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oh, I love detective and fantasy ones preferably...But i also go on with self management books too... Books only can teach man more and also give pure joy, when you haven't got a living company....

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I carry a book wherever I go; and when an opportunity arises, take it out from my bag and give myself a treat!

Gareth on 4/12/2011 5:40:19 AM

I estimate that I have bought about 100 copies of "The Collected Short Stories of Saki" in the last 30 years. The longest they ever stay with me is about a week ... then they get passed on to whomever I feel deserves them (or left on the bus, or in a cafe, with a note saying "Read Me"). However, there are one Saki story I have not read. I can't bring myself to read it ... then there would be nothing left ... and I couldn't bear that.