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    I have a million health/science/psychology books I want to read... but with school it is hard to read for fun. I am reading "Extinction" by Erwin for a class.

    Diabetes, GCBC is a tough read for most. I devoured it in a few DAYS. And promptly wanted to read it again. After I was done with it, everything just... clicked. It is worth the brain power.


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    Oh Oh, I love talking about books. I always have a little collection of books I'm trying to get through, often multiple books at a time.


    But right now, I've managed to only have one book started (and with intentions of finishing) and that's In Defence of Food, a book that I'm sure needs no introduces in these parts.


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    Just finished reading The Omnivore's Dilemna by Michael Pollard and will be diving into How Cooking Made us Human by Richard Wrangham.

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    Tomorrow To Be Brave by Susan Travers, memoir of the only woman ever to serve in the French Foreign Legion.


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    Wow, everyone's reading some really good books & some of my faves to - The Sprial Dance & Clan of the Cave Bear.


    I'm reading Dangergous Grains, The Practice of Traditiontal Herbalism (for herbal school) & Wives, Wenches & Servant Girls but I'm gonna shelf them all (& everything else) if I can get to the bookstore & get Diana Gabaldon's newest book Echo in the Bone.


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    Emotional Freedom: Liberate Yourself from Negative Emotions and Transform Your Life by Judith Orloff


    @hypnotik - The Alchemist was just recommended to me. I'm going to pick that up next!


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    The Zohar and HP and the Half-Blood Prince.


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    Great thread Geoff. I was planning on reading The Primal Blueprint after I finished GCBC, but wanted something light. I'm reading


    - The new rules of lifting for women - Lou Schuler, Cassandra Forsythe, Alwyn Cosgrove

    - Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Acts by Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson


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    As I am taking two literature courses this fall, I rarely find time to read anything not on a syllabus. Since I am currently entrenched in eighteenth century fiction, I try to read modern nonfiction for pleasure. Right now I have The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization by Anthony Esolen on my nightstand. I think I may have to abandon it for now as I find the author's snide tone to be rather irritating. Also, he does not support his views very well.


    Next on deck is The Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra. Someday I really need to get a copy of GCBC.


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    Sounds like we could start quite a virtual book club. I think I'm going to e-mail Mark and see if there's a way they could host a virtual book club about "The Primal Blueprint" here on the site. Perhaps we could go through the book on a chapter by chapter basis?


    Though I must say you're making me feel like an intellectual slouch for re-living my high school days vicariously through Henry Rollins' tour diary.


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