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Gorky Park af Martin Cruz Smith

Eileen: A Novel af Ottessa Moshfegh

Linda and Mary af Molly Rainier

The Future of Freedom: Illiberal Democracy at Home and Abroad af Fareed Zakaria

The Fountainhead af Ayn Rand

Summer People af Marge Piercy

The Edge of Normal af Carla Norton

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Om migI am a recently retired academic librarian, an avid gardener, a health enthusiast, an environmentalist, and a long-distance road cyclist.

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When I become aware of a new title that I want to read (from a review, from a conversation with a friend, etc.), it is so easy to add it to my "Wishlist" tag on LibraryThing. In this way, I make certain that I will not forget about it. In today's world, I am always near a computer that is connected to the Internet, so it is easy to get into LibraryThing and update my profile at any time. Also, browsing through the catalogs of like-minded LibraryThingers gives me ideas for new books to read. Their reading lists often inspire me to try something I might not have otherwise thought about reading. I find it especially useful when LibraryThingers rate and/or review their books. I am trying to do this with all my books.

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Om mit bibliotekI am trying to record all the books that I have ever read for pleasure. I am not including books that I read for research or academic study purposes.

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FavoritbibliotekerPalos Verdes Library District - Miraleste Library, Palos Verdes Library District - Peninsula Center Library, Redondo Beach Public Library, Torrance Public Library - Katy Geissert Civic Center Library

andre favoritterRoyce Hall, UCLA, Hammer Museum

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