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Boredom Eliminating Post....

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    1. You took words out of my mouth. Very interesting novel.

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    2. I'm here to find some interesting books to read!!!!

      Epique, name of the author please

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    3. Love Poems by Rumi
      The Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare
      Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
      Justine by MDS
      The Fishermen by Chigozie Obioma
      Gone with the Wind by Elizabeth Mitchell
      Citizen Hughes by Michael Drosnin.
      Anthills of the Savanah by Chinua Achebe
      The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born by Ayi Kwei Armah
      The Lion and The Jewel by Wole Soyinka

      I read alot. All the time but I have read these ones over and over and over....more times than I can count.

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    4. Here to pick some interesting books to read.
      Epique, name please πŸ™

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    6. Our Husband Has Run Mad Again

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    7. Who Moved My Cheese?




      *Larry was here*

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    8. The water dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Powerful book indeed.(Opera book club)

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    9. You are right about Efuri. I have read all of John Grisham's novels too ( good stuff).

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    10. The Rich Shall Inherit by Elizabeth Adler

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    11. I'm sorry ,I just saw this ... the author is Flora Nwapa.

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    1. I remember this.


      Debra.

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    2. One helluva beautiful piece

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    3. The spy who loved me. I don't know the author and I wish to read it again.

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  3. Adventures of Tom Sawyer, All Spur McCoy series and Allan Quartermain.

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  4. The other woman by sandie Jones.

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  5. This is tricky. I have a bad memory when it comes to things like this. I enjoy erotic and crime thrillers.

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  6. All Sidney Sheldon's novel especially BLOODLINE! Followed by Mary Higgin's Clark, Sandra Brown, every woman. In short,I love reading and oh before I forget,I also learn a lot from Jehovah witness magazines,

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    1. My fellow Sidney Sheldon lover. Check out James Patterson's books, JD Robbs too.

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  7. The Bible, especially accounts of Proverbs n Ecclesiastes

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  8. All Francine Rivers books...Her latest - "The Masterpiece" was mind-blowing!

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    1. Love books by Francine Rivers but haven't read "The Masterpiece"...will download it.

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    2. Me too... all FrancineRivers books... I love the one where she modernize the story of Mary, Ruth, rehab ... amazing piece, this piece brought me up at my lowest point

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    3. Grace that book is titled the lineage of Grace. I loveddddd it.

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    1. Same here Cyclone. Born A Crime: Stories from a South African childhood.

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  10. My favourite is here.

    Dear John by Nicholas Sparks. This book is a typical example of what true love is. When you do something sacrificial for the one you truly love without expecting anything in return.

    Here's another one 90 Minutes In Heaven by Don Piper, it's a good book that'll make you heaven conscious and make you appreciate life for the small things we most times take for granted. ENJOY

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  11. Jentzen Franklin: Fasting -opening the door to a deeper, more intimate more powerful relationship with God

    Before the Pharisees begin their "Holy Bible" chants, make I ask my ajuju n'ese okwu ooo.😊😊
    🀐🀐🀐🀐🀐🀐🀐

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    2. Why can yours be on fasting
      and developing a deeper
      relationship with God and
      theirs not allowed to be the Bible? Okwa Ajuju oh!

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    3. @Essa
      Is this your ajuju n'ese okwu necessary after I 🀐🀐?
      Ajuju oo
      Who said that the Pharisees don't read bibles eh?
      Did you not read in Matthew 23;
      Woe to you Pharisees...5:Everything they do is just to show off
      in front of others. They even make a big show of wearing Scripture
      verses on their foreheads and arms, and they wear big tassels for everyone to see.
      ?
      Hope you read it well?
      Are you the Pharisees spokesperson? Zaam ajuju oo 😊😊

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    4. @ Essa, serious ajuju oh!

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    5. I am not their spokesperson. I just like to be fair. You say something interesting or enlightening, I laugh or concur..you make statements I don't understand, I will ask questions.
      So how do you know they are Pharisees and just showing off when they mention the Bible? are you all-knowing? Ajuju! No need replying this one I am going to bed Lol.
      I agree with some of what you say ANG, just not all of it. I am not ndi uta lol. If i don't agree with something you say I will let you know and vice versa.

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    6. @P.S the woman makes me laugh sometimes. She said my own Ajuju is not necessary Lol!

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    7. Man, this book changed my life!!! Very powerful book. I highly recommend also. Fasting by Jentzeen Franklin

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    8. @Essa
      I go still yarn, make you read am for ya dream 😊😊😊
      Who said your own ajuju is not necessary?
      Na only ajuju I asked o
      😊😊😊

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  12. Crazy rich Asians, the story sounded so larger than life, whaaaaat!
    Will read it again soon, also enjoyed, rich people problem and China rich girlfriend

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    1. I preferred the book to the movie. Nice one!

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  13. Books pls~


    Time changes yesterday by N.K
    Dreams from my father by B.O
    Bluest eyes by T.M
    Sula by T.M
    Black boy by R.W
    Know my name (A memoir) by Chanel

    To read list...

