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I'm looking for a good book to pick up. Answered

Doesn't have to be fiction, or science fiction, or about babies. Anything.

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GoodhartBest Answer (author)2009-02-01

I like the suggestion of Tuesdays with Morrie; good read, and if you haven't read Isaac Asimov's Foundation trilogy yet, you must. :-)

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lutziepv08 (author)2009-01-31

if your into... Science: Fabric of the cosmos by brian greene Inspiration: Tuesdays with morrie by mitch albom Mindbender: Naked lunch by william s burroughs Strange: Running with scissors by augustin burroughs Comedy: Fear and loathing in las vegas by hunter s thompson *my favorate* Sports: autobio by whatever player Afterlife: The five people you meet in heaven by mitch albom World War 2: Night by Elie Wiesel Science Fiction: Timeline by Micheal Crichton or The gods themselves by issac asimov

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hg341 (author)lutziepv082009-07-04

i would have to agree with The five people you meet in heaven i just read it in class and it was realy good

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GorillazMiko (author)2009-01-28

Best of Instructables Volume I. I have it. It's cool.

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UNLIKE YOU, PERSON WHO MET WITH ROBOT IN ALAMEDA.

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Yerboogieman (author)2009-04-05

My mom read Tuesdays with Morrie, pretty good book, i like Arthur C. Clarke books though, like rendezvous with rama and the 2001: series.

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BeanGolem (author)2009-01-30

Deepness in the Sky: Vernor Vinge

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princemaxwell (author)2009-01-29

Fear of Flying. Lots of very forwardness and earthy writing. Or, Darwin's Black Box. For the geek in you. Oh, Leonardo's Mountain of Clams & The Diet Of Worms. (1 title) That's a GOOD one. Yea, the last one.

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=SMART= (author)2009-01-29

The hitchhikers guide to the galaxy !!

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lebowski (author)2009-01-29

Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell

It's a pretty fun quick read. If you enjoyed Freakonomics, you'll like it.

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cyc4015 (author)2009-01-29

ender's game, perhaps? classic, if you haven't read it, you need to.

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goodgnus (author)2009-01-28

Among about 50 others I could recommend, Desert Solitaire by Edward Abbey is the one that just popped out...

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marcward86 (author)2009-01-28

i just read 'the book of lost things' by john connolly. i really liked it.

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ChrysN (author)2009-01-28