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What are you reading?

Asked at Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont on October 2, 2011

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Rizzoli & Isles’ series by Tess Gerritsen. I don’t like the program, but the books are good. ”

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“Genealogy material — I’ve been researching for the family. My husband’s great-grandfather was in the first law school class at KU in 1878. ”

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Boyracer’ by Mark Cavendish and ‘The Road’ by Cormac McCarthy. They’re so different — one’s an autobiography about cycling and one’s a really depressing novel — but they were both great in their own way.”

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“The ‘Frankenstein’ series by Dean Koontz. I liked it. ”

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The Poisonwood Bible’ by Barbara Kingsolver. We had to read it for class, but it’s a lot different than most things we read. It’s a lot more complex and challenging.”

Comments

Fossick 3 years, 2 months ago

Noted Guerrillas, an 1877 "pro-south" bio of William Quantrill; a biography of Thomas Ewing, the General in charge of the Department of Kansas during the Quantrill Raid; 2 books on the Battle of Chancellorsville, and Mein Kampf.

Fossick 3 years, 2 months ago

I remember Jesus saying something about that.

bearded_gnome 3 years, 2 months ago

the Richard Sharpe series by Cornwell. ood historical fiction writing. just a few left, yeah!

and, I do read the Bible daily, thank you very much.

pace 3 years, 2 months ago

"Rode" by Tom Averill, great, I especially like the geographic descriptions. Good book

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