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  1. For all that I love to read, I don’t have an answer to your question right now. Maybe, if times were really tight, I would retreat to the Edgar Rice Burroughs books (especially the Barsoom series) I loved as a preteen and teen. Not great literature, but I loved them.
    Alana would love to share..Irises of the Finger LakesMy Profile

    • Hmmmm…. Which one, which one…. I like his middle books better than his early ones or later ones. Lords and Ladies is a good one for the witches, as is Wyrd Sisters. The first TP book I ever read is Moving Pictures, so I have a special fondness for that one. Reaper Man just might be my favorite Death book, although Hogfather is especially myffic. You have so much pleasure in store for you!
      Marian Allen would love to share..SAGEMy Profile

  2. 3 men is a wonderful confection. And I always think of opening cans. My dear Mommy tried that one day while I was away, and she had about 14 can openers laid out on the counter alongside a can of Chef Boyardee. I hadn’t even known we had that many openers! And she’d tried each one! Including the stabby one we don’t let our kids even know exists anymore. NB: No injuries (other than to the can) were recorded at this event. That was one beat up can!

    Lately, the book that’s made the most impression on me has been Steven Mithen’s “After the Ice.” Highly recommended.

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