Lindsey (Babies, Books, and Beyond) Lindsey's Comments (member since Aug 18, 2009)


Lindsey's comments from the The Seasonal Reading Challenge group.

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Science Films (27 new)
Aug 24, 2009 07:13AM

21757 For the book part, if you want to read a science fact book, I highly HIGHLY suggest anything by Neil deGrasse Tyson. He's an astrophysicist but quite possibly the coolest, most down to earth guy ever. His books are extremely readable. He's got Death by Black Hole And Other Cosmic Quandaries, my favorite. Plus The Pluto Files and The Sky is Not the Limit Adventures of an Urban Astrophysicist. Also, he hosts the tv show Nova on PBS.
Aug 24, 2009 06:36AM

21757 If there's any Star Trek or Zachary Quinto (plays Spock in the new movie and Sylar on Heroes) fans, he narrates the audiobook that the movie is based on. It's actually really good. I just listened to the first chapter.
Civil War (60 new)
Aug 24, 2009 06:17AM

21757 I'm reading On the Occasion of My Last Afternoon A Novel by Kaye Gibbons. I'm not sure what it's about but its set during the Civil War and it's written by the lady who wrote this book Ellen Foster that I absolutely loved, so it should be good.
Aug 22, 2009 09:09PM

21757 Jeremy Irons?! Can I get a woot woot. I will listen to anything narrated by that man. I want him to narrate my life.

In a related comic:
http://xkcd.com/93/

Also, if any of you watch Dr. Who, there's a few audiobooks read by David Tennant, the 10th Doctor.
Aug 22, 2009 09:03PM

21757 Thanks Cynthia! I always feel bad asking you questions, you come on goodreads to read about books and relax and get bombarded with questions.
Aug 22, 2009 12:31AM

21757 For the Math task, for the subtraction one, if my name together has more letters than my age (20,25) can I do the reverse? Thanks.

For the task of the two authors, would Two Histories of England By Jane Austen and Charles Dickens work?
Aug 21, 2009 09:46PM

21757 Which 6 books?
Wendy's Task (149 new)
Aug 21, 2009 09:45PM

21757 Didn't JK Rowling once say that Dumledore was gay? So would Harry Potter count? I'm not going to use it, but I'm just throwing it out there.
Aug 21, 2009 09:40PM

21757 Khalil Gibran also wrote his books originally in Arabic.
Aug 21, 2009 08:30PM

21757 Cynthia wrote: "Ghana
The Clothes of Nakedness
Search Sweet Country
The Prophet of Zongo Street Stories
Wife of the Gods A Novel

Greece
[book:Nights of..."


Is Guernsey a country? I thought it was like a sort of state of the UK. But if so, I will read that.
Civil War (60 new)
Aug 21, 2009 08:27PM

21757 Rhett Butler's People is set before, during AND after the Civil War, so I would think it would work.
Aug 21, 2009 03:30PM

21757 Ellen wrote: "If you're into classics, there's the two Alexander Dumas', father and son. "

Woot wooot! Sorry, I get excited when people suggest my boys the Dumas'.
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