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hawser
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What book are you reading during the quarantine period?
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AlexanderPrince
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Currently reading The Return by Nicholas Sparks. A really good book to read so far.
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The Great Influenza by John M. Barry.
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I found 33 Agatha Christie 8 ball pool books in a box in my attic a while back and I haven’t read any of them yet. I was thinking they’d be good for snow days, but quarantine will work too.

[ October 26, 2020, 04:29 AM: Message edited by: barbloera ]

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I just finished the latest Harry Dresden book, "Battleground," and now I'm re-reading some other Jim Butcher books.
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I'm working through Max Brooks' Devolution. I'll let you know how I feel about it.
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Empire of the Summer Moon by S. C. Gwyne
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Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. A really good book to read.
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I am making cozy place in my property in Czech Republic here with tea with lemon and the last book I read is The Thorn Birds

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I am making cozy place with tea with lemon and the last book I read is The Thorn Birds
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I think these are really great books. Got to list them all so that I can get a copy of them but can anyone share any book about personality development?
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Honestly, I’ve really been enjoying Stephen King’s Bill Hodges trilogy. It’s REALLY good, if you enjoy detective stories and the supernatural. He is such a good detective story writer.
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quote:
Originally posted by hawser:
I think these are really great books. Got to list them all so that I can get a copy of them but can anyone share any book about personality development?

12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson
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For personality development I recommend anything by the Arbinger Institute.
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Mastering your money: John Hagee
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