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Old 01-14-2021, 07:21 AM   #7191 (permalink)
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A Tale Of Two Cities-Charles Dickens
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Catch Me If You Can. Splendid book, but I feel he is stretching the truth a bit on some things.
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Unbelievable! Just finished The Old Curiosity Shop and began this today!
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Old 01-28-2021, 02:21 PM   #7194 (permalink)
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The Collected Plays of Edward Albee (Volume 1). Not as dreary as you'd think. This one's in the collection -

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Still reading the Zohar book. Finished part one and stopped. Read one chapter in my Manly P. Hall book and stopped.
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So thrilled about my latest literary acquisitions! I’ve continued to build a library of deluxe omnibus editions of authors from the Golden Age of Science Fiction. Latest additions include the second installment of 100 Ray Bradbury stories hand-selected by the author to accompany the first 100 stories volume I acquired, as well as The Complete Science Fiction Treasury of H. G. Wells.

These now join my copies of the largest and most exhaustive collections of Asimov's science fiction ever printed and The Collected Novels of Jules Verne. And by continuing to track down volumes of near-equal length, the symmetry of their arrangement on the coffee table in my sitting room is just icing on the bibliophilic cake!



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Oh that's cool, I'm so jealous of the Jules Verne omnibus! Does it have the gorgeous illustrations? My mom used to buy me old editions of his books from an antique bookshop, I was addicted to them
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James Baldwin - Go tell it on a mountain

First thing I'm reading by him. I was wary but this is turning out to be excellent. I love a mix of fact and fiction, and being a lapsed catholic, the whole faith angle is very relatable.
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