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    Quick question - while buying the last installment of Harry Potter for my son
    - I picked up the PTO guide by Donald Miller. Is this worth reading -
    it says it's a companion guide to the History Channel series?
    This book is quite good - not as detailed as I would like - my
    knowledge of the PTO from school was let's just say quite poor
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    Currently reading Michael Fredson's Hood Canal from Arcadia Press' images of America series. I love this series of books for the many black and white images of the way things used to look in various neighborhoods, or regions as the case may be, in places I used to live or currently live. See www.arcadiapublishing.com for a list of titles in this and several other series.
    What do you get when you cross a riddle with a rhetorical question?

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    The Battle for God by Karen Armstrong.

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    The Brothers Bulger: Howie Carr
    The Name of the Wind: Patrick Rothfuss
    The Elric Saga part IV: Michael Moorcock
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    Quote Originally Posted by robpost3 View Post
    The Brothers Bulger: Howie Carr
    The Name of the Wind: Patrick Rothfuss
    The Elric Saga part IV: Michael Moorcock
    The Brother Bulgers by Howie Carr - great book - every liberal in the US should read this
    Does anyone have a favorite book about the PTO?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy View Post
    Does anyone have a favorite book about the PTO?
    The Naked and the Dead.

    Reading Guadalcanal right now.
    What do you get when you cross a riddle with a rhetorical question?

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    Just finished Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD Sullivan View Post
    The Battle for God by Karen Armstrong.
    Excellent history lesson. Shows how these things go back and forth.....
    'I'm smelling a whole lot of 'if' coming off this plan"

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    The Brother Bulgers by Howie Carr - great book - every liberal in the US should read this

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    No Better Place to Die - The Battle of Stones River by Peter Cozzens.

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