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    Quote Originally Posted by Section2 View Post
    Reading Pillars of the Earth. It’s excellent


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    I've been working my way through the Trilogy series this year by Ken Follett. It's outstanding as well.


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    I prefer nonfiction and have two musician autobiographies for a cross-over recommendation.

    I recently finished the Beastie Boys Book written by Diamond and Horovitz, with some guest contributors. Fun read for any fans. It's part BB history, part tribute to Yauch, part homage to NYC. Now I get all the references in their lyrics, like what is a grasshopper unit and how exactly does Russell Simmons steal money.

    I'm nearing the end of Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink by Elvis Costello. Unlike the BBB, I still have no idea what's he's talking about half the time. Excellently written, but his writing style is similar to his lyrics, lots of layered meaning, etc. I really need to pay attention to catch his quips. It reads almost like he's annoyed writing it, and you're better for it.
    Jaws was never my scene, and I don't like Star Wars.

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