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  1. The Bicycle Reader | Number 2: Spring 2013 by Thurston, Jack, Dawson, Tim, Peterson, Christine, Field, Patrick, Lamarra, Paul, Foster Fraser, John, Cox, Peter, Horton, Dave, Kuklos, Alden, William L.
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    Thurston, Jack, Dawson, Tim, Peterson, Christine, Field, Patrick, Lamarra, Paul, Foster Fraser, John, Cox, Peter, Horton, Dave, Kuklos, Alden, William L.
    The Bicycle Reader | Number 2: Spring 2013

    Reached 13%
  2. Janapar: Love on a Bike by Tom Allen
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    Tom Allen
    Janapar: Love on a Bike

    This book. It's just wonderful. It goes into more detail than the accompanying movie, which is a good thing.
  3. SuperFreakonomics by Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner
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    Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner
    SuperFreakonomics

    Reached 11%
  4. Public Thinking (Adapted from Smarter Than You Think) by Clive Thompson
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    Clive Thompson
    Public Thinking (Adapted from Smarter Than You Think)

    Finished reading
  5. The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe
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    Edgar Allan Poe
    The Tell-Tale Heart

    Finished reading
  6. JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford
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    Douglas Crockford
    JavaScript: The Good Parts

    Started reading
  7. London by Rutherfurd, Edward
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    Rutherfurd, Edward
    London

    Reached 6%
  8. The Bicycle Reader | Number 1: Summer 2012 by Alex Baca, Paul Lamarra, Albert Winstanley, Russ Roca, Mark Twain, Martin Ryle, Violet Paget
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    Alex Baca, Paul Lamarra, Albert Winstanley, Russ Roca, Mark Twain, Martin Ryle, Violet Paget
    The Bicycle Reader | Number 1: Summer 2012

    A good mix of different essays about cycling. Looking forward to read issue 2.
  9. ZeroMQ by Pieter Hintjens

    Pieter Hintjens
    ZeroMQ

    Reached 16%
  10. New York: The Novel by Edward Rutherfurd
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    Edward Rutherfurd
    New York: The Novel

    An epic story of New York from 1664 to 2009. I especially liked how the author followed one family during all these generations. Full of history facts and family dramas. One of my favorites!
  11. Winter Cycling : The Definitive Guide to Cold-Weather Winter Bike Rides by Darren Alff
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    Darren Alff
    Winter Cycling : The Definitive Guide to Cold-Weather Winter Bike Rides

    While some of it was common knowledge, and other parts were geared to heavy duty winter cycle touring folks, it is a nice and concise overview.
  12. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

    Ray Bradbury
    Fahrenheit 451

    Finished reading
  13. It's All About the Bike by Robert Penn
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    Robert Penn
    It's All About the Bike

    I can't recommend this book enough. It's filled with stories, anecdotes, and history. Written with a very passionate voice. Especially the last chapter where you can feel the excitement of Rob Penn seeing his dream bicycle assembled for the first time.
  14. Functional Programming for the Object-Oriented Programmer by Brian Marick
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    Brian Marick
    Functional Programming for the Object-Oriented Programmer

    Reached 22%
  15. Animal Liberation by Peter Singer
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    Peter Singer
    Animal Liberation

    It is the classic book of the animal movement. A must read, make sure to read the updated editions though.
  16. 2BR02B by Kurt Vonnegut

    Kurt Vonnegut
    2BR02B

    Finished reading
  17. Anthem by Ayn Rand
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    Ayn Rand
    Anthem

    Finished reading
  18. Do Grow – Start with 10 simple vegetables by Alice Holden
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    Alice Holden
    Do Grow – Start with 10 simple vegetables

    A lovely book with a lot of useful tips for growing your own food. Also offers some thoughts on why the food industry is broken and how the perfect solution should look like.
  19. The Black Cat by Edgar Allan Poe

    Edgar Allan Poe
    The Black Cat

    My first Edgar Allan Poe book, looking forward to more
  20. Paul Miller - Offline by Readlists
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    Readlists
    Paul Miller - Offline

    Finished reading
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