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Photo of Shirley Cordell

“Lee Child mysteries. He writes about Jack Reacher. He’s an ex-military guy who goes from town to town getting into trouble.”

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“‘The Depression Cure’ by Stephen Ilardi. He’s a local professor. … It’s a great book and talks about six ways to improve life. It says that humans aren’t supposed to be inside all the time.”

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“‘The Information’ by James Gleick. It’s about the history of the information age and what it’s supposed to be. … He’s a populizer of 20th Century trends.”

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“‘The Road to Wellville’ by T.C. Boyle. It’s about Battle Creek, Mich., and Dr. Kellogg who invented the corn flake. I’ve read some of his other stuff and really liked it.”

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“‘Cutting for Stone’ by Abraham Verghese. It’s about some twins who were born in Ethiopia and their father was a surgeon and their mother was a nun.”


Pitt_Mackeson 7 years, 2 months ago

but seriously, I very much enjoyed "The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton. Even though it's very short the story is very engrossing and feels longer than it really is. There's a lot of good stuff packed between those pages.

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