100 Books You Can't Put Down.

100 Books You Can't Put Down. I've read some of these . I think I should check out the rest! I think I might need to read some of these this summer :)

Funny pictures about A digital book vs. a real book. Oh, and cool pics about A digital book vs. a real book. Also, A digital book vs. a real book.

if you're in love with running, read this

Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen: Christopher McDougall- Interesting because I never heard of Tarahumara Indians but sort of condescending on just "regular" runners.

Shantaram http://bit.ly/HKUuFy

One of the best Novel's I've ever read. Shantaram is an epic novel set in the underworld of India. It tells the story of escaped convict with a false passport who flees maximum security prison in Australia for the streets Bombay where he can disappear.

These are the 33 books everyone should read before turning 30

These are the 33 books everyone should read before turning 30

Your are a time for figuring out who you are and what you want from life. While the only way to learn is to survive the inevitable cycle of successes and failures, it is always useful to have some guidance along the way.

I have recently embarked on a journey to 'Merry Hall,' a novel written by Beverley Nichols more than 50 years ago. It is a whimsical look at the writer's adventures of restoring a country house and garden in post-war England. I am checking it out as a possible choice for when it is my turn to select the book and host the discussion for the July meeting of our book group.

A hoot and a half to read, this is the first book in the Merry Hall Trilogy by Beverly Nichols. It's a semi-autobiographical read of him purchasing and refurbishing a run down manor right after WWII in England.

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