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Dec recap and 2009

From: Cid
Sent on: Saturday, December 13, 2008 4:34 PM
Dec - what a wonderful story, what a guy, that Paul Newman. The world really lost someone special. It was funny and an easy read and a great story. Thanks for joining me at my home.

Below are the books for the next 6 months. I am flexible if someone wants to suggest something different. But this helps me to do the scheduling and choosing en masse so to speak. These should all be out on the calender.

NOTE: the day of the week has changed to Wed (from Tues), and it will be around the 1st of the month (exception is April)

Happy holidays and happy reading, see you in '09.

Jan
Obsessive Genius: The Inner World of Marie Curie
by Barbara Goldsmith
Pg count 320

Feb
The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom
by Slavomir Rawicz
256 pages

March
Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life
by Steve Martin
224 pages

Apr
America's Forgotten Pandemic: The Influenza of 1918
by Alfred W. Crosby
352 pages

May
The Mother Tongue
By Bill Bryson
250 pages

June
The World Without Us
by Alan Weisman
320 pages

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