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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Froley, Jun 18, 2011.
I just started Use of Force, book #16 in the series.
Onto book #20, Black Ice.
"Palm Spring Noir"
on deck: "The Quiet Zone"
The art of mindful living
By Thich Nhat Hanh
Odyssey of a Philippine Scout, Arthur Kendal Whitehead, 26th Calvary Regiment
The Quiet Zone, by Stephen Kurczy
John Hagee: Mastering your money
Mark Miodownik: Liquid Rules (Delightful & Dangerous substances that flow through our lives).
re-re-reading Idoru by Wiliam Gibson
The Gulag Archipelago by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. It couldn't happen here, right?
Henry David Thoreau - Walden.
Waded into Ralph Waldo Emerson (Essential Writings of) for a second time, but wow, does that guy ever like to ramble! Seems like you can read the first couple sentences of each chapter, and then skip about 15 pages, and never miss a beat. Actually, he kind of makes me angry in a way, like he's trying to impress the reader with his superior intellect (which doesn't sit particularly well with me).
Thoreau is much more down to Earth, and enjoyable to read. Interesting perspectives.
I think that one is next on my list!
Yeah, pretty creepy considering our current political climate.
Joseph Conrad Nostromo