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Oct 05, 2011 02:33PM

22454 I'm so sorry Kiri! I just sent you a PM with the info. :)
Oct 05, 2011 02:01PM

22454 Hey guys, my fault Kiri's task hasn't been posted yet. I got confused on how we were going to handle her task. I'll get with her ASAP so we can get that task posted. Sorry for the delay!
Introduce Yourself (2344 new)
Sep 01, 2011 07:43AM

22454 A big welcome to all our new members! :)
Sep 01, 2011 07:40AM

22454 I'm finishing up Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War and all I can say is WOW. I can't believe how totally swept away I've been by this book. I'm actually pretty sad about reaching the end of it. I don't want it to be over! This one will most definitely be going on my 'favorites' list.
22454 Jayme(the ghost reader) wrote: "The Pillars of the Earth  (The Pillars of the Earth, #1) by Ken Follett by Ken Follet"

Hey Jayme, The Pillars of the Earth has already been one of our group reads....back in Oct/Nov '09. Do have another book in mind that you'd like to nominate instead?
Aug 17, 2011 08:16AM

22454 I've been reading The Count of Monte Cristo for the past couple of weeks. And I'm only about halfway through it! Man, this book is one heck of a chunkster. I'm really enjoying it, though. Even if it's taking me for-freaking-ever to get through. LOL
Aug 17, 2011 08:08AM

22454 Yeah, these mini-challenges seem to be really popular. Love the ideas you came up with for this one, Becky. Nice job! :)
22454 I read Shanghai Girls last year and absolutely loved it. It was one of my favorite reads of the year. You guys are in for a real treat with this one. Enjoy!
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Aug 17, 2011 08:02AM

22454 Yikes, I've gotten behind in this thread. A big welcome to all you new members! We're happy to have you all with us. :)
Aug 11, 2011 10:47PM

22454 Babs wrote: "Would These Is My Words work for the 20.1 task..Celebrate Freedom..I figure it is about the freedom of land ownership in the pioneer days of the US."

Yep, sounds like it would work for that task Babs.
Aug 01, 2011 12:25PM

22454 Amy, I'm so happy to hear that you read and loved The Invisible Bridge also! It's one of the best books I've read so far this year. Have you read Orringer's other book called How to Breathe Underwater? I don't usually gravitate toward short stories, but this particular book of hers sounds so interesting. I enjoyed her style of writing so much in The Invisible Bridge that I would be willing to read anything that she writes.
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Aug 01, 2011 12:12PM

22454 Welcome to the group J.S., Stuart, and Donna. You'll find this to be a very warm and friendly group of people.
Jul 31, 2011 07:14PM

22454 Such a great list of nominations this round. I can't decide which one I want to vote for...they all look really good!
Introduce Yourself (2344 new)
Jul 28, 2011 08:49AM

22454 A warm welcome to all our new members! It's always nice to see new faces around the place. Looking forward to seeing you all around the threads! :)
Jul 28, 2011 08:01AM

22454 Welcome to the group, Stuart! :)

I was just having a look at the Flashman series you recommended...looks great! I just added the first book of the series to my TBR. I hadn't heard of George MacDonald Fraser. So glad you mentioned him!
Jul 28, 2011 07:36AM

22454 As long as the religious freedom part is a focal point/major theme to the story, then I would say yes it would work for that task, Holly.
Jul 27, 2011 01:56PM

22454 I just recently finished reading The Invisible Bridge. Such a beautifully written story! I thoroughly enjoyed every minute I spent reading it and highly recommend it to all you WWII historical fiction lovers out there.

I've been craving a Tudor read so I decided to start on The Constant Princess by Philippa Gregory. It's been sitting on my shelf collecting dust for far too long. Feels good to finally be reading it! I've read several of PG's books and have enjoyed them all. There seem to be a lot of mixed reviews for Constant Princess and I'm curious to see what I think of it. I like what I've read so far. Hoping that positive vibe continues!
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Jul 23, 2011 10:00AM

22454 It's wonderful to have you with us, Elizabeth! You have so many fans here in the group, as you will quickly find out once you start perusing the threads. So glad you decided to join in the fun here! :)
22454 Jackie, that's an interesting point you brought up about Marcella! (view spoiler)
22454 I finished DoR last night and have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it. One of the things I love about Kate's books is how action-packed and exciting the stories are. Once they grab you, they don't let go! And the drama...all the juicy, wonderful drama...*blissful sigh* I absolutely love it! :)
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