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Posted: 11/23/15 06:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Let's share book ideas!

I'm currently reading Huckleberry Finn. Haven't read it since I was a kid and, no surprise, it's a lot more complex than I remembered [emoticon]. And a good traveling book!

Also highly recommended, from my just-finished pile, Motoring with Mohammed. It's nothing about war -- it's a travelogue from the 80s, about Yemen. Beautifully written.


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I am currently reading the biography of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman.


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Gosh, that's a tough one. There's just so much really good stuff out there, including as ebooks online from the public library.

BTW, the combination of RVing and mystery seems to be growing. Kind of fun to do a search for "RV mysteries" on Amazon ebooks.

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I'm reading the RV.NET Forum, and sometimes I wonder why. [emoticon]

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Posted: 11/23/15 07:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I've just started David Baldacci's Memory Man

A nonfiction book that I highly recommend is Paul Ingrassia's Engines of Change: A History of the American Dream in Fifteen Cars

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I am reading "My life and work" by Henry Ford

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RV Net, Facebook, newspapers, and a bunch of free e-books from Overdrive, courtesy of my local free public library. Mostly mysteries, and suspense,reading not for education or quality, just to pass time. Nice part is that there are hundreds of thousands of e-books out there for free, and we can access and download from anywhere there is internet access. During my career, I had to read so much and so fast, now I read for entertainment.


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Generally in the winter I read between 30 and 40 books, some novels, historical and from many authors..

Boundary Waters william kent krueger
Starvation Lake bryan gruley
Tin Roof Blowdown James lee burke
The Bully Pulpit Doris Goodwin

on and on .......... All are hard backs as I have a kindle but don't like it.


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Reading the Blue Horizon. It's a historical non-fiction research book about the history of naval travel for the last 50,000 years of mankind. Travel began in East Asia long before the last ice age only 14000 years ago, and sea levels were much lower than now so there was so much more land between islands.


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I'm currently "reading" (actually, I've gone to "listening" most of the time) The Lincoln Lawyer. Just finished the first of Shelby Foote's Civil War trilogy, which I've wanted to read forever. Taking a break before part 2.


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