Poll

Please select your choice for our October book discussion **ANYONE JOINING ON OR AFTER AUG. 21 IS NOT ELIGIBLE TO VOTE***

 
  44 votes, 12.6%

 
  40 votes, 11.5%

 
  30 votes, 8.6%

 
  29 votes, 8.3%

 
  29 votes, 8.3%

 
  28 votes, 8.0%

 
  22 votes, 6.3%

 
  20 votes, 5.7%

 
  18 votes, 5.2%

 
  16 votes, 4.6%

 
  13 votes, 3.7%

 
  12 votes, 3.4%

 
  10 votes, 2.9%

 
  10 votes, 2.9%

 
  9 votes, 2.6%

 
  7 votes, 2.0%

 
  6 votes, 1.7%

 
  5 votes, 1.4%


Poll added by: Sandra



Comments (showing 1-50 of 55) (55 new)


message 1: by Kevin (new)

Kevin Xu I can tell how this poll is going to go.


message 2: by Michael (new)

Michael Wow! A lot of choices for October.


message 3: by Pauline (new)

Pauline So many choices this time around...


message 4: by Sherry (new)

Sherry Anybody else notice how many of the covers feature a hooded figure??


message 5: by Swiftsea (new)

Swiftsea Oh my goodness...
Uh, not too sure which to select.


message 6: by Adam (new)

Adam I hope my nomination wins... 2 days to go, we will see!


message 7: by Daniel (new)

Daniel Sherry wrote: "Anybody else notice how many of the covers feature a hooded figure??"

Yes :P


message 8: by Jeremy (new)

Jeremy Anderson The voting for The Steel Queen looks fishy...


message 9: by Kim (new)

Kim It kinda does....which is too bad because I also voted for this book :(


message 10: by Kim (new)

Kim Okay....I'll be changing my vote because it just doesn't sit well with me that the author would break the rules and fish for votes.


message 11: by Sandra (new)

Sandra Thanks, guys.


message 12: by Martha (new)

Martha I've read a few of these already and really like them. Wouldn't mind reading a couple again.


message 13: by Michelle (new)

Michelle (True Book Addict) I can't believe this happened again this month after last month's debacle. What is wrong with people?

Sandra, I also wanted to make a suggestion for if we decide to have two books for discussion each month. Can we make one of them something that has been out for awhile or classic fantasy? Some of us have not read a lot of the fantasy that's already out there and I'm noticing that many of the books that are nominated are newer books. I have a ton of fantasy already on my shelves that I would like to get to and I bet I'm not the only one. Just a suggestion (or a request, if you like). =O)


message 14: by Katie (new)

Katie Michelle/ wrote: "I can't believe this happened again this month after last month's debacle. What is wrong with people?

Sandra, I also wanted to make a suggestion for if we decide to have two books for discussion ..."


Ooo, cool idea, and a great way to make the two books (if we do switch to that) different in style too. While I've read some of the classics, there are tons out there it would be great to have some extra motive to read.


message 15: by Sandra (last edited Aug 22, 2012 05:39PM) (new)

Sandra Okay folks. I deleted the offending book from the poll, so those of you who voted it may vote for something else, if you joined prior to August 21. Sorry about that.


message 16: by Sandra (new)

Sandra I think we'll have to have a discussion about how to decide on two books. The classics idea is good. I personally favor having a 'Member's Choice' with a member choosing the book and leading the discussion.


message 17: by Karen (new)

Karen Azinger Hi. I want to post a comment to the whole group. I am the author of The Steel Queen and I just got a message from Sandra aka Sleo that she has disqualified my book from the October nomination because I notified readers it was up for consideration and I asked them to vote. Sorry. I did not know it was not allowed. Especially since at the bottom of the Fantasy Book Club poll it says "invite friends". So I clicked on it and I invited friends. If this is not allowed, you should remove this option from your poll. I am very hurt by this outcome. What is wrong with encouraging people to join the group and to read books? Isn't the purpose of this group to read and discuss books? I am only an indie author. I don't have an army of marketers behind me. If people do not genuinely like the book and want to read it, then they will not vote for it. If you read the reviews, you will see that people really do like the book. I feel very hurt by this. I want to thank whoever nominated and seconded The Steel Queen and I also want to thank all the people who voted for it. Your support means a lot to me. I write for you. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Karen


message 18: by Sandra (new)

