BAS wrote:A Border's going out of business ad. I've got mixed feelings about that... (YAY! More cheap books! Oh no, now the chain bookstores are having trouble... ...is it time to get a Kindle [or other reader]?)
Packoderm wrote:I'm not reading anything now. I just finished the Gaea trilogy (Titan, Wizard, Demon) by John Varley, and I'm now ruined for all books. Just like living my first burn all over again, I'd give anything to have not read the trilogy so I can read it again from afresh. The man at the used book store (who ALWAYS recommends winners) warned me that happened to him with the trilogy, and I'll be damned if it didn't happen to me.
Isotopia wrote:I'm finding 1493 as riveting as I found Guns, Germs and Steel.
Pretty compelling read for thos interested in the historical consequences that came about after Columbus discovered himself in America.
theCryptofishist wrote:I read 1491, really enjoyed. Loaned it out years ago. Maybe I should check on its status. Good to know there's more out there.
theCryptofishist wrote:I found it interesting when someone said that the kindle revolution seemed to be effecting mass market over hardbound books. Not sure if I believe it, but it gives me hope.
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