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    I just got the Big Book of Health and Fitness by Phil Maffetone. This is the BEST book about health and fitness yet. I like Mark a lot but I don't like the diet book tone of voice in his book. Same with Robb Wolf and his gym coach tone. This book is not like that.
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    I'm finishing up Made to Crave, by Lysa Terkeurst. Totally got to the root if why I was an emotional eater - and basically led me to eating more Primal.

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    You Are Your Own Gym - Mark Lauren

    Am heading off to see family in November, and want to look good (evil, snarky grandmother is in this visit...). And can't put it off any longer and still expect at least some result. (Already lost inches with Primal.)

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    "The Hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy". Picked it up on sale one day. So far its about like the movie . I'm also reading "The art of Fermentation" and I am continuing to read the text I bought "Textbook of Functional Medicine".

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    last book was Kill the Dead by Richard Kadrey

    annnnd last magazine was muscle and fitness hers :P
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    I mean there's so many ants in my eyes! And there are so many TVs, microwaves, radios... I think, I can't, I'm not 100% sure what we have here in stock.. I don't know because I can't see anything! Our prices, I hope, aren't too low!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kylex286 View Post
    Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss then depending on how much time I have after I finished I may finish The Soul Mirror by carol Burg...
    Love, love, love that book. The sequel is equally awesome. Hmmm, may need to re-read those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zanna View Post
    Clan of the Cave Bear! I loved the 1st 3 books but Jondalar's whining and Ayla's amazing abilities to be amazing at everything started to grate. Can't believe they would charge that much! I couldn't make myself read Plains of Passage.
    I have never read a book series that went from so good to so bad so quickly!! I loved Clan of the Cave Bear, but even the second book got annoying for me. By Plain's of Passage it was just plain torture to get through it.

    Have you ever read any of the "Mother Earth, Father Sky" series by Sue Harrison? They are in the same line as clan of the cave bear - very fun to read, a hint of primal in them, and I personally think the whole series is very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jammies View Post
    I have never read a book series that went from so good to so bad so quickly!! I loved Clan of the Cave Bear, but even the second book got annoying for me. By Plain's of Passage it was just plain torture to get through it.

    Have you ever read any of the "Mother Earth, Father Sky" series by Sue Harrison? They are in the same line as clan of the cave bear - very fun to read, a hint of primal in them, and I personally think the whole series is very good.
    I haven't read the sue Harrison books. Will add them to my queue - thanks!

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    Just finished Born to Run.... Great book, couldn't put it down not much of what I expected,but wonderful none the less!

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    Just finished the first in the Game of Thrones series. Now I am reading "It Starts With Food"

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