Books from the Past

I don’t like the idea of buying books, especially fiction, reading them once, and shelving them to collect dust. So here’s a few books I’ve already read that’s about to go on sale at Amazon or donated. Do you want one?

Plug: Don’t forget to visit your local library, their selection is always gonna be better than yours. If you’re in Boston, the Minuteman Library Network is awesome. They pretty much have everything (like audiobooks for the daily commuters) and you can request delivery of articles to the library cloest to you.

When We Were Orphans
Kazuo Ishiguro
Old School
Tobias Wolff
The Lovely Bones The Lovely Bones
Alice Sebold
Life of Pi
Yann Martel
The Chinese in America
Iris Chang
David Sedaris
Throwing the Elephant:
Zen and the Art of Managing Up
Stanley Bing
Managing Your Mind
Gillian Butler, Tony Hope
The Da Vinci Code
Dan Brown
Jack , Straight from the Gut
Jack Welch
Mere Christianity
C.S. Lewis
Didn’t Read
A Problem from Hell:
America and the Age of Genocide
Smantha Power

5 Responses to “Books from the Past”

  1. 1 Char August 19, 2006 at 11:01 pm

    Hey Mo! I’ve always wanted to read Life of Pi. I should be at church on Sunday =)

  2. 2 jennylin August 20, 2006 at 2:22 am

    hey can i snag the david sedaris book and the samantha power one?

  3. 3 paul w. kahn August 20, 2006 at 3:59 am

    ooh, are the first two (ishiguro & wolff) still available? i’ve always wanted to read those books! 🙂

  4. 4 heidi August 20, 2006 at 4:18 am

    Ooo! may i read the Lovely Bones please? 😀

  5. 5 Andy Chang August 20, 2006 at 7:56 pm

    Can I have Mere Christianity? Thanks!

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