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Gonzo42

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All the "Killing" books by O'Reilly.

A patriot's history of the USA

Lone Survivor

American Sniper

A Seal at War

Culture of Corruption

Fast and Furious

The Amateur

Robert W. Service Best Tales of the Yukon

I read about 40 books a year, subscribe to about a dozen magazines (paper), a couple dozen newsletters, two newspapers (paper).

I need to get a life.


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Science fiction on my Kindle


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When I was in school, I hated reading the classics. So little time to get into them and try to figure them out. A lot of those were included on my Kindle when I bought it years ago. Occasionally I read from that stash. Last year we visited Cajun country in Louisiana and I got hooked on the plight of these people. So I looked, and sure enough, "Evangeline" was included in those initial books. I read that and really enjoyed it. Will probably read it again, just to pick up on what I missed. Still not a great study of prose, but enjoyed it just the same. When you do a search about the Cajun people, this book is always the first that pops up. Not technically a history book, but a story of what life was like for many of these people.

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Wow, such good books people are reading. I have an Audible account and listen to all my books. I'm trudging through a few Steven King books myself. My husband has read nothing more than the newspaper since high school. While traveling on long trips, I subject him to Chelsea Handler. LOL! Makes us both laugh and cringe, but comedies can be tuned out without missing much.

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I have been reading books on WWI. Everything from memoirs to history. I picked most of them up at garage sales or rummage sales very cheaply, knowing that sooner or latter I would want to read about the topic. I am on my fifth WWI book now and if that is not enough I might have to buy some new ones.

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I have just started Killing Reagan by Bill O'Rielly. Very good book.


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I'm reading My American Journey by Colin Powell.

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Government Zero, by Michael Savage.


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Just finished two (not in the Magee series) by John D. MacDonald, "The Last One Left" and "Slam the Big Door." Still need to read some of his others.

Went through his Travis Magee series 15 years ago and am about to start reading them again in order.

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AprilWhine wrote:

Science fiction on my Kindle


Which ones? I read a lot of SF. Have you read Ancillary Justice? I just finished Sword.


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