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Old 09-17-2012, 08:09 PM   #13
Jozawun
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Pretty sure that nos 225/236/237 by Stephenson, Coelho and Bradbury ain't non-fiction - though each of them are rattling good yarns.
No. 16 by Marshall McLuhan is a blast from the past - wonder what the old boy would make of the 21st Century internet.
No. 13 - Salt by Kurlansky should have been interesting, but wasn't, thanks to some writing that never reached the heights of pedestrian.
And, of course, a bit of pseudoscience never hurt anyone, so by all means don't miss no. 5 The Meme Machine (Popular Science) - by Susan Blackmore and Richard Dawkins.
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