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    PPO Book Club

    Since it's going to be a long season and most of us will be looking for something to do on Sundays, a book club seemed to be the most rational answer.

    So, for our first week, we should either read Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants or Little Women... thoughts?

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    I'll read a book and join the club if you change your name to Oprah




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    Quote Originally Posted by BadlandsVikings View Post
    I'll read a book and join the club if you change your name to Oprah
    I honestly just went into 'Settings' and tried to change it... to no avail.

    Anyone want to read all 900 pages of Haruki Murakami's IQ84? That should keep us busy the rest of the season. Seriously, think I'm going to read it. Let's have a conversation about it, dudes!

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    I don't read much but I did read and highly recommend Mike Tyson's Undisputed Truth. He's lucky that he's not dead

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    Brilliant idea CMac. I think you need to bring down your suggestions by a few pages or it will be a very lonely discussion. Unless it's large font with lots of pictures, then I'm in.

    Japanese version of 1984 written recently? Predicting the past doesn't seem all that difficult.

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    We should read Keith Richard's book Life.... pretty sure everyone would dig that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mac D View Post
    We should read Keith Richard's book Life.... pretty sure everyone would dig that.

    The original title was Pickle Yourself and Never Die

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    If you really hate reading find a code for a free audible.com subscription and listen to the book. It's so much easier

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    This is the first of a 4 book series which I really like. Good read.

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    Been reading Lee Child's Jack Reacher, Daniel Silva's Gabriel Allon, and Brad Thor's Scot Harvath. All very good spy series with badass good guys. Careful or you'll be up too late or your legs will go to sleep if you're using the throne as a reading station. Not that I know anything about that.

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