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What are you reading? (29995 new)
Jul 07, 2010 10:09AM

1218 Started The Gunpowder Plot by Antonia Fraser yesterday.
1218 No, he's still fording the river.
Twilight Series (214 new)
Jul 01, 2010 10:26AM

1218 Yeah, Edward has some distinctly "controlling" attributes, and in the "real world" those can often be a warning sign.
1218 Snort!
1218 F1Wild wrote: "Carol (akittykat) wrote: "And reading by candlelight.
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Pa just bought a new oil lamp at Olsen's store. Now we can have light all the time! ;-))"


Lucky you!
1218 I thought you were, but I wasn't quite sure, LOL.

My favorites in the series, I think, are Little House in the Big Woods and The Long Winter.

I suspect it would have been nearly impossible for little girls growing up in the 70s not to have read them! They were everywhere - in school and on TV, even.
What are you reading? (29995 new)
Jun 30, 2010 03:04PM

1218 Alright, books at 20 paces!
1218 Gee, Kaion, you must not have grown up with the Little House books, which some of us certainly did. For me they would indeed be a trip down memory lane, and not because I grew up in a log cabin. (I grew up in a split-level ranch, actually.)
What are you reading? (29995 new)
Jun 29, 2010 11:07AM

1218 I personally prefer Brave New World to 1984; but 1984 was rather shoved down our throats in school (probably inevitable for... wait for it... the class of 1984), and Brave New World wasn't.
What are you reading? (29995 new)
Jun 29, 2010 10:27AM

1218 Fiona - it probably doesn't help that LKH is apparently working through her divorce in the Anita Blake books. A certain werewolf with issues is based on the ex-husband. This doesn't help.

I stopped reading them around book 10 or so. Didn't like the direction they were clearly headed for.
What are you reading? (29995 new)
Jun 28, 2010 03:33PM

1218 Just started The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag - so far, starting well. My mother liked it about as well as The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, so I'm optimistic.
What are you reading? (29995 new)
Jun 28, 2010 09:41AM

1218 Just finished Among the Mad by Jacqueline Winspear - that's a good series, Maisie Dobbs.
What are you reading? (29995 new)
Jun 26, 2010 09:41AM

1218 Rayna wrote: "Just started Wolf Hall. I really like historical fiction and this seemed right up my alley, so I'm not sure why I'm having difficulties getting into it. Maybe I just haven't been in ..."

If you assume that "he" is mostly Thomas Cromwell, it helps a lot. It occasionally is someone else, but mostly it's Cromwell.
Jun 23, 2010 11:23AM

1218 I've finished some classics I didn't like - for classes I was taking, so perhaps that doesn't count.

Because believe me there is no reason I would have read Waiting for Godot three times if it hadn't been for class assignments!
Jun 23, 2010 11:16AM

1218 My take on Mr Bennett is more-or-less Ron's.
What are you reading? (29995 new)
Jun 20, 2010 09:08AM

1218 Read The Uncommon Reader: A Novella yesterday - much enjoyed it. Four stars.
Your Latest Splurge (9851 new)
Jun 19, 2010 10:47AM

1218 Still don't know who it was from!

My mother may have found a note in it; I'll have to ask her. (She grabbed it first.)
Your Latest Splurge (9851 new)
Jun 19, 2010 09:29AM

1218 The Uncommon Reader: A Novella just showed up on our doorstep.

In a bag from Barnes & Noble. Not sure who it's from!
Your Latest Splurge (9851 new)
Jun 18, 2010 02:18PM

1218 I really enjoyed The Alienist.
Jun 17, 2010 02:31PM

1218 I still recall in AP English when we had to read, in one week, The Illiad, The Odyssey, Beowulf, Paradise Lost, and The Rape of the Lock. Man, what a week that was.


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