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Loup
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What's on your quarantine reading list?
Currently reading Jim Bridger: Mountain Man by Stanley Vestal.

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Empire of the Summer Moon about the rise and fall of the Comanches is next.

Any recommendations?
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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
Classics that I've never read. Next on my list is where the red ferns grows. I've never read it. Along with the old man and the sea.

I got some Faulkner books on the shelf I've never read as well.


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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
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Next on my list is where the red ferns grows.


I remember crying like a little girl when I read that one. Great book. I need to find my copy and give it to my nephews.

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Faulkner


I just finished "The Bear" recently. I'd like to read more of his stuff but they are usually some deep reads.


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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
I read the sound and the fury a few months ago and it was definitely a slow read. Great story but it's a grueling adjustment to make.


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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
One Second After


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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?

The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl

Timothy Egan


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MountainTiger
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
Home Distilling


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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
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Home Distilling


I've been making lime wine a lot. Puts you on your arse quick


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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
dr mary and her monkeys
10,000 days of thunder


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kook
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
recipe?


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Loup
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
Skeeter Pee Recipe

I sub lime juice for the lemon juice. I keb/carbonate it and salt a glass rim and serve over ice.

I've played with the recipe a bit and have made it over 10% ABV. I usually back sweeten with less sugar than recommended.
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Stitches
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
Old Man and the Sea is really good. All of Hemingway’s books are good, but all end in very weird ways. Borderline depressing.


Captain Ray
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
I took out my copy of the call of the wild to refresh my memory fore going see it \. It was a childhood favorite but that was like 50 years ago


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JamalSanders
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
Working through the Bond books currently.


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Outdoorreb
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
Empire of the Summer Moon is on the coffee table right now. Just waiting on the mandatory quarantine.


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Yewkindewit
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
Starting with Genesis in the Old Testament. As a Catholic, I never really read the Bible. So, here I go!


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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
That’s a tough way to do it my dude. People tend to get bogged down in Exodus and Leviticus, and then just give up. I was raised Baptist, and was all set to be confirmed Catholic at the Easter Vigil until that was canceled.

I would get a good study Bible, and download an app that gives you the daily mass readings. Read those and then whatever notes are given with the study Bible on those scriptures. That way you’ll get a good dose of OT and NT each day, and mix it up.

I recommend the Ignatius Study Bible with notes by Scott Hahn. The issue is that it’s NT only.

The New Catholic Answers Bible is a good complete Bible. Has a lot of pages on answering questions that Protestants struggle with, like devotion to Mary, Purgatory, no contraceptives, etc.

Just my advice, take it for what you will.


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GREENHEAD22
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
Long beards, working at the lease and specks and reds if the weather cooperates.


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magicman534
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
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Empire of the Summer Moon


Just read that in December. Kind of eye opening and hard to read at some points to due the graphic nature. Good read though.

I’ve read “the great alone”, the gray man series about court gentry, and all six of the lisbeth salander books (1st is girl with the dragon tattoo) All great reads.


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DirtyMikeandtheBoys
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re: What's on your quarantine reading list?
I highly recommend any of Steven Rinellas books


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