, he’s covered several generations here, and it goes from New York … when Henry Hudson first landed there all the way through to 9/11.”

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“‘First Strike’ by Eric Nylund. It’s part of the Halo series. … Mankind has expanded into a bunch of worlds, and it’s come against an alien force that is constantly taking in new groups and subjugating them — like a rigid caste system — and humans don’t really get along with that.”


RoeDapple 7 years, 7 months ago

Northern Tool and Equipment's latest catalog. This time they sent the hard back edition. They must like me.

Deja Coffin 7 years, 7 months ago

The Glass House by Jeanette Walls and Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline

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