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This one is going to take a while. So far it's looking like a thought provoking but slow read. Really dense but really, really good.
 

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Just binge-read this latest offering by C.J. Box. I'm a devotee to his books and have read through his entire library. This one does not disappoint!

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Apologies for the giant image but I have no clue how to shrink it!

Anyway, yet another multiple re-read of Bryson's classics. And this one seems to be well researched. 1927 certainly was a year of years as it turns out!

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Just finished this, King's latest work. Normally I'm a huge fan but somehow I never warmed to this tale. Frankly it bogged down almost right from the start and then just plodded along. Certainly not among his best IMO.


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Stephen Ambrose's Band of Brothers. It has much more detail than the HBO series. I'm half-way through it, and I highly recommend it. The story-telling is good; Ambrose makes the incidents of the war come alive. It is also unapologetically written from the perspective of the troops on the gound, and I think that is the book's greatest virtue.

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