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post #109 of 125
Thanks 'Cipher' will check it out.
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@jbishop15 so far The Art of Fielding is great, but I had to put it on hold to finish Four Fish. I borrowed it from a friend and he wants it back.

I learned about it (The Art of Fielding) from the Inside the PGA Tour with Roberto Castro. He has a website called all things that are good. He raves about this book, and if anyone is into music he has some great insights on his favorite record stores around the country.

P.S. Finished LSW last week, and it was amazing. I will be posting a review shortly.
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@jbishop15 so far The Art of Fielding is great, but I had to put it on hold to finish Four Fish. I borrowed it from a friend and he wants it back.

I learned about it (The Art of Fielding) from the Inside the PGA Tour with Roberto Castro. He has a website called all things that are good. He raves about this book, and if anyone is into music he has some great insights on his favorite record stores around the country.

P.S. Finished LSW last week, and it was amazing. I will be posting a review shortly.
'Fielding' is really good. Glad you're reading it and are liking it.

Might reread it, actually, now that I'm finally finished with 'For Whom the Bell Tolls'.
post #112 of 125
Just read The Captain about Jeter & The Breaks of the Game. TBOTG Is one of the best sports books I've ever read. Highly recommend it. The Captain is very good too.
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I just finished reading The Scarlet Letter, and am currently reading "A world lit only by fire; the medieval mind and the renaissance, portrait of an age".

Plus I just ordered Lowest score wins, so I am about to startreading that once it comes in.

post #114 of 125

Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt. 

post #115 of 125

 The theme song from "Sophia The First" as I sit here watching my 3 yr old grand daughter.

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 The theme song from "Sophia The First" as I sit here watching my 3 yr old grand daughter.

I need more coffee, this should be in; "What are you listening to right now". ........................What a bone head!

post #117 of 125

Just started Gary Levine's "Skull Shot" on the bus to work this morning. So far, so good! He started a thread in the Grill Room, offering to let any of us download it for free:

 

http://thesandtrap.com/t/73697/free-golf-novel

post #118 of 125

I'll be starting John Irving's In One Person as soon as I finish the last few chapters of James Michener's Space. I've said this a million times on here, but I'll say it again, John Irving is one of the greatest novelists of all time. I think he's right up there in the same pantheon as Charles Dickens. I'm so happy to be rediscovering him in recent years. In my younger day's I read The World According to Garp, The Cider House Rules, A Prayer for Owen Meany and The Hotel New Hampshire so many times the covers fell off. Earlier in the year I read Until I find You for the first time and fell in love with his writing all over again. Every time I finish one of his novels I feel as though I've become a better person with a greater capacity to love. Seriously good shit! :-P

post #119 of 125

Just started reading 'The Great Political Theories: From the French Revolution to Modern Times', edited by Michael Curtis. 

 

Not sure how long its going to take me to get through, considering my senior year of college starts on Monday. But it'll get read one way or another. 

post #120 of 125
The Hot Zone by Richard Preston.

All you want to know about Ebola
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Outliers: The Story of Success, by Malcolm Gladwell. In Outliers, Gladwell examines the factors that contribute to high levels of success.

 

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post #123 of 125

"Pym" by Mat Johnson. Really excellent bit of fiction. 

post #124 of 125

The Crossroads of Twilight, by Robert Jordan

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I just finished reading The Scarlet Letter, and am currently reading "A world lit only by fire; the medieval mind and the renaissance, portrait of an age".

Plus I just ordered Lowest score wins, so I am about to startreading that once it comes in.

 

Awesome read. Lots of information for a relatively short book.

 

Just finished Nixonland by Rick Perlstein and just got his follow-up, The Invisible Bridge. I'll get to that after I finish Wild Tales by Graham Nash.

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