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13 February 2005 ... Books and Reading

The Un-read Book Shelf

The Books on my Un-read shelf:

I'm not even going to go into the hundreds of eBooks that I've got waiting for me on my hard drive! :)

And I'm currently reading a whole host of randomness!

I was reading PoemCrazy, but then the impulse buy at B&N was Julia Cameron's The Sound of Paper, so now I'm reading both in little bits.

At work I'm going through Roger Zelazny's Chronicles of Amber. Currently on #8. Every guy I've talked to who has read this set, loves it. They are action based books, which is probably why the gentlemen enjoy them. The story line is exciting, and they are pretty quick reads since you don't want to put them down.

Also making my way through Drawing the Line: Science and the Case for Animal Rights by Steven M. Wise. This is a very interesting book, once you get past the introductory chapters. Wise is proposing that certain animals should qualify for legal personhood (and the rights that go along with that) based on their intelligence, Mirror Self-Recognition tests and other criteria. Good, smart reading!

Also randomly reading Darwin's Origin of Species. Still. For what, four months? haha. And The Year's Best SciFi #19. And a couple of magazines. And sometimes I get out the TreePad User Guide, and the PagePlus User Guide.

Is it any wonder why it takes me months to finish a book? :)

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