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Joe Ringenberg Joe Ringenberg said: " not as if I need *another* collection to sit bookmarked in the growing stack, but as it seems I can't read any more than sixteen consecutive pages at any given time, I figured this would be a nice thing to look at every now and again. "

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The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen
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Three stars means I liked it. All those five-star books and all of a sudden three stars looks like a put down. Well it's not. I mean, it's definitely not a four star book, but it's better than two stars. Three stars is decent.
Joe Ringenberg is now friends with Kellyn Walker
One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
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The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins
" Hey - saw that you liked this one. Not to randomly hate on atheist academics for the sake of apologetics (at all), but Alvin Plantinga's response shou ...more "
How to Do Things Right by Lawrence Rust Hills
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Highlights include "How To Eat An Ice Cream Cone," and a comparative analysis of Thoreau and Montaigne, in a search to justify one's existence after having retired at the age of 41. This is a must-read for anyone trying to break free from the Protest ...more
After the Plague by T.C. Boyle
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- engaging storyteller
- page-turner
- kind of a fake darkness about it
- a sort of sci-fi predictability
- shallow characters in unique situations
- great for airplanes
Swann's Way by Marcel Proust
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Ulysses Annotated by Don Gifford
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Deluxe by Dana Thomas
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a good read. piles of research, interviews with the best of the luxury cast(e), investigative journalism, and fashion-magazine luxury brand wallowing-in.
Ten Things I can now argue for/against:
1. Hermes bags, luggage, and scarves (for)
2. Chanel No. 5
Batting Against Castro by Jim Shepard
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