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Philadelphia, PA

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January 7, 2013

What book would you recommend for H&WR?

Since this is phrased singularly, I would say Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts. Well-written and fun fiction novel based on an autobiography.

What's your favorite book?

I love nonfiction reads and autobiographies the best. Lately, I have been reading a lot of Bell Hooks.

What book do you love but you're afraid to admit it?

Childhood favorites- authors like Beverly Cleary. (aka, the kind I'll still pick up when I am eating cereal at my parents house and regressing into my youth)


Hello- looking forward to the great reads and conversations this group seems to offer!

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