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What are you reading?

Asked at Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont St. on January 15, 2012

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“Tim Keller — ‘The Meaning of Marriage.’ I’m helping with some pre-marriage counseling.”

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Confucius the Analects: The Path of the Sage.’”

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“’Emma’ by Jane Austen and ‘The Satanic Verses’ (by Salman Rusdie).”

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“’The Vision of Emma Blau.’ I took it from my daughter.”

Photo of Rebekah Satterfield

“Just cookbooks at the moment.”


Maddy Griffin 6 years ago

Just finished 11/22/63 by Stephen King. Different from any other book he's ever written.It's about the assassination of JFK and time travel.IMHO it's his best work to date.

Flap Doodle 6 years ago

Collected works of H. P. Lovecraft

ST3V3N 6 years ago

Heavan and Hell by Alan Kardec

H_Lecter 6 years ago

No One Can Hear You Scream...With That Apple In Your Mouth.

It's the third in a series after, Scream All You Want, We're In The (sub) Basement Earplugs Are Standard Equipment

The author is remaining anonymous for now.

Carol Bowen 6 years ago

The Big Short by Michael Lewis. Interesting perspective on Wall Street.

Fossick 6 years ago

"The Battle of Westport: Missouri's Great Confederate Raid" (2011) by Paul Kirkman. "Undesigned Scriptural Coincidences" (1847) by J.J. Blunt.

riverdrifter 6 years ago

I've just started 'Lime Creek' by Joe Henry. It's about the ranching life in Wyoming.

BTW, the coyotes are for sure howling up a storm tonight.

Peaty Romano 6 years ago

Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton

Cait McKnelly 6 years ago

The Jefferson Key by Steve Berry (one of my favorite authors). He's Dan Brown on steroids and writes a heckuva lot better.

msturner1966 6 years ago

Revisiting my collection of Sherlock Holmes for the umpteenth time. Comfort reading if you will.

Deja Coffin 6 years ago

Honk and Holler Opening Soon by Billie Letts. Billie Letts is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. I've only read a couple of her books but really liked them both. Can't wait to read more by her.

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