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July 04, 2009

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Bill Doughty

Aloha!
You've got a fun blog, and I see a great title in your book club lineup: A Thousand Splendid Suns. Just wanted to share a July 4th review of 1776 on my blog about the Navy's Professional Reading Program, which is a list of suggested titles for women and men serving in the Navy. After seeing your cool blog, I think an earlier post: "Why Women Should Rule the World" might be more fitting. Alas, here's my blog:
Navy Reads

Sonya Unrein

Don't forget about the third Frank Bascombe title, The Lay of the Land, where you get to see how everyone turns out. Gorgeous, funny writing, and Frank doesn't disappoint.

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