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miss fortune

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re-reading American Gods, by Neil Gaiman... a movie reminded me of it last week and I hadn't read it in a few years :)
 

Aquarelle

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So far, pretty good, but this book was better:
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Oh I just remembered that I had ordered "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins, and it should be arriving today.
 

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An anthology of Mexican/Chicano/Latino literature, can't remember the name of the anthology right now.
 

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Oh, how funny/interesting!! I read four (or 5?) of the books in that series (volumes 4 through 8/9) a number of years ago, when I was in a philosophy phase. I found the books to provide good high-level overviews of the various philosophies / philosophers.


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I'm currently reading Night and Day by Virginia Woolf. I am thoroughly enjoying it. Having never read anything by her before, I'm loving that I love a new author; will have to check out some of her other books after this to see whether I like others just as well.
 

prplchknz

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nothing, I can't remember shit anymore. which is depressing, I wish I could I use to be able to remember shit for 10 years and now it's like 10 seconds. I was reading kurt vonnegut and I was enjoying it but I don't remember anything after I put it down so I gave up.
 

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I just finished Something Borrowed and now I'm off to the book store to snatch up another book by Emily Giffin. She's so hittin the spot right now.
 

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I read Scott Pilgrim Gets It Together (Vol. 4 in the series) by Bryan Lee O'Malley this weekend. :) Not my favorite series - a bit too indie for me, in a way - but I really enjoy it. And the artistic style is just adorable. ^.^
 

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I'm reading The Dragons of Babel, A Dialogue with Eric Fromm and finally The Imitation of Christ
 
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