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I have to vote for Brave New World.
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I also vote for Brave New World
He so buried himself in his books that he spent the nights...and the days...[reading]; and so, from little sleep and much reading, his brains dried up and he lost his wits. ~~~Don Quixote
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So is there going to be a discussion on Brave New World?
"Live slow, die eventually, leave an indifferently attractive corpse. That's my motto." - David Mitchell
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I'm new here and this book club looks wonderful! I'm not sure how it all works, however, or so. Are you discussing Brave New World for February, then? Does that mean you are reading it now and will discuss it, or you read and disucss at the same time?
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