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About meI am an engineer by training and profession but my grand plan is to be a trainee for the role of a polymath, which explains the kind of books in my library. Movers hate me when they see the amount of books I have.
About my libraryIt consists of mathematics, electric machines, electrical engineering, physics, philosophy, writing, essays, murder mysteries, food and cooking, origami, the game of Go, Asterix and Obelix, Tintin, literature, history, religion, trivia, sports, volleyball, physical training, coaching, travel, photography books.
GroupsBooks in Books, Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Engineering Library, Mathematics, Non-Fiction Readers, Origami, Philosophy and Theory, Progressive & Liberal!, What Are You Reading Now?, Writer-readers
Favorite authorsAnthony Bourdain, Andrea Camilleri, Paulo Coelho, Frank Conroy, Hermann Hesse, Gabriel Kron, Pankaj Mishra, Iain Pears, Robert M. Pirsig, Ian Rankin, Peter Robinson, Simon Singh, Rex Stout, E. B. White, Carlos Ruiz Zafón (Shared favorites)
Favorite bookstoresCarmichael's Bookstore, Dark Star Books, Elliott Bay Book Company (Seattle), Left Bank Books, Powell's City of Books (Portland), Powell's Technical Books, Tattered Cover Book Store - Colfax Avenue (Denver), Tattered Cover Book Store - Historic LoDo
Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway
LocationTipp City, Ohio
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceSep 23, 2006
Currently readingIntuition Pumps And Other Tools for Thinking by Daniel C. Dennett
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