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    Done a decent job there; except you really want the weightier tombs at the bottom moving up to lighter reading. I would use some Dosteyevsky. 'Crime And Punishment', say, for the bottom, then 'Moby Dick' on top of that. Then move up to some Sven Hessel and 'Flashman' as you approach the book/speaker interface. Anything by Sidney Sheldon would also work there. Hardbacks are preferable, but you pay for what you get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Done a decent job there; except you really want the weightier tombs at the bottom moving up to lighter reading. I would use some Dosteyevsky. 'Crime And Punishment', say, for the bottom, then 'Moby Dick' on top of that. Then move up to some Sven Hessel and 'Flashman' as you approach the book/speaker interface. Anything by Sidney Sheldon would also work there. Hardbacks are preferable, but you pay for what you get.

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