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A Short History of Nearly Everything
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Book Club 2011 > The March winner Is: A Short History of Nearly Everything

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Stéphanie (stephlrx) | 3 comments I started reading this book yesterday. So far I'm enjoying it.


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Rshives | 1 comments Just purchased it on Amazon. Should be on my Kindle in a few minutes. Looking forward to reading it.


Marti (stufsocker) Ah, Bill Bryson. I read the first 350 pages on one lazy Saturday and then went into a panic that we were all going to die from asteroid strikes, Yellowstone erupting, and our own stupidity simultaneously. I'm feeling much better now.


Jill (wanderingrogue) | 10 comments Marti wrote: "Ah, Bill Bryson. I read the first 350 pages on one lazy Saturday and then went into a panic that we were all going to die from asteroid strikes, Yellowstone erupting, and our own stupidity simulta..."

I felt the same thing about bears after reading A Walk in the Woods. ;)




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Cheryl  (cherylllr) Just dug it out of Mt. TBR - should be able to read it within a few days.


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Kenny Chaffin (kennychaffin) Excellent book!


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Kenny Chaffin (kennychaffin) Jill wrote: "Marti wrote: "Ah, Bill Bryson. I read the first 350 pages on one lazy Saturday and then went into a panic that we were all going to die from asteroid strikes, Yellowstone erupting, and our own stu..."

Yeah, he's quite the Alarmist!!


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