Book-coveting

I do a lot of window shopping for books, taking photos of new ones that have my interest so I can check on reviews, prices, etc. later on when I don’t have a hot coffee in hand.   I noticed just recently that I have ten recent photos, which is juuuuust right for a list!

If I had to pick three most-likely candidates from this list, they would be Shotguns and Stagecoaches,   Ticker,  and Plight of the Living Dead.

..whoops. Ten pictures, eleven books. 

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Citizen, librarian, reader with a boundless wonder for the world and a curiosity about all the beings inside it.
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8 Responses to Book-coveting

  1. mudpuddle says:

    some good stuff, there… the Alan Watts, in particular… i've read a few of his books and he's a smart guy, but a bit amoral for my taste… standard Zen is not quite as flamboyant as he is; but it's impossible to read one of his works without acquiring a curiousity and a bit of familiarity with Zen: there are better books, and quite complex ones, but the basic idea is quite simple… having to do with reality, mostly…

  2. Stephen says:

    He's not someone I've read. I think it was the title which mostly got my attention.

  3. CyberKitten says:

    I've added the Bruce Schneier to my Wish List. Thinking about the Zombie book. It's publish by Penguin which is nearly always a very good sign… Oh, and I picked up the sequel to the Silk Roads book this weekend as a half price hardback (bargain!)…

  4. CyberKitten says:

    The New Silk Roads: The Present & Future of the World (same author) published in 2018.

  5. Stephen says:

    Maybe it has different names in the US and UK?

  6. CyberKitten says:

    Nope, I don't think so. The cover mentions the previous book and how this one is different.

  7. Stephen says:

    Huh. Looks interesting, given the Chinese connection.

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