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““’The Invention of Hugo Cabret,’ by Brian Selznick. My grandson wanted to read it. It’s got some illustrations and a great story. I started reading it just to see what it was like, and it was pretty good.” ”

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““’Eat, Pray, Love,’ by Elizabeth Gilbert. I loved it. I marked things. It gives you stuff to think about how to deal with things in your own life.” ”

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““’Compassionate Capitalism,’ by Rich DeVos. It’s basically a book that inspires individuals to dream and to be compassionate in the corporate world.””

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““’The Confession,’ by John Grisham. It’s a new novel, and I saw it walking in the store, so I picked it up. I’ve read several of his books.””

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““’No True Glory,’ by Bing West. It’s about the Battle of Fallujah. I’m in the Marine Corps and the Battle of Fallujah is supposed to go down as one of the most significant battles fought in Iraq, so I figured it’s something I should know about.””


Paul R Getto 7 years, 2 months ago

"Primate Visions: Gender, Race, and Nature in the World of Modern Science." Donna Haraway.

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