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Written by Stefan de Vries February 6th, 2007

Once in a while (a little too often actually) I indulge myself in a spending spree on Amazon, and yesterday I ordered these items: The Omnivore’s Dilemma: The Search for […]

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title_books.pngOnce in a while (a little too often actually) I indulge myself in a spending spree on Amazon, and yesterday I ordered these items:

  • The Omnivore’s Dilemma: The Search for the Perfect Meal in a Fast-food World [Paperback] by Michael Pollan
  • Schott’s Almanac 2007 [Hardcover] by Ben Schott (Author)
  • On the Wealth of Nations (Books That Changed the World) [Hardcover] by P. J. O’Rourke
  • The Gift: How the Creative Spirit Transforms the World [Hardcover] by Lewis Hyde
  • Modern Spain, 1875-1980 [Paperback] by Raymond Carr
  • Murder in Amsterdam: The Death of Theo Van Gogh and the Limits of Tolerance [Hardcover] by Ian Buruma
  • Prêt-à-Porter [1995] [DVD] by the late Robert Altman
  • Arnolfini: Reflections in a Mirror [Paperback] by Jack Thomas (Author)
  • The Other Side Of The Bed [DVD] by Emilio Martínez Lázaro
  • Madrid Wallpaper City Guide (“Wallpaper” City Guides) [Paperback]
  • The Man’s Book [Hardcover] by Thomas Fink
  • These books will find their place in my Booxter-database, where I currently have entered 311 books, an estimated 15% of my total book collection. Do you think there is something I should not have ordered? Or something I forgot to order? Please let me know and I’ll extend my modest Library with your recommendations.

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