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on today’s episode of the podcast, emma, jill, joe and sydney share strong opinions on the best (and worst) book adaptations, the time sydney accidentally read nicholas sparks, and spoilers for this is us and the house of gucci.
books mentioned in this episode:
to all the boys i’ve loved before by jenny han
the summer i turned pretty by jenny han
the time traveler’s wife by audrey niffenegger
simon vs. the homo sapiens agenda by becky albertalli
bridget jones’s diary by helen fielding
a walk to remember by nicholas sparks
the notebook by nicholas sparks
the hating game by sally thorne
a discovery of witches by deborah harkness
daisy jones and the six by taylor jenkins reid
the viscount who loved me by julia quinn
the canterbury tales by geoffrey chaucer
the house of gucci by sara gay forden
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in this second half of his two-part interview, col. anderson describes how and why he joined the air force, his training, his appreciation for his squadron, and more. col. clarence (bud) emil anderson served during world war ii, and is a triple-ace fighter pilot. he’s the highest-scoring living american fighter ace and the 10th highest-scoring mustang ace of all time.
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