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    Just started Live By Night by Dennis Lehane, one of my favorite authors.
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    'Unstoppable' Anthony Robles

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    Quote Originally Posted by tpay View Post
    'Unstoppable' Anthony Robles
    For those with interest...

    Unstoppable: From Underdog to Undefeated: How I Became a Champion [Hardcover]

    at Amazon...$15.24 Unstoppable: From Underdog to Undefeated: How I Became a Champion: Anthony Robles,Austin Murphy: 9781592407774: Amazon.com: Books

    The powerful and inspiring story of an all-American wrestler who defied the odds.
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    The Macine by Joe Posnanski.

    Its a memoir type book of the 1975 Cincinnati Reds

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    I may be the last person in the U.S. to read "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown, just finished it over the weekend.

    Not that impressed, but maybe my standards were too high given how many copies have been sold.

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    Life and Death are Wearing Me Out by Mo Yan.

    It's a story of the torture and murder of a benevolent landowner and his reincarnation as a donkey and other various animals. Set around the 1950's or so, it's largely a commentary on China's political movement and social development.

    Mo Yan rcv'd the Nobel Prize for literature. Next up will be another of his books Red Sorghum.

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    I just started the new Dan Brown book, Inferno. From what I gather so far, it is going to be remarkable similar to his other books, lots of twists/turns and "ah-ha" moments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flop The Nuts View Post
    I may be the last person in the U.S. to read "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown, just finished it over the weekend.

    Not that impressed, but maybe my standards were too high given how many copies have been sold.
    I like Dan Brown, but did not like the DaVinci Code. If you liked that style of writing however, I would recommend his book "The Lost Symbol". I thoroughly enjoyed it and must say, the "bad" guy in the book is one of the best I have come across

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    Just finished The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn. I would love for others to read it and start a discussion on another thread. I would especially like Spider and ODH to read it. It is an easy read. Although most is true and footnoted, it is written in story form.

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