    Stranger in Lagos by Sally Dadzie

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    1. Bluest eyes made me cry so much.
      RIP Toni Morrison

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    2. I read that book halfway and I found it extremely boring. It's still unfinished till date.

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    3. I also read

      Songs of Solomon by T.M


      Another book I read and fell sickπŸ˜‚ was...


      The family by Mario Puzo



      Jeez! Osanobuwa!!

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    4. From your list GnM, I've only read Dreams from my Father by Barack Obama. Enjoyed every bit of the book.

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    5. Stranger in lagos is also in my to read list. Sally is great.

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  14. King Solomons mines...I loved that book

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  15. How I know I thoroughly enjoyed a book is if I read it several times.
    Things Fall Apart is a classic and timeless book, we have several copies in my family home and anytime I run into a copy, I always read it. Same with The Bottled Leopard and that book by Agbo Areo (The second Chance, I think).
    All of Adichie's works. Half of a yellow sun is my all time favorite book of hers. I've read it countless times.
    I am also a die hard fan of Stephen King. I can't decide which of his works I like best but I really enjoy his night shift series.
    Did I forget to mention Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot detective series? Kai!!! I love books sha.
    Sorry can't mention just one, these ones top my list.

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    1. Have u read ABC MURDERER by Agatha Christie? U will love it

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    2. Thoroughly enjoyed reading her " and then there were none"

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  16. Purple hibiscus

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  17. Born a crime as suggested by castle was a good read, who has read "All families are psychotic" by Douglas coupland? So hilarious!
    this should be interesting, i intend to download more books because this post.

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  18. In covenant with Ezra - Love Belvin
    In love with Ezra - Love Belvin
    Bonded with Ezra - Love Belvin

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  19. Her Royal Destiny by Carol Maxwell Eady.

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  20. Asterix and Obelix comic series!

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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  21. Sister Soujah- The coldest winter ever.

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    1. Indebted series 1-6 by Pepper Winters.
      Master of the game Sydney Sheldon
      All the in-death series by J.D Robb
      Half of a yellow sun
      Without a silver spoon Eddie iroh
      The wives Revolt JP Clark I think.

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  22. All of Sidney Sheldon's novels especially ' Master of the game'

    I couldn't put it down, sleep disappeared and its voluminous

    Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Adichie
    Scarlet thread by Francine Rivers
    Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers
    Evbu my love, Pacesetters by Helen Ovbiagele...There are many many more,

    In my former life, I read Novels a lot

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    1. Master of the game is nice! Have it on my e-bookshelf.
      I've read Scarlet thread and Redeeming love.

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  23. A tap on the window
    The risk of darkness
    Bad billionaire

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  24. Half of a yellow sun, I do not come to you by chance, under the udala trees, happiness like water, born on a tuesday.. Sorry I mentioned books not book

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  25. The Three Sirens

    Let me add a jara, David Copperfield

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  26. Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren

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  27. Purple hibiscus, eme echeta, The other woman.

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  28. Stiff by Mary Roach

    Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall

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  29. Think like a man,act like a lady.

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  30. Enter your comment...All Francine Rivers novels.

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  31. Change your thinking, change your life. The secret of selling anything, act like a lady, think like a man.

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  32. Things fall apart

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  33. How to Get Your Wife To Swing From a Chandelier in a Red NegligΓ©e.

    Written by;
    Amara Chika-Mbonu

    #blushing
    #grinning

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    1. Side eye @XP.I remembered when I downloaded 101 sex illustrations book.my husband kept telling me he was waiting for the styles that I have learnt, lols.I didn't even read more than 3 chapters.

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    2. Mmmh, will look for this by Amara Chika-Mbonu on Amazon kindle. Sounds interesting.

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  34. Half of a Yellow Sun

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    1. @black diamond......Witching hour is one of the top three interesting saga novels I've read .

      The other two are
      (1) Hawaii by James Michener
      (2) Shogun by James CLavell .
      You can't put them down till the end.
      Although finding these books might be a bit difficult locally. I got mine on foreign order.

      On 2 the Next!

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  36. Zoya by Danielle Steel

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  37. Zoya by Danielle Steel

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  38. Tutuoba: Salem's Black Shango Slave Queen... by Prince Justice

    This book is a must read...

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  39. Love me marieta
    Love tender fury
    A walk to remember


    Debra.

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  40. Purpose driven life by Rick Warren

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    1. I always buy this book...give it away and get another one. Very life changing book.

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  41. Ukwa ruo oge ya.

    Okwe agbaala. (I read this book in secondary school and loved it. Coincidentally, the Professor who authored it taught me Translation in final year @ UNN. It was a great honor. God bless you Prof Inno Nwadike).

    God's Generals by Roberts Liardon.

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  42. Small Town Girls.

