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Hawksbill Station by Robert Silverberg
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Feb 20, 2012

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bookshelves: sf
Recommended to Erik by: Thomas Miley
Recommended for: Silverberg fans
Read in October, 1979 , read count: 1

After one year living alone in an apartment on Morse near Ashland, Michael and Thomas Miley invited me to move into their apartment at 1634 W. Chase, also in East Rogers Park, Chicago. Their roommate, another old high school friend, Tom Kosinski, having earned a grubstake working for the Tollway Authority, was leaving to live in a cottage in rural France.

I hated my place and was happy to accept the invitation as I'd been visiting the three of them as often as they'd allow for months, their place being a center for social activity and Tom and Mike being two of the most intellectually interesting, because interested, persons I knew. They also had an impressive library in which I found Hawksbill Station.

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