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Fave book, currebtly

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What's your favorite book right now?

For me, it's still "American Sniper".


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I read a lot but can't say I have an all time fav.


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Don't have a favorite right now but am waiting for Mark Levin's new book to come out May 21....

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His books are always fascinating and very educational!!


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Done w/ American Sniper till I read it again in a year or so. My fave now is The Pacific War by John Costello, a must-read for any student of WW2. It explores in detail the politics of the USA, Japan, & Britain from Teddy Roosevelt's day onward that led to Pearl Harbor, as well as the war itself.


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The best book I've read all year is The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli. This essay review website book contains a lot of valuable lessons for people in any profession, and it's something that everyone should read at least once.


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