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  43. Several Hardley Chase novels
    Pacesetters

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  44. Juju
    Pls if anyone has a copy can I borrow?
    Someone stold mine

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  45. All books by the following authors and some I can't remember;
    Sidney Sheldon
    Mary Higgins clark
    Tami hoag
    Peppers winters(can't get enough of the indebted series)
    Anna todd(After series)
    Nora Roberts
    Jodi Picoult
    Nicholas Sparks
    Brenda Mott
    Jayne Ann Krentz
    Francine Rivers
    Sandi Lynn
    Alex Grayson
    Elizabeth lennox
    Maya Angelou
    Gosh,I have lots,lolz.I read daily, thank to any books app.
    Currently reading Mary Higgins Clark's -- Before I say goodbye.
    I read romance,autobiography, murder cases,in fact all genres.

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    1. My fellow indebted series lover😁😁😁

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    2. Anna Todd too.. I'm grinning

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  46. -The Bible, very interesting & deep, sometime u can't understand it.
    -The God Father by Francis Ford Coppola.
    -In God's Name by David Yallop.
    -All or most of Sidney Sheldon's.
    - Most of James Hadley Chase's.
    -Most novels about the cold war, espionage, CIA, KGB, MOSSAD, SCOTLAND YARD.
    I guess my mind is wired so differently for a lady. Most of these novels I read them whilst I was 15, 16 17. My friends were burying their heads in Mills&Boons, I read may be 1 or 2 of them. However I am romantic but very realistic. I am not a dreamer.


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    1. I ve read The god father by Mario Puzo let me go and look for your version by Frsncis Ford Coppola

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  47. Why you act the way you do by Tim Lafaye. And majorly all James Patterson

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  48. You will never make love in this town again by JOANNE PARRENT Has a special spot on my book shelf. It Saved my life. Then LUCKY, HOLLYWOOD WIVES, THE WORLD FULL OF MARRIED MEN Written by Jackie Collins.
    These books I cannot borrow out.
    DEAN KNOONTZ
    FRED MUSTARD STEWART
    FREDRICK FORSYTH
    The leisure section of my Library is πŸ”₯... Lost quite a few to friends. I stopped borrowing when I realized that hard copies where going extinct.

    I love reading not just novels.

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  49. The joy of motherhood

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  50. The fruit of the honest
    Sunny boy
    Tears
    Every breath you take:Judith McNaught
    Night whispers; same author.
    Etc etc

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  51. Tairen soul series by C. L Wilson.

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  52. what every man wants in a woman
    what every woman wants in a man by john and Diana Hagee.


    The big picture by Ben carson

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  53. Angels & Demons
    The Davinci code

    All by Dan Brown. I read those books over and again.

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    1. I have read every novel by Dan Brown. His conspiracy theories are incredibly realistic.

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    2. All by Dan Brown, John Grisham, Stephen King, Ted Dekker. I miss reading.

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  54. 29, single and Nigerian. Read it few months ago. Love love it!

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  55. Rainbow six(Tom Clancy)
    The Golden Room(Irving Wallace)
    All Goosebumps series..Infact e plenty!!!!

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  56. Things fall apart by Chinua Achebe

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  57. Oliver Twist, Mallory by James Hardley Chase, An ace up my sleeve by James Hardley Chase, Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda, Twilight Saga, The wicked ways of a duke-Sidney Sheldon i guess

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  58. Stay with me by ayobami adebayo, my sister the serial killer by oyinkan braithwaite, A child called IT by Dave pelzer, little bee by Chris cleave, the last black unicorn by tiffany hadish,the wife by meg wolitzer. They were all interesting reads I must say.

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  59. Lisa kleypas
    Elizabeth phillips
    Sandra Brown
    Danielle steel
    Rachel Gibson
    Johanna lindsey
    Julie Garwood
    I have read almost all their books and all of Judith Mcnaught's book

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  60. Lisa kleypas
    Elizabeth phillips
    Sandra Brown
    Danielle steel
    Rachel Gibson
    Johanna lindsey
    Julie Garwood
    I have read almost all their books and all of Judith Mcnaught's book

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  61. Secret lives of baba Segi’s wives

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  62. Sidney sheldon, I have almost 17 of his books minus his autobiography, that man wrote like a supernatural

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  63. The concubine by Elechi Amadi
    Joys of motherhood by Buchi Emecheta

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  64. Zahara the wind seeker by Nnedi Okorafor and Jagwa Nana by Cyprian

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  65. The Believers Authority - By Kenneth E. Hagin. Powerful book and a MUST read.

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  66. Americannah ,purple hibiscus,and things all apart,all john grisham novels how to win friends and influence them

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  67. Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue.
    This is a must read for everyone wanting to learn about the immigrant experience in America.
    Very engaging, witty, twists & turns with expected outcomes in the end anyway..for someone who knows the realities of harsh life facing undocumented migrants, asylum seekers abroad.
    This book is a good one! Even Oprah Winfrey endorsed it!

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  68. Art of Seduction by Robert Green

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