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The Man Who Was Thursday
G. K. Chesterton

Click the above link and download the book for free or read it online. :)



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Can I join this discussion when it starts? I really like the author



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Of course you can. In fact you can start posting in this forum at any time you like...including now. :-)



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Chris,

Thank you for the discussion of The Man Who Was Thursday.

For those who would like a free copy you can find some options at the link included here.


http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/1695


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I decided to read a little bit about the author. I always like get an idea about what the author is about. I found him to be very interesting and I had to chuckle about his getting lost. Something I do often. :lol: However, apparently he had a condition that resulted in this tendency.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._K._Chesterton


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Chesterton was notoriously absent minded about his schedule and other mundane items but he was an amazing intellect when it came to writing.


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found a quite listenable audio version here, might come in handy for the time starved. There is a player right on the page, just click the chapter and voila!

http://archive.org/details/man_thursday_zach_librivox



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