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    If your into history; The Rising Sun by John Toland. The best book I have ever read on the Japanese perspective of WW II.
    Thanks, I was just telling my father in law that I'd love to read some books from the enemies perspective. Dean, I saw that the other day at B&N and it looked interesting. Since you recommended it, I think I'll download that to the Kindle tonight. Thanks.
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    all the flight attendants at work are reading that 50 shades of gray I think its called..hear its pretty good..they cant seem to put it down

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    Quote Originally Posted by flygirl View Post
    all the flight attendants at work are reading that 50 shades of gray I think its called..hear its pretty good..they cant seem to put it down
    My wife is reading the same book and says it is great
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    my wife is reading it and i seem to be getting the "benefits".

    Quote Originally Posted by flygirl View Post
    all the flight attendants at work are reading that 50 shades of gray I think its called..hear its pretty good..they cant seem to put it down

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    Reading a couple that I missed over the years. If you have not read them you should grab them.

    Known and Unknown by Rummy. For the obvious reasons.
    Slavery by Another Name by Douglas Blackmon. If 50% of this book is true as told, I'm a ashamed to be a southerner. With your Alabama roots, you'll understand why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butthead View Post
    my wife is reading it and i seem to be getting the "benefits".

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    The only thing I've heard bout 50 Shades is its a novel version of Penthouse Forum.
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    The Wheel Of Time series by Robert Jordan is great.

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    The Strain is the first book of a trilogy by Guillermo del Toro and another guy. i'm just about reading the first book, really good. Also, if you like dark fiction stuff, theres a Book called Mister B Gone by Clive Barker, AKA the guy that did hellraiser. great book.
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    i finished reading 'moneyball' yesterday. i am not much of a baseball guy, but it was a very interesting read.

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