Sandra The 'invite friends' is a default Goodreads link, and not something I can edit. However, one should read group rules when joining a group. The rules state quite clearly what the rules are. You're not being singled out, Karen, and in fact I thought your book sounded interesting. If people want to read and discuss it in this group, that is allowed - in another thread and another folder - perhaps 'stand alone novels' or 'series discussions' depending on which it is.


message 19: by Kim (new)

Kim Karen wrote: "Hi. I want to post a comment to the whole group. I am the author of The Steel Queen and I just got a message from Sandra aka Sleo that she has disqualified my book from the October nomination becau..."

I had seconded your book and did so because I thought that it sounded like something that I would really like. When you invite friends to come in to vote for your book it makes the voting unfair and it just doesn't feel right. I'm sure you can see this. I feel bad that you feel hurt by this and I'm sure it is tough to get an indie book out there. I still hope to read your book at some point as I genuinely felt it would be a great read!


message 20: by Karen (new)

Karen Azinger Thank you for seconding my book. I really appreciate it. As an indie author it is incredibly tough to get known even if you write a great book. I hope you will still give my saga a try someday. Thank you again.


message 21: by Daniel (new)

Daniel Maybe we could put it up for a 'valid' vote next time?


message 22: by Sandra (new)

Sandra Daniel wrote: "Maybe we could put it up for a 'valid' vote next time?"

Certainly. Or anyone can start a discussion thread about it in 'Series discussions'.


message 23: by Sandra (new)

Sandra It looks to me like many new members who are not eligible to vote have switched their votes to another book. This is not Kosher. You know who you are. Please remove your votes by clicking on the link that says 'change your vote' and then leaving the poll without voting.


message 24: by Avidreader100 (new)

Avidreader100 I voted for the Steel Queen because I loved the book. I am an avid reader, but find that Tolkien and Rowling are excellent writers with a whole lot of room underneath them before one finds authors that are worth reading.... I read George Martin and he was just OK in my estimation..... so when I heard about The Steel Queen from a friend, I read it and I like Azinger's books even more than George Martin. I can't believe The Steel Queen was taken off the list because of a button that was on the site that invited friends - and then the site claims that violated the rules. I voted before the button invite - was not even aware it had been done. So now my vote does not count! It sure makes Goodreads look like they are mixed up and confused. It also means that this poll will probably not get the best book - because The Steel Queen beats every other book I saw listed. You look really bad on this one Goodreads.


message 25: by MrsJoseph (last edited Aug 24, 2012 07:20AM) (new)

MrsJoseph Avidreader100 wrote: "I voted for the Steel Queen because I loved the book. I am an avid reader, but find that Tolkien and Rowling are excellent writers with a whole lot of room underneath them before one finds authors that are worth reading.... I read George Martin and he was just OK in my estimation..... so when I heard about The Steel Queen from a friend, I read it and I like Azinger's books even more than George Martin. I can't believe The Steel Queen was taken off the list because of a button that was on the site that invited friends - and then the site claims that violated the rules. I voted before the button invite - was not even aware it had been done. So now my vote does not count! It sure makes Goodreads look like they are mixed up and confused. It also means that this poll will probably not get the best book - because The Steel Queen beats every other book I saw listed. You look really bad on this one Goodreads. "

This is just a silly comment. You are blaming the Mod for the author not reading the rules?? The Mod has no control over any links that GR may code.

So, my suggestion is that you remove your vote if you joined after the 21st as the Mod requested.

