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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 🙂

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

Read Heads
Apr 27, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by Frctnal
I'm about halfway through Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God. The story is good. The language and the writing are exquisite.
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Read Heads
Nov 22, 2018Nov 2018

Posted by GreenAtheist
Just a few titles to share before any dueling quotes. ...GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT, .....JUDGEMENT DAY my life with Ayn Rand HANDBOOK FOR HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS. .....DENIAL OF DEATH. ....TRIAL OF TIMARKOS. ....AMERICAN ATHEIST MAGAZINE OVER 40 YEARS ...
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Read Heads
Jul 19, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by weeman
So anyone else still devastated by pratchets death i still havent listened to his last book as then its over for good
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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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Shared from Music, Movies & Books
May 17, 2018May 2018

Posted by moNOtheist
A favorite book of mine, and one that I've read more than once over the years is Kurt Vonnegut's 'Slaughterhouse Five or The Children's Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death', his beautifully honed reminiscence of surviving the 1945 Allied firebombing 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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