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how does one get to be almost 60 without having read jim harrison? correcting now. "Brown Dog" is amazing.

Wow, you have been missing out. Of course, the upside of those random oversights is that one gets the unexpected pleasure of reading their stuff for the first time.
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Where have you been? Get to posting. CE isn't the same without you.
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Reading a blog for deriving traffic in my website ... Loll xD

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Man, SEO is the worst.

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Just finished Russo's Nobody's Fool. Very sweet, funny. Looking forward to Empire Falls. Love that his books are set in fictional Upstate New York towns.

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Marvin believe me, it is worse than worse  :D

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how does one get to be almost 60 without having read jim harrison? correcting now. "Brown Dog" is amazing.

Dude... no way are you that old... just... how is that physically possible????

So after going almost 12 months without finishing a book, I finish a bunch in a couple weeks.

Mike Tyson's autobiography,
Solo, the new Bond book,
Portraits Inside My Head
And Then There Were None (first Christie book, man is she good)
A Canticle for Leibovitz

There were one or two others in there as well. Also making more headway on Lenin's Tomb. Might finish that during my vacay.
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Oh, how could I forget... I'm about 1/3 of the way through with "The Executioner: Miami Massacre"

Big fan of the Mack Boland books. This is everything you love about them and more.
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Dude... no way are you that old... just... how is that physically possible????
I retain the beauty of youth because I retain the spirit of youth. life lesson young man.

back on topic: just finished "The Goldfinch". Donna Tartt has a career arc much like that of my beloved Lakers. loved "the secret history" with some reservations; liked "The Little Friend" a lot despite some obvious flaws; "Goldfinch" was like a 25-mile hike through deep mud.
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