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CollectionsYour library (592), Wishlist (1), All collections (593)

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TagsETO (88), Pacific War (87), Bio (82), Russia (43), Outdoors (42), Disc (37), Tech (34), Fiction (32), Pre WW1 (30), WW1 (23) — see all tags

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About meFather of 2 boys. Reading, shooting, gardening, fishing.

About my libraryHistory is the area of greatest interest. Fiction is a streaky thing for me, some years none, some years lots. The one fiction author that I never miss is Terry Pratchett.

Groups75 Books Challenge for 2013, All Things Discworldian - The Guild of Pratchett Fans

Favorite authorsC. J. Cherryh, Jared Diamond, John Keegan, Louis L'Amour, W. Bruce Lincoln, Walter Lord, William Manchester, Robert K. Massie, Samuel Eliot Morison, Terry Pratchett, Cornelius Ryan, Barbara W. Tuchman (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresThe Brainery, The Old Library Bookshop

Real nameMichael

LocationLehigh Valley, PA

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Member sinceMar 23, 2009

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Been a long time since I read it, but as I recall, it was pretty interesting.
Thank you for saying so!

You might be interested in my review of the new Zhukov biography over at OpenLettersMonthly:

Best wishes,
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