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Just finished reading The candidate by Noah Richler. It is his memoir of running in the 2015 federal election. If I had any lingering interest in running for public office reading this book cured be of it. I am still pondering my feelings towards Richler and the central campaign office. I vacilated between being sympathetic for the two.
I'm finally tackling Kazuo Ishiguro's The Unconsoled - just because I loved all his other books. I'm hoping that if and when I finish, I'll have figured out what it's about. Right now it's got me hooked, in a Stockholm Syndrome kind of way.