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Member: neurodrew

CollectionsYour library (348), Folio Society Books (23), Franklin Library (4), Read but unowned (13), E-books (36), All collections (366)

Reviews355 reviews

Tagsfiction (72), history (62), philosophy (50), historical fiction (25), religion (20), mystery (16), physics (13), neuroscience (13), mathematics (13), science (13) — see all tags

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About meA practicing neurologist, I have always loved books and valued reading as the greatest pleasure. I buy far more books than I have time to read, because I also play the violin, do ballroom dancing, running and carpentry in my spare time. I have wanted to be a writer and a philosopher, but have not found the discipline

About my libraryThese are all books that I have read, and written comments on. I have been keeping a list of books for about 10 years, my reading history extends greatly before that.

Groups75 Books Challenge for 2013, Folio Society devotees

Real nameAndrew J. Dutka MD

LocationRockville, MD

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Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/neurodrew (profile)
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Member sinceMar 4, 2007

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Thanks for your recommendation. I just bought 'Reading in the brain' and I will start reading it soon.
Re your review of Birdsong, the last British Army survivor of WWI died in 2010. There is one man who served in the navy who is still alive (he is British, but lives in Australia). I don't know the position for American soldiers.
Hi there

I am a musician as well. I saw your review on "Stillborn God." I am enjoying it, but I would rather read a book that has more of a story line to it. I am only at the beginning of the book. I do find some of his points quite intersting. What are you reading now?
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