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Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

I read this for a book group, otherwise I would not have picked it up. I was not particularly keen to read it, mainly because blockbuster novels are usually quite rubbish, what with the general public having such poor taste … Continue reading

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Why is the Penis Shaped Like That? by Jesse Bering

  If you do not feel that you are not particularly interested in the shape of penises, don’t let the title of this book put you off. The subtitle is “… and other reflections on being human” which is a … Continue reading

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Thinking, Fast and Slow book group discussion questions

  On Monday my book group, the Las Vegas Learn Something Book Group meets at the Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant to discuss Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. Here are the questions we will use to keep the discussion … Continue reading

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