What are you reading this summer?

Mary Parks
Personal Computer Specialist
Emory College Office
"An Emory professor. Dr. Courtney Brown's book, Cosmic Voyage. Through research methods he proves the existence of the soul. A profound book. I've been meditating for over 20 years and I know about the transcendental state. I'm interested in it [the book] for the soulful state. I believe that we are just souls in a corpse."

Paul Fenyves
Physics/Computer Science
"Notes From the Underground by Dostoevsky. I picked up a random book by a Russian author and then picked up this. I thought it was a sign."

James Steffen
Graduate Student
Graduate Institute of Liberal Arts
"Salman Rushdie's The Moor's Last Sigh. I was really awestruck by Midnight's Children, the first novel I read by him, and I've been really interested to read another novel since the Satanic Verses fiasco. It doesn't seem to be as good as the others."

Michael Linde
"Hopscotch by Julio Cortazar. It's like a choose-your-own-adventure book. You can read it two different ways. It's really interesting. It's sort of like a maze."

Ben Nelson
Part-time Assistant
The Little Store
"Queer and Loathing by David Feinberg. It's funny."

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