I guess it is time to blow the dust of that stack of unread books and get ready for the Next Dewey's Read-a-thon on April 9th. As a seasoned veteran I know I will have to stockpile junk food, chocolate and plenty of tea to make it through the night. I got lucky spot number 99 (I was really trying for 100 but didn't want to wait around)
Ted Plafker's "Doing Business in China" and I always like to include some non-fiction. I still have "Inkheart" to read and Jasper Fforde's "Thursday Next: First Among Sequels" (as usual a little late to the game with these two). I really need to add something from the classics. Any suggestions?
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