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"The Power and The Glory" by Graham Greene, really good book, finished it off in a day. I give it ***1/2 out of ****. It deals with a Catholic priest during the Mexican revolution, very inspiring.

Also "The Cider House Rules" by John Irving. I haven't seen the movie, thought the book was *** out of **** stars. It tried my patience the first three hundred pages, but it is pretty engrossing after that. It's the only Irving book I've liked other than Garp (damn I wish they hadn't made a movie out of Garp, I hated it).
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