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Everything but the Squeal, John Barlow

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A fast read with many beautiful quotes. It gets you thinking about our reality, our story, what we are projecting, what is real, and how this is all a dream, an illusion. ...or maybe not ; )

A fast read with many beautiful quotes. It gets you thinking about our reality, our story, what we are projecting, what is real, and how this is all a dream, an illusion. ...or maybe not ; )

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12 Buzzy Books to Read This Summer

12 Buzzy Books to Read This Summer

Cover: Father and Son (#2 John Ray novel)

Cover: Father and Son (#2 John Ray novel)

Pasalamat festival of La Carlota for a thanksgiving of a bountiful harvest of the year round.

Pasalamat festival of La Carlota for a thanksgiving of a bountiful harvest of the year round.

Franny & Zooey  J.D. Salinger’s combo of a short story (Franny) and a novella (Zooey) takes you on a modern day quest for enlightenment. The characters are one of a kind, yet somehow no different that you and me. The dialogue is superb and the eastern philosophical themes provoke thinking as these two young Manhattanites in the late 1950s try to sort out their purpose in life.

Franny & Zooey J.D. Salinger’s combo of a short story (Franny) and a novella (Zooey) takes you on a modern day quest for enlightenment. The characters are one of a kind, yet somehow no different that you and me. The dialogue is superb and the eastern philosophical themes provoke thinking as these two young Manhattanites in the late 1950s try to sort out their purpose in life.

Dance Dance Dance (The Rat #4)  ~ Haruki Murakami  (Tanz mit dem Schafsmann)

Dance Dance Dance (The Rat #4) ~ Haruki Murakami (Tanz mit dem Schafsmann)

One of the first books that made me laugh out loud. Also very sad in parts, but so, so good. Just remember - Keep passing the open windows.

One of the first books that made me laugh out loud. Also very sad in parts, but so, so good. Just remember - Keep passing the open windows.

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