What are you reading right now?

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Re:What are you reading right now? 2012/06/14 07:55:50 (permalink)
Born Round .... Frank Bruni
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/06/27 06:33:12 (permalink)
The National Enquirer
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/06/27 09:03:39 (permalink)
The next two months the MilePost will be my constant companion read in bits and pieces as necessary.
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/06/27 12:36:04 (permalink)
Atlantic: Great Sea Battles, Heroic Discoveries, Titanic Storms, and a Vast Ocean of a Million Stories by Simon Winchester. Absolutely fascinating.
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/06/27 14:33:14 (permalink)
Davydd

The next two months the MilePost will be my constant companion read in bits and pieces as necessary.

I read the MilesPost through 3 times before we went to Alaska! It's actually pretty interesting but I haven't seen one in 10 years so I don't know if they changed to format much, contents I'm sure because of many changes in 10 years but I wonder if the style is the same. It was so readable and clear, best guidebook I have ever used.
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/06/28 22:11:09 (permalink)
Just finished alan Brinkley's biography of John Kennedy in the American Presidents series. These books are about 140 pages with an interesting perspective.  Brinkley writes well but is a little wishy- washy and does not really write too much about the sex and health scandals that would have come to light under modern media practices and probably would have brought JFK down. He also writes a lot about the popular perceptions of JFK versus the reality of  his accomplishment. A good read.
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/07/07 09:35:58 (permalink)
Last Men Out, by Bob Dury and Tom Clavin. Just started. About the final hours in Apr of 75 at the US Embassy in Viet Nam.
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/07/15 14:22:55 (permalink)
"Cowards", Glenn Beck
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/07/15 17:11:43 (permalink)
XO...Jeffery Deaver, fun read, all his books are!
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/08/03 14:12:09 (permalink)
Coup d'etat, the fourth of Harry Turtledove's alt history of WWII.
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RE: What are you reading right now? 2012/08/03 17:45:10 (permalink)
Wish You Well... David Baldacci
 
Split Image  ... Robert Parker
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