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Old 03-21-2006   #16 (permalink)
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Nothing at the moment but soon I will be reading my "Flight Operations Manuel" (for work), got some recurrent training comin up!
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The Grizzly Maze - about the guy who lived with the bears in Alaska and eventually was killed and eaten by them -

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The Grizzly Maze - about the guy who lived with the bears in Alaska and eventually was killed and eaten by them -

Wow, has a good ending, eh?
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So how does one get English books in Playa besides mules? Maybe there lies a biz op..
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Autobiography of a Fat Bride by Laurie Notaro. Hilarious!
HA! That's the next book I'll be reading...right now, it's Laurie Notaro's first book, The Idiot Girls' Action-Adventure Club. I like that she is from Phoenix, so it's neat to read about things/places that I'm very familiar with. She is a GREAT writer...very light and funny!
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I read that. TOO funny. There's also a prequel to it, about her college days, I think....
You're right...it's the one I'm reading right now...The Idiot Girls' Action Adventure Club. It's soooooo funny!
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Just starting "Cell" by Stephen King
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The Lost World of Quintana Roo......Actaully reading it for the second time.
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The TV Guide.
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A Salty Piece of Land by Jimmy Buffett. This book is all about the Yucatan. It's very good. I recommend it.
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Old 03-21-2006   #26 (permalink)
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So glad to see this thread.

Right now reading "The Secret Mulroney Tapes" by Peter C. Newman.

BUT---the last book I read was "Digital Fortress" by Dan Brown.

Has anybody cracked the code on the page following the Epilogue page?

It is driving me crazy

Here it is --

128-10-93-85-10-128-98-112-6-6-25-126-39-1-68-78


HELP
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My Family and other animals: Durrell, Gerald. But its going very slow since I can't seem to stay of this forum
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I also picked up Eat, Pray and Love, by Elizabeth Gilbert (Bios are my favorite)
Have you read this one yet? I just read a review and can't wait to read it.
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I'm finally reading A Salty Piece of Land, by Jimmy Buffet. I brought to Playa but I never got a chance to read there.
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The author was on the Today Show this morning. Very interesting lady.

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