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Old 12-09-2003, 03:34 PM   #5
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Didn't you mean to say "heartily recommend" and not "hardly recommend" (which of course means the opposite)? This book was pushed a while back on the WOYP groups list, but I found its humor/satire heavy-handed. radleyp

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Originally Posted by Alexander
Heh you really didn't know, did you? NYT usually contacts me and asks me what books I am reading, the same books that are in the next Sunday book review of course

There is one book on the list that I recently read and I can hardly recommend it to anyone who likes dystopia novels. Book is called Jennifer Government by Max Barry. From Amazon:


Great book, both funny and scary!
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