In addition, you should stop making such silly comments since you have no clue what you are talking about. Also, you are NOT helping Karen's reputation at all. You are making HER look bad...so please, for the love of books, stop.


message 26: by Avidreader100 (new)

Avidreader100 I am not trying to help anyone's reputation, I am expressing my disappointment with Goodreads. You appear to be into personal attacks. I stand my conclusions. Please try to have a good day and not get too emotionally disturbed.


message 27: by MrsJoseph (new)

MrsJoseph Avidreader100 wrote: "I am not trying to help anyone's reputation, I am expressing my disappointment with Goodreads. You appear to be into personal attacks. I stand my conclusions. Please try to have a good day and not ..."


Sadly, I'm not surprised by your response. Especially considering your profile.

I hope this isn't Karen playing sockpuppet. But I'll let GR make that final determination.


message 28: by Sandra (new)

Sandra Avidreader100 wrote: "I am not trying to help anyone's reputation, I am expressing my disappointment with Goodreads. You appear to be into personal attacks. I stand my conclusions. Please try to have a good day and not ..."

Apparently the only books you've read are Karen Azinger's. You might want to try someone else, just for variety. It's interesting that you've been a GR member since Jan 2012 and you've only read 3 books and joined two groups. I wonder why you bothered to join? Is it only to support Azinger's books? That's commendable if you're her friend, but it doesn't lead credence to your comments.


message 29: by Avidreader100 (new)

Avidreader100 It appears that I struck a nerve - perhaps there are hidden agendas in play?? Maybe payola for pushing certain books, or publishers??
Very sad if that is the case.

Oh, and there is no one playing sock puppet on this end. But your paranoia is enlightening. Please accept that there is someone out here who sincerely thinks things were poorly handled...

I was very surprised by your responses. I had higher expectations....yes, maybe I am naive. Your responses are strange enough that I am not going to waste any more time reading them or responding. I have a real job needing attention.

SO just one last musing...Is goodreads really a forum run by readers who are unbiased and openly writing what they think? Or is it supported/directed by outside stakeholders. Would love to know the real story....Your jump to the idea of `sockpuppet' makes me curious....??


message 30: by Karen (new)

Karen Azinger I just discovered this exchange and am shocked by MrsJoseph's comments. I am the type of person who hides behind NO ONE! I do not play "sockpuppet"! I am insulted that this is even implied. I am very hurt by this whole thing and feel very bruised by this incident. As an indie author, you have no idea how much it meant to me to be nominated for the Fantasy Book Club monthly book. When I saw my book was deleted, I sat at my computer and wept. Once I pulled my thoughts together, I immediately posted my explanation and my apology to the whole group on this thread. I've been told by other authors that if they saw the "invite" friends button, they would have used it as well. If GR is getting complaints from other people then it is because THEY are upset about the outcome. Do you think that because I am an indie author I can't have fans around the world who are very keen for my books??? I am very disappointed that this discussion thread has devolved to insults where respected moderators call honest people's comments as "silly" and "sockpuppets".


message 31: by MrsJoseph (new)

MrsJoseph Karen. Asking your friends is not an excuse for not reading the rules.

The Mods per group CAN NOT CONTROL the coding of the site. WE DO NOT HAVE CONTROL over this. You should have read the rules. That link is HARD CODED into the GR website. Mods cannot remove it…which is why it is your responsibility to read the rules of every group you join. GR isn't getting complaints, Karen. This group is. GR has no clue that you and your friend are having a fit over the polling system. You are complaining to someone who has no ability to re-code the site.

I'm sorry you are upset but you aren't playing fair.

Also, Sandra tried to give you the benefit of the doubt and basically BEGGED the new voters to remove their votes in order to keep your book on the poll.

Funny you managed to miss that.

Also, it’s…passing strange that a person who doesn’t participate in GR suddenly pops up with the same misunderstandings of this site as you have…doesn’t matter, already reported to GR Staff.

So, your book was removed without prejudice. Others even wanted to read it later. Control yourself, read the rules and everything should be fine.

