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The Great Indian Novel - Shashi Tharoor

The Great Indian Novel - Shashi Tharoor

The Grand Sophy - Georgette Heyer - I love Georgette Heyer's regency romances.

The Grand Sophy - Georgette Heyer - I love Georgette Heyer's regency romances.

The Essential Epicurus (Great Books in Philosophy) by Epicurus “Epicurus was the first philosopher to say that pleasure was the most important thing in life. People took him to mean sensual pleasure and the word ‘epicurean’ has been linked to gluttony ever since. But read the real Epicurus and you’ll see that his idea of leasure was quite immaterial; in fact, it was all about having a group of good friends and reading books together outdoors.”

The Essential Epicurus (Great Books in Philosophy) by Epicurus “Epicurus was the first philosopher to say that pleasure was the most important thing in life. People took him to mean sensual pleasure and the word ‘epicurean’ has been linked to gluttony ever since. But read the real Epicurus and you’ll see that his idea of leasure was quite immaterial; in fact, it was all about having a group of good friends and reading books together outdoors.”

The Yellow Story Book by Enid Blyton

The Yellow Story Book by Enid Blyton

Inspired in equal parts by Robert Browning’s poem, “Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came,” J.R.R. Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings, and Sergio Leone’s spaghetti Western classics, The Dark Tower series is an epic of Arthurian proportions. It is Stephen King’s magnum opus, and is the center of his amazing creative universe.

Inspired in equal parts by Robert Browning’s poem, “Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came,” J.R.R. Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings, and Sergio Leone’s spaghetti Western classics, The Dark Tower series is an epic of Arthurian proportions. It is Stephen King’s magnum opus, and is the center of his amazing creative universe.

The book to read is not the one that thinks for you but the one that makes you think.  Harper Lee

The book to read is not the one that thinks for you but the one that makes you think. Harper Lee

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