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Brian777

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Reading for the second time
the Safron Robe by T Lobsang Rampa
I too read several books at a time......back and forth as the mood beckons
 
Decision at Doona by Anne McCaffrey. The ethics of having colonized a planet which was already home to a sentient lifeform, after swearing off all contact with sentient species, having once caused a mass suicide as a result.
 

Aprilflowers7

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I'm reading more than one book at the moment. Two books are poetry; one is a Little House on the Prairie book; and one is "Foundation's Fear" by Gregory Benford (scifi). I have found that there are a lot of best-sellers at thrift stores. So I go there or I download the free or cheap books on the kindle.
 

Woowoo

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I'm trying to read Death Sentence by Damien Boyd which is a crime fiction book but, unfortunately, my concentration is not very good when I'm depressed so it's slow going.
 

Sunday16

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The Big Truck that Went By, How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster
by Jonathan Katz
It's an eyewitness account of an American journalist living in Haiti when the 2012 earthquake struck. He tells a brutally honest story of how broken and ineffective the current system of disaster relief is.
 
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