Also, considering the atmosphere of GR lately, you should talk to/PM your friend. You really don’t want to damage your reputation by overzealous fans.


message 32: by Karen (new)

Karen Azinger First off, I don't live on the computer, so I did not even read Sandra's e-mail about removing voters UNTIL AFTER MY BOOK HAD BEEN REMOVED!!!! And even if I wanted to do something about it, I have no idea who did and did not vote for the book. Yes, I invited friends but I have no idea if they voted or not. And by the time I read Sandra's e-mail, you had already deleted my book from the list! You are not being fair to me. And as to my fans, they do whatever they want. I believe in free speech. I would not even be writing on this thread if I had not been falsely accused of using "sockpuppets". That is very insulting.


message 33: by MrsJoseph (last edited Aug 24, 2012 10:41AM) (new)

MrsJoseph Karen wrote: "First off, I don't live on the computer, so I did not even read Sandra's e-mail about removing voters UNTIL AFTER MY BOOK HAD BEEN REMOVED!!!! And even if I wanted to do something about it, I have ..."

Fine, Karen. Have it your way. You don't have to read the rules at all. /sarcasm

Tell me all about how it works out for you in the future.

Heh...funny you caught the sockpuppet comment but not anything that could have saved you from this moment. And notice I said "I hope."

The lady doth protest too much, methinks.


message 34: by Karen (new)

Karen Azinger I am shocked by this exchange and very disappointed in you.


message 35: by MrsJoseph (new)

MrsJoseph Karen wrote: "I am shocked by this exchange and very disappointed in you."

Not as disappointed as I am in you.


message 36: by Avidreader100 (new)

Avidreader100 I have read other books, just none that I loved. I do not want to post reviews on books that I find trivial or boring - why waste time telling others not to read something? Maybe they will like it even if I did not (and I am an extremely busy professional).

There are books one reads because one cannot put them down and they make life better, and books one reads because one has found nothing better out there. Unfortunately there are very few of the former, and a whole lot of the latter.

It may be I am a very discriminating reader with very high standards? Or just way out of sync and very atypical? But why be critical of authors? I prefer to say nothing.

Two examples: Many years back someone recommended Martin's series; the person raved about his writing. I found Martin to be the best of a mediocre buffet. I predicted that his writing will not be around 100 years from now... I sincerely do not think his writing is that high caliber.... Maybe the marketing with the movies and other spin offs will change that.....and of course he is very wealthy..so he is a success from a market perspective..... Yes, a tad bit shocking to you?... but my perspective...I would not have posted anything on Martin.

Second example: I was not surprised by Rowling's success - I found the first book early on before it became `discovered' and knew that here was an author of unusual skill and imagination. I think her writing will be around five hundred years from now, and longer...independent of the movies or marketing, I found Rowlings writings are exceptional....If the internet had been as robust then as it is now, I would have taken the time to post on Rowling, as I did on Azinger.... I wanted to share a bit of my excitement of a really talented new author.

When I want great fantasy I often find, sadly, the best thing for me to do is to reread tried and true classics - as so many books out there are marginal to me... maybe a great plot but sophomoric writing. Or great writing but shallow character development. Or an irrational foundation....etc.. And I can say the same of drama, humor, historical fiction, mystery..... Great books are rather rare. when one reads a lot...

Thought I was doing a service to get the word out about a fantastic book. But I am an extremely busy person and do not waste time posting negatives....

I am also really surprised by the hostility that Goodreads is responding with...I find it curious?

I will not post unless I read a book that I think is really a find.. if you see a post from me, that why it is there....no matter what the genre...

Hope this gives you some insight. And again, I will stop responding on this thread as it is a time gobbler. Just wanted to set the record straight because things are a tad hostile. ( curiouser and curiouser).


message 37: by Karen (new)

Karen Azinger You are the moderators, you are the ones in the position of power. You hold all the cards. You should take the high road and not be insulting to others.


message 38: by MrsJoseph (new)

MrsJoseph Karen. One last time.

