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Offline Desert Fox

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Re: Rate the last book you just read
« Reply #465 on: October 23, 2014, 11:15:35 AM »
The Ebony Exodus Project sounds interesting as hell on Amazon and my local library actually has it. . . .I just put a copy on hold.
Im delighted!
Its one of those books that makes me want to write a thank you note to the author.
She doesnt edit the interview dialogue very much but lets it all hang out so we see these women arent all perfect logical beings but atheists figuring stuff out.

Just got it from the library and glad to see it is not some super dense thing. . . .Probably can read in one sitting
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Re: Rate the last book you just read
« Reply #466 on: October 24, 2014, 02:55:47 PM »
The Ebony Exodus Project sounds interesting as hell on Amazon and my local library actually has it. . . .I just put a copy on hold.
Im delighted!
Its one of those books that makes me want to write a thank you note to the author.
She doesnt edit the interview dialogue very much but lets it all hang out so we see these women arent all perfect logical beings but atheists figuring stuff out.
Show off.
Just got it from the library and glad to see it is not some super dense thing. . . .Probably can read in one sitting
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