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Discuss Recent reads? at the Non Wrestling Talk within the Wrestling Talk Forums; Originally Posted by ODH Just finished "Neither Here nor There" by Bill Bryson, who is ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ODH View Post
    Just finished "Neither Here nor There" by Bill Bryson, who is a great travel writer and it is a laugh out loud funny book. And "Cheyenne Moon" by Larry McMurtry, one of my favorite authors.
    Currently reading "Rabbit is Rich" by John Updike as part of my quest to read all of the Pulitzer Prize winning fiction books.
    Did you mean Commanche Moon? Read it before Nov. Comanche Moon" (2007) (mini)
    Elizabeth Banks ... Maggie
    Toby Metcalf ... Ranger Lee Hitch
    Keith Robinson ... Joshua Deets
    rest of cast listed alphabetically:

    Val Kilmer ... Inish Scull

    Linda Cardellini ... Clara Forsythe

    Melanie Lynskey ... Pearl Coleman

    Rachel Griffiths ... Inez Scull

    Karl Urban ... Woodrow F. Call

    Adam Beach ... Blue Duck

    Steve Zahn ... Gus McCrae

    Indira Varma ... Therese Wanz

    Wes Studi ... Buffalo Hump

    Ryan Merriman ... Jake Spoon

    Ray McKinnon ... Bill Coleman
    Kristine Sutherland ... Elmira Forsythe
    James Rebhorn ... Gov. Elisha Pease

    Brad Johnson ... Col. Tom Soult
    Buck Taylor ... Ben Lily

    Eddie Spears ... Quannah Parker

    Joseph Castanon ... Newt
    Steve Reevis ... Worm

    Sal Lopez ... Ahumado

    Troy Baker ... Pea Eye Parker
    "I like my antiques new " - Steve Martin

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    Actually I meant to say "Leaving Cheyenne"
    I read Comanche Moon already and loved it. It is the prequel to Lonesome Dove.

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    "Good to Great" is a fantastic book if you are interested theories behind why some companies succeed and why some fail (other than the obvious reasons).

    I may read the Al Gore book as well. Even though I intensely dislike that fat duck, he and I probably are in agreement about many of the Bush administration's failures.

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    Just finished "The Difference Maker" by Maxwell. Listening to "Leadership" by Lee Iacoca now, a little too much Bush bashing for no reason in the beginning which makes it hard to get through. About to start "Good to Great" and "Success on Your Own Terms."

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