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If you'd like to share favorite books - fiction or non-fiction - and their appeal, whether or not you're one of society's under-appreciated two percent who can boast recessive allele on chromosome 16 and the resultant different take on the MC1R protein 🙂

If you'd like to share favorite books - fiction or non-fiction - and their appeal, whether or not you're one of society's under-appreciated two percent who can boast recessive allele on chromosome 16 and the resultant different take on the MC1R protein 🙂

Posts Tagged "books" By moNOtheist (9) Posts by members only

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Dec 9, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by snytiger6
LINK45 places you can download tens of thousands books, plays and other literary texts completely legally for free – nothing in the rulebook
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Jun 7, 2019Jun 2019

Posted by snytiger6
I've read the first four of the Charlie Fox series by Zoe Sharp. They are all very enjoyable suspense books. By first four, I meant read them in chronological order. I dont' believe they were written chronologically, as the first three may be ...
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Jun 2, 2019Jun 2019

Posted by GaryWayne
Venture in to the world of Imperealisity I do hope this group will not mind an author sharing with you a new fantasy series... You can get a quick read at Amazon and Google Books and also find them at Barnes & Nobles or Ebay. The series is ...
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May 2, 2019May 2019

Posted by snytiger6
"The Outsider" by Frederick Forsyth is a memoir and a very good read. The author is best known for "The Day of the Jackel" and "The Odessa File". His own life was also quite adventurous and peopel who liked his books woudl also like his memoir. If...
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Apr 25, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by GuyKeith
Anyone here like Joseph Heller? You may be familiar with Catch-22, but have you read his other books, especially Something Happened? If anyone has read it, let me know. I would like to discuss it.
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Shared from General & Hellos
Apr 4, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by MojoDave
Anyone interested in 'older' books? Like 9th century? 3 Brothers From Baghdad and Their Remarkable 9th-Century Book of Inventions
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Read Heads
Jan 19, 2019Jan 2019

Posted by Kodiamus
I’m just starting Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84. Has anyone else read it and did you enjoy it?
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Read Heads
Nov 14, 2018Nov 2018

Posted by snytiger6
Read "Crazy Rich Asians", "China Rich Firlgriend" and "Rick People Problems" by Kevin Kwan. According to the interview I heard on NPR, the crazy story events are mostly based on actual events. The books are pretty much all about culture clash. ...
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Oct 31, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by snytiger6
"Lending A Paw": A Bookmobile Cat Mystery by Laurie Cass I listen to audio books by downloading them to my phone. This one was a "pocket download", which is kind of liek a pocket dial, as ti worked the same way. i did nto look for this book, but it ...
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Oct 28, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by homoveganatheist
Years ago i read The Gravedigger's Daughter a book that narrates the story of the Schwarts, an immigrant family desperate to escape Nazi Germany that settles in a small town in New York in times of World War II Very strong story for those who like...
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Oct 17, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by snytiger6
Just Finished "Flight Behavior" by Barbara Kingsolver. Small town meets the scientific community. I really enjoyed it. I'd put it as one of her more enjoyable books.
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Aug 27, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by SKH78
Once in a great while, I re-visit childhood and read Dr. Seuss books. Here I am, an old woman and I still adore Dr. Seuss.
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Jul 13, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by snytiger6
So, I have read a few books now by Erich Segal. "Love Story", "Oliver's Story" (A sequel to Love Story", "Prizes" and "Man, Woman and Child", and am currently reading "Doctors". I am finding his books to be very entertaining and interesting. ...
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Jul 5, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Alripa
What do you think of the Millennium series? I like the original 3 books, I don't like the 4th and 5th
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Read Heads
Jun 26, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by AmelieMatisse
I live about 2 blocks from one of the largest independent book stores in the US. In addition to all the newest reads they also have 5 floors of used books. In the evening I walk there and pull a book off the shelf and go back into the stacks to read....
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Read Heads
Jun 17, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by cweigle
Hey everyone, I want to share one of my favorite classic books. It's The Razor's Edge by W. Somerset Maugham. It follows an author as he deals with an eccentric member of the French Aristocracy in post WWI France, where he meets a young man that ...
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May 28, 2018May 2018

Posted by Hereticinme
So you can get to know me. Mostly I read history, biography and Sci Fi. Longest book this year: Rasputin: Faith Power and the Twilight of the Romanovs 848 pages Longest books I’ve read Final Solution: The Fate of the Jews 1933-1949 1056 ...
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May 23, 2018May 2018

Posted by moNOtheist
‘It’s an astonishing career. I can remember when 'Portnoy’s Complaint' was the book that everyone identified him with. He was very much part of that great outburst of liberation, freedom and erotic excitement of the 60s. He was the head of that...
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May 22, 2018May 2018

Posted by Kadygee
Hello fellow redheads. Lol. I’m not a red head but I am a read head. Who all considers listening to books reading? I listen everyday in my car; it’s a great way to stay caught up. I am currently reading Silent Child by Sarah Denzil. I’m not far...
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May 18, 2018May 2018

Posted by moNOtheist
A book that's known rather more for its reincarnation as a notorious movie adaptation than the debate it proposed about free will, there's Anthony Burgess' 'A Clockwork Orange', still tarred in the collective memory for its realistic depiction of ...
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Posted by MynamehereAnyone really into reading apocalyptic fiction right now?

Posted by AmelieMatisseMy latest read. I really though I was well informed about this era. Sadly I was not.

Posted by AmelieMatisseI went to a lecture by author Richard Rothstein. If you are interested in learning how our government segregated this country, you will find this book fascinating

Posted by Marcie1974This made me giggle

Posted by Marcie1974This made me giggle

Posted by snytiger6With the current trend of the far right moving into the forefront of many countries aroudn the world, perhaps it is time for people to rediscover the book "It Can't Happen Here" by Sinclair Lewis.

Posted by AmelieMatisseAnyone who is an art lover will enjoy this book. And if you are anywhere near Baltimore MD a trip to the Baltimore Museum will get you the chance to see the Cone sisters amazing collection for free

Posted by AmelieMatisseJust finished a biography on Frederick Douglass and this seemed like a good followup.

Posted by GuyKeithAnyone here like Joseph Heller? You may be familiar with Catch-22, but have you read his other books, especially Something Happened? If anyone has read it, let me know. I would like to discuss it.

Posted by ninjarider1Well, one can always hope!

Posted by ninjarider1I "check out" when I read!

Posted by ninjarider1Twenty five percent? I'd say more than that!

Posted by snytiger6Instead of powering it up...

Posted by KodiamusCurrently reading

Posted by MoonTigerA REAL Read Head!

Posted by ninjarider1Any science fiction fans here?

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