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Anyway, now when I read for fun, I'm looking for brain rot books with happy endings. I don't want to be accidentally forced into any unnecessary growth or paradigm shifts. Those can be killer on the weekend.

Some of the "junky" stuff I read is churned out and found on an endcap at the grocery store. This is the book I'm likely to shove in my purse if I know I have to wait for an appointment. That's okay, since you can't concentrate on Wuthering Heights at the dentist's office.

Stephen King. Namely, The Stand. I have read the unabridged version probably once a year for the last 3 or 4 years. Definite death to a bit of the grey matter.

John Sandford's Lucas Davenport series-Hidden Prey, Certain Prey, and so on.

Lee Child's ex-military cop, Jack Reacher-is a good read. The Persuader and The Killing Floor are 2 titles.

Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas is good. That's my favorite title of his.

Tami Hoag is a good read, too.

James Patterson owes me 8 bucks. I just finished the latest Alex Cross book. Eh.

I am a voracious reader and could go on forever...
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