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Okay, so…

My daughter was setting me up with audio books from the library, on my phone.  I picked out a bio of Timothy Leary.  Fate.  Absolutely FATE. It’s probably one of the longest books in the entire world and not necessarily … Continue reading

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CHICAGO…BOOK

I have been looking for a book on Chicago since the printing press was invented.  No.  I’m not kidding.  I’ve NEVER found one that satisfied me.  Never found one that I RECOGNIZED as Chicago’s HEART AND SOUL…until NOW. I am … Continue reading

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Okay, so…

I was just reading a fiction book, that I stopped reading and recycled…too slow and too boring, AGAIN, but there was a sentence in it where a man said, “The worst thing about living longer is that you just more … Continue reading

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Book…so incredibly horrible I couldn’t read it. That’s why I stay away from novels. If they had minus stars I’d give it minus ten. Boring and slow beyond belief and awful characters. I think I ready 35 pages and that was it. I bought it because it had the word Paris in the title. What a mistake.

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BOOKSTORE CATS…A book about cats and books…I know, I couldn’t believe it either.

Very well made book, with a satin bookmark attached.  It’s filled with pictures of “working” cats, who greet customers and cage pets whenever they can.  Some of the felines are superstars, but their notoriety never goes to their heads, they … Continue reading

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Quote about a new book:

From an Oxford economist, a visionary account of how technology will transform the world of work, and what we should do about it From mechanical looms to the combustion engine to the first computers, new technologies have always provoked panic … Continue reading

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