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    What to curl up with this week...

    From the New York Times best sellers list.

    Also, I have included the link for each book to purchase online from Amazon.com. If you purchase through the links I have provided, the FORT will benifit financially.

    Happy Reading all

    HARDCOVER FICTION
    Top 5 at a Glance

    1.CROSSROADS OF TWILIGHT , by Robert Jordan
    2.THE LOVELY BONES , by Alice Sebold
    3.SONS OF FORTUNE , by Jeffrey Archer {{only the Audio Cassette version is available at this time.
    4. THE ARRAIGNMENT , by Steve Martini
    5.FOUR BLIND MICE , by James Patterson

    HARDCOVER NONFICTION
    Top 5 at a Glance

    1.[color= BLUE]THE SAVAGE NATION [/color] , by Michael Savage
    2.[color= BLUE]THE RIGHT MAN [/color] , by David Frum
    3.[color= BLUE]WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH MY LIFE? [/color] by Po Bronson
    4.[color= BLUE]LEADERSHIP [/color] , by Rudolph W. Giuliani with Ken Kurson
    5.[color= BLUE]BUSH AT WAR [/color] , by Bob Woodward

    PAPERBACK FICTION
    Top 5 at a Glance

    1.THE SUMMONS , by John Grisham
    2.TRULY MADLY MANHATTAN , by Nora Roberts
    3.THE HOURS , by Michael Cunningham
    4.EVERYTHING'S EVENTUAL
    5.THE PENWYTH CURSE , by Catherine Coulter

    PAPERBACK NONFICTION
    Top 5 at a Glance

    1.LAST DANCE, LAST CHANCE , by Ann Rule
    2.CATCH ME IF YOU CAN , by Frank W. Abagnale with Stan Redding
    3.FINDING FISH , by Antwone Quenton Fisher with Mim Eichler Rivas
    4.LUCKY , by Alice Sebold
    5.SEABISCUIT , by Laura Hillenbrand

    PAPERBACK ADVICE
    Top 5 at a Glance

    1.DR. ATKINS' NEW DIET REVOLUTION , Robert C. Atkins
    2.THE NEW GLUCOSE REVOLUTION, by Jennie Brand-Miller, Thomas M. S. Wolever, Kaye Foster-Powell and Stephen Colagiuri
    3.WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTING , by Heidi Murkoff, Arlene Eisenberg and Sandee Hathaway
    4.RICH DAD, POOR DAD , by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter
    5.8 MINUTES IN THE MORNING , by Jorge Cruise
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    I'm still cruzing through "The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara, Antrax" by Terry Brooks

    if I ever get off the FORT

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    I'm not a real big reader, but I've heard that Finding Fish is a great book. Much better than the movie.

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    For some odd reason, I thought this would be a totally different subject...
    "George Oscar Bluth II, aka GOB, featured magician in the best selling videotape, "Girls With Low Self Esteem" invites you to enter his world.
    -- Arrested Development, Season III

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    bill. me too

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    well, if I had put

    "top selling books" or "new york best sellers list" as the title, would you have even looked? Sometimes having a marketing degree does pay off.
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    "The fastest way to succeed is to look as if you're playing by somebody else's rules, while quietly playing by your own."

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    I read lovely bones it was great! I wish they would make it a movie! There now it fits the forum! h he he

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    I've read "The Lovely Bones" too. It's a book that you cannot put down.It's excellent!

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    I couldn't get my hands on a copy of "Lovely Bones" so I picked up "Lucky" instead. I'll probably start it this weekend.
    Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.

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