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The science fiction novel revolves around a school that educates promising young minds in the art of persuasion. These young people become powerful "poets" who are able to manipulate and kill through the power of words.      -Sarah L. #NEATE Book Review

At an exclusive school somewhere outside of Arlington, Virginia, students aren't taught history, geography, or mathematics--at least not .

Underrated author.

Underrated author.

A must read for anyone with an interest in the power of words.

A must read for anyone with an interest in the power of words.

Lexicon - Max Barry  At an exclusive school somewhere outside of Arlington, VA, students aren't taught history, geography, or mathematics -- at least not in the usual sense. They are taught to persuade, to use language to manipulate minds, to wield words as weapons.

Lexicon - Max Barry At an exclusive school somewhere outside of Arlington, VA, students aren't taught history, geography, or mathematics -- at least not in the usual sense. They are taught to persuade, to use language to manipulate minds, to wield words as weapons.

Lexicon

Lexicon

We see what we want

We see what we want

Make Me: A Jack Reacher Novel

Make Me: A Jack Reacher Novel

Make Me: A Jack Reacher Novel by Lee Child. When he teams up with Michelle Chang, Jack Reacher finds himself involved in a private investigation that has turned lethal.

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Rudolph de Harak record album design, 1955. "Beecham Berlioz Overtures" LP

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This is a great book if you're interested in hearing Jimmy talk about his musical career. It's a really fabulous read.

“I just read them for fun." "Dictionaries?" "Yes." "That doesn't sound like fun. That sounds awful." "Awful used to mean 'full of awe.' The same meaning as awesome. I learned that from a dictionary." He blinked. "See?" She said. "Fun.”  ― Max Barry, Lexicon

“I just read them for fun." "Dictionaries?" "Yes." "That doesn't sound like fun. That sounds awful." "Awful used to mean 'full of awe.' The same meaning as awesome. I learned that from a dictionary." He blinked. "See?" She said. "Fun.” ― Max Barry, Lexicon