What are you reading? (2010 edition)

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    I just finished reading Unexpectedly, Milo by Matthew Dicks.  I liked it, though it's not as good as his other (and first) book, Something Missing, which is a little gem and one of my favorites. 

    Next is Breakfast with Buddha by Roland Merullo, or I might go back and finish Diary of a Nobody and/or the Mary Poppins books, which I've been reading out of curiosity.



     
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    [QUOTE]I just finished reading Unexpectedly, Milo by Matthew Dicks.  I liked it, though it's not as good as his other (and first) book, Something Missing , which is a little gem and one of my favorites.  Next is Breakfast with Buddha by Roland Merullo, or I might go back and finish Diary of a Nobody and/or the Mary Poppins books, which I've been reading out of curiosity.
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    EnjoyEverySandwich:

    Breakfast with Buddha is wonderful IMO. 

     
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    andiejen:  Many many people have told me that.  I just started it last night and like it so far.   :)

     
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    [QUOTE]andiejen:  Many many people have told me that.  I just started it last night and like it so far.   :)
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    I know this is not a book review forum...though maybe that would not be a bad idea for a separate forum...but when you are done perhaps you can report back what you thought of it?

     
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    BTW, andiejen - I read Merullo's Golfing With God and A Little Love Story last year.  I think you would enjoy GWG better than I did -- it didn't speak to me spiritually and I'm not a golfer -- golfers would really love it, I think.  However I really liked Love Story -- the writing was so beautiful.


     
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    [QUOTE]BTW, andiejen - I read Merullo's Golfing With God and A Little Love Story last year.  I think you would enjoy GWG better than I did -- it didn't speak to me spiritually and I'm not a golfer -- golfers would really love it, I think.  However I really liked Love Story -- the writing was so beautiful.
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    Thank you very much. I will seek them out at my library. If no luck, I have some points I can use on amazon. 

     
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    [QUOTE]To nitpick: He only faced the opportunity to discover that he was wrong. If he was right, then, When the Music's Over....  
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow[/QUOTE]

    Good point. I guess we will all find out the only way I believe we can truly know for sure.
     
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    Am just starting a new book that was given to me. Written by Dan Abrams, a legal analyst I have been following since his days at MSNBC.

    Called "Man Down. Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt That Women Are Better Cops, Drivers, Gamblers, Spies, World Leaders, Beer Tasters, Hedge Fund Managers, and Just About EVERYTHING ELSE".

    On the back cover is written, CLAIM: Women are smarter, healthier, and unequivocally better than men. PROOF: Read this book. 

    Guess I will decide if I agree after I read the book.
     

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