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CollectionsYour library (448), Currently reading (2), To read (3), All collections (448)

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TagsMilitary History (127), Fiction (72), American History (71), Read in 2008 (66), Andrew's Recommendation (63), Read in 2007 (61), First World War (58), Biography (55), Read in 2006 (49), British History (48) — see all tags

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Recommendations3 recommendations

GroupsAmateur Historians, American Civil War, Byzantinistik, Early Reviewers, History: On learning from and writing history, Military History, Octopus Overlords, Presidential Literature, The Winston Churchill Discussion Group, world war one literature

Favorite authorsAntony Beevor, Pierre Berton, Ron Chernow, Winston S. Churchill, Joseph Conrad, Bernard Cornwell, Jared Diamond, Adrian Goldsworthy, Robert Graves, Adam Hochschild, Richard Holmes, Stephen King, Robert K. Massie, David McCullough, John Julius Norwich, Patrick O'Brian, Desmond Seward, Hew Strachan, Barbara W. Tuchman, Simon Winchester, Fareed Zakaria (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresCandlewood Books & Hobbies, George Strange's Bookmart, Pennywise Books

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Real nameAndrew

LocationBrandon, Manitoba

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 5, 2006

Currently readingThe Judgment of Paris: The Revolutionary Decade That Gave the World Impressionism by Ross King
John A: The Man Who Made Us by Richard J. Gwyn

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