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22. Confessions of a Barbarian Edward Abbey 1994 Collection from the journals of iconoclast Edward Abbey from 1951-1989. Abbey was an interesting, larger than life character with many controversial views. But if you're not an Abbey fan (and I'm not) the book stunk. That is all.
OMG Spurs finally win a game.
It's the only one I read. GF liked Underworld.I'm more of an Ian McEwan, Cormac McCarthy, Paulo Coelho, and J.R. Coetzee fan.When I can squeeze them between Louis L'Amours of course.
First time it worked. Second time it didn't.This. And they couldn't make a big shot to save their lives. And Kawhi had a BAD night. 1/11 def not good fantasy numbers, Roman.
Didn't care for either of these.
White Noise completely soured me on DeLillo.
20. Divine Justice David Baldacci 2008 The Latest Camel Club adventure in which Stone and the others get involved with a drug ring being run through a Federal max security prison in VA. The ending was hokey, but the rest of the book rocked.
Still managed to pull one out (FINALLY) this week. Anyone want to sell me someone for $66.00 cash?
19. Cane Jean Toomer 1923 LIST Collection of stories and poems about Black America from this little-known African-American author. Parts were slow, but overall a good read.
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