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Snowmaven

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My recent reads from iBook store
- The Tipping Point
- The Secret Life of Bees
- Shakespears (free!)

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tdmsu

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Horns by Joe Hill
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totemynote

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Just finished "The Scariest Place in the World" by James Brady about the Korean War. Just started on "Oliver Twist" (freebie - Public Domain) by Dickens. Man, I love iBooks! Kindle app is cool too but iBooks is the best. I really like the way the iPad and iPhone sync on both too.
 

Lavenderlady*w*iPad

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Ayn Rand and the World She Made by Anne Heller

Next up: Salted: A Manifesto on the World's Most Important Mineral with Recipes by Mark Bitterman

After that, The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo

I'm a very eclectic reader
 

USBill

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Zombie Spaceship Wasteland by Patton Oswalt
Lies, Damned Lies, and Science: How to Sort through the Noise around Global Warming, the Latest Health Claims, and Other Scientific Controversies

iBooks
Food Rules by Michael Pollan
 

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Just finished "The Scariest Place in the World" by James Brady about the Korean War. Just started on "Oliver Twist" (freebie - Public Domain) by Dickens. Man, I love iBooks! Kindle app is cool too but iBooks is the best. I really like the way the iPad and iPhone sync on both too.

Kindle books sync on all devices and the books are downloadable as many times as you like so you don't have to keep copies stored on your computer or whatever. Oh and you can loan kindle books to people. Kindle apps are available to just about every device out there.
 
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Bennettb

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I like to read several at once.

What the Internet is doing to our brains, the shallows.
Packing for mars
Our life in gardens
 

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