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Bringing Down the House is a great book, especially if you have any interest in gambling.  I highly recommend it.  I've been readying light, fluffy books this summer.  I just finished Bergdorf Blondes, and before that I read the Shopaholic series.  If any of you girls are looking for a quick, entertaining, thoughtless read, I recommend them all.
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  I read the back of my honey nut Cheerios box this morning, highly recommend it!  Great source of fiber and even lowers your cholesterol!

  (just read both Da Vinci and Angels and Demons...i think i did it backwards but wutever...some good chit anyway if your into that sorta thing.... also reread Brave New world while i was on vacation, not the Soma induced kind either)

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Oh, I forgot to mention Chomsky's Objectivity and Liberal Scholarship.

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just finished Love is a Racket by John Ridley, just started Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk, halfway through Celine's Death on the Installment Plan, and my next will be Good Omens by Neil Gaiman, Diary by Chuck Palahniuk, and i always keep a copy of one of Charles Bukowski's poetry or short stories nearby. 

People need to stop reading law-related books in the few months left before school starts.  seriously, stop that.
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Unnatural Law by David Boyd

It's all about how the Canadian government has done a piss poor job in enacting and enforcing effective environmental policies. 
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the last book i read was conferdacy of dunces, by john kennedy toole. 

very humorous.

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My Life by Bill Clinton
Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco
and, of course, Princeton Reviews Guide to "Cracking the LSAT"

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Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco

Ah, a great one. The rich man's DaVinci Code.

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The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (Haruki Murakami)
McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales
The Power Broker (Robert Caro)
The Very Hungry Caterpillar (Eric Carle)

I'm babysitting my niece this afternoon. She seems to prefer Carle's earlier work, but you never can tell with these preverbal types.

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Bringing Down the House is a great book, especially if you have any interest in gambling.  I highly recommend it.  I've been readying light, fluffy books this summer.  I just finished Bergdorf Blondes, and before that I read the Shopaholic series.  If any of you girls are looking for a quick, entertaining, thoughtless read, I recommend them all.


Did you by chance read The Devil Wears Prada?  I'm wondering if I should.