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I've taken to reading babble suggested books.
I've read Iggulden's "Wolf of the Plains". Good, fun, fast, ending was little compressed but nothing poorly executed. I also read another T-Paine suggestion, "Flashman", and strangely enough, though written many years ago and about another time period, it's about Afganistan and is very relevant. Also very funny.
I'm just about done "Man Without A Country", Vonnegut. And I just finished Stephanie Domet's "Homing", which was a very good read, and one for the CanLit-indie press supporters out there.
Oh, and I just started "The Rent Collector", a mayakovsky suggestion.
Oh, whoops. This is over a hundred posts. I'll post my comments [url=http://www.rabble.ca/babble/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic&f=39&t=000146]in this new thread.[/url]
[ 09 June 2007: Message edited by: Michelle ]