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About meI am a lawyer by trade. I have loved reading from a young age. I enjoy browsing other people's bookshelves to get a sense of what other people are reading (and thus thinking about). I always wonder what conclusions other people draw from looking at the books that I have read.
About my libraryThis library is primarily my own but has some of my wife's books as well. She borrows more titles from our local library where as I enjoy the feeling of ownership over the book. The library reflects my interests in history, architecture, art, and literature. It also reflects a long-standing love of fantasy. The large number of unread books demonstrates my inability to stop buying books or asking for books as presents for birthdays and Christmas.
Favorite authorsJorge Luis Borges, Alain de Botton, Patrick French, Alexandra Fuller, Neil Gaiman, Peter Godwin, Hergé, Jane Jacobs, Steven Johnson, Robert Jordan, James A. Michener, Alan Moore, Patrick O'Brian, Arturo Pérez-Reverte, Samantha Power, Stan Sakai, William Shakespeare, Neal Stephenson, Rory Stewart (Shared favorites)
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Member sinceSep 24, 2007
Currently readingThe Honourable Company: A History of the English East India Company by John Keay
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