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Learn Raspberry Pi with Linux
David Hows, Peter Membrey
A Common Faith (The Terry Lectures Series)
John Dewey
The Gate Behind the Wall
Samuel C. Heilman
Modernity: An Introduction to Modern Societies
Don Hubert, Kenneth Thompson, David Held, Stuart Hall
Lectures on Russian Literature
Vladimir Nabokov, Владимир Набоков
The Slave Next Door: Human Trafficking and Slavery in America Today
Kevin Bales;Ron Soodalter
In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower
Marcel Proust, Christopher Prendergast, James Grieve
Jean Stewart, B.C.J.G. Knight, Suzanne Sale, Gilbert Sale, Stendhal
Atlas of the Roman World
John Matthews, Tim J. Cornell
Lord Jim
Joseph Conrad
Watchmen - Dave Gibbons, John Higgins, Alan Moore Another book with brilliant moments that tore through me, but not enough of them. By the time I was through two-thirds of it I was bored and just wanted it to end.
Did it have interesting characters? Yes. Did it have solid storytelling? Yes. Was the artwork good? No complaints.
It was mostly a brit's view of the cold war, or rather, superpowers, or again, rather, the U.S., a pessimistic humanity's view of humanity and the world.