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WELL it took 5 years, but I finally got around to finishing reading that book

Bought [i]The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat[/i] years ago, but kept restarting it, and just now finally finished. Really interesting assortment of abnormal neurological case studies. At this exact moment though it just feels good to finish reading some thing that’s not for school.
[@1250980,WhateverWorks] Sam Kean writes well too. His is like reading a story someone is telling. I have both his The Violinist's Thumb and The Disappearing Spoon. I also want The Bastard Brigade as well.
WhateverWorks · 36-40
I just looked up The Disappointing Spoon as a start. I like it very much and have found my next book to dive into. 😀 thank you for the recommendation. [@406636,causernamebemyusername]
[@1250980,WhateverWorks] I love both science and history so the combo works for me. I hope you like it. :)
MyNameIsHurl · 41-45, F
Yeah I should do that too, I just read so much crap for school, ugh. Like 4 chapters a week lately
WhateverWorks · 36-40
[@41071,MyNameIsHurl] I’m with you. My brain starts to get melty at a certain point.

 
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