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    ^^ I just finished that. I like the writing so much I downloaded another by him... About Grace. It isn't nearly as good.

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    Aw, bummer. I hate when I love one book and then find the author hasn't written anything that is on a par.
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    I'm still on a ten-years-after-everyone-else-has-read-it kick and am working my way through the Harry Potter books. Better than I expected and much better than the films.
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    I just read "The Girl on the Train" in a couple of days. It's being touted as the next "Gone Girl" but I liked it better and it took me longer to figure out the twist.

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    Going to start Hunger by Knut Hamsun tonight. A woman at a bookstore insisted I buy it, and the rest of her staff recs on the shelf I either read and loved or have wanted to read (I initially picked some other book off her rec shelf), so I'm excited to start this one.

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    "Working Stiff" by Judy Melinek. It's a memoir of a NYC forensic pathologist/medical examiner. Gets a bit gory but I'm fascinated.

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    Machiavelli's The Prince. One of those books that I had sitting on my shelf for years and could never bring myself to read, but it made me appear intellectual so I kept it. Now I've downloaded it on my iPad and I'm lapping it up like gossip, it's awesome. Perhaps I've developed a taste for statecraft in my dotage but I'm pretty sure I'd be excellent at world domination, if I wasn't so goddamn lazy.
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