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Old 04-27-2010, 11:08 PM   #48
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Not so much, I'm a know airhead, anyway...



Funny, I read it about once a year, for some obscure reason. It's the kind of book that gives you a peaceful ride, entertaining, not too shaky, and with the perferct pace for me - it does't make me fall asleep in less than 30 min and it won't keep me up late because I can't let it go either.

Anyway, I think that any book needs to be read at the good moment. There is a chemistry between me an a book that is completely unexplainable - it clicks or it doesn't, but I never force the relationship. Quite often, the books that are not a match with me at a given moment will be perfect a year or two after. So I won't force my participation in the club, I'll just navigate alongside of it...
Yeah connections with books are weird. I know a lot of people love GWTW - and I just can't find a connection with it. I have tried and tried and still don't like it. But then again - that's a good thing. How could we talk about books if we all like it the same?
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