I'm pleading with you.

Please protect your reputation and STOP.

Log off the computer. Go take a long walk.


message 39: by Deborah (new)

Deborah Group Rules: "Personal atacks on authors, moderators, or members are not permitted..."

Just so you know, I am NOT Karen. I happen to know her and I happen to read a lot. I perused this thread as a nonmember and had to join so that I could comment.

I am appalled at the way you two (Sandra and MrsJoseph) have treated this woman. Mrs Joseph? Can you not read the site's rules, for yourself? You have been busy insulting not one, but two people on this thread. I was a moderator on a forum for several years. Had I spoken to anyone the way you spoke to her with your "You don't have to read the rules at all/sarcasm" comment and your imperious instruction for her to "Log off the computer. Go take a long walk." and to "Control yourself." I would have been stripped of my moderator title. You're just outright offensive, lady. She made a mistake, she apologized. You could have said "I'm so sorry that you misunderstood the rules. Perhaps your book will be nominated, again, in future.Here is the link to the rules page so that you're very clear on them for any future nominations" and left it at that, but, no... you just had to be insulting, hmmm???

I don't know Avidreader, but I applaud their restraint in their responses to you. Most people would have insulted you, back, in kind. You deserved it.

I am rather disappointed that my introduction to this site is via the offensive comments from two moderators who don't read the rules of the site, themselves, but then slam others, publicly, for not doing it. I think the site might have actually had some value - as I love to read and am always looking for new and interesting titles. I'll look elsewhere, now, thanks to the two of you.

Deborah Troy


message 40: by [deleted user] (new)

Some basic information certain people don't seem to understand:

MrsJ isn't a mod in this group.

This group isnt run by goodreads.

Rules are simply stated and easily accessible. Ignorance of them does not mean you don't have to follow them.

Having an account with only books by one author join a group to defend that author is pretty obviously either sock puppetry or overzealous fandom. Claiming otherwise is insulting to the intelligence of all concerned.


message 41: by Sandra (new)

Sandra Ala wrote: "Some basic information certain people don't seem to understand:

MrsJ isn't a mod in this group.

This group isnt run by goodreads.

Rules are simply stated and easily accessible. Ignorance of the..."


Thanks, Ala. I was just coming back in to make clear that I'm the mod here, not Mrs. Joseph. And also that what happens here is within this club and is in only a very limited way dictated by Goodreads.

At no time did I insult anyone here. I have repeatedly posted that anyone could start a discussion of Karen's books in another thread. I have repeatedly said that her book could be considered at another time.

It appears that none of the posters who are so outraged are regular members of or regular commentators in this group. It appears that Deborah only joined 45 minutes ago. It seems remarkable that she served as a mod before she was a member.

Karen, Mrs. Joseph did not accuse you of being a sock puppet. She only questioned the membership of Avidreader. Perhaps some of you should read all the posts.

Enough said on this subject. If the author had bothered to read the rules of this group and had followed them, none of this would have happened and her book would have happily remained in the poll.


message 42: by Sandra (new)

Sandra Mrs. J didn't insult anyone, either. She expressed her opinion.


message 43: by Frits (new)

Frits Group Rules: "Personal atacks on authors, moderators, or members are not permitted..." doesnt matter if mrsJoseph is a mod or not. She is making others look more bad then she should. Her language is not permitable.
and i leave it with that. Ive read karens book, have read more than one of hers and i wouldnt have done that if i didnt really like them. WHY? because i work in a library and i have acces to a lot of books so i dont really need to own any. which means i have a lot but not all the books ive read and the only way to read Karens books is to buy them.
I hope she can come back in another poll and get voted for. Not reading rules is no excuse and i think she knows them now. writing as mrs J. did is an even worse thing to do cause it makes it obvious she has little respect for others.
and if there are spelling faults or whatever in this text that is because im one of many in another country enjoying books written in english or other languages.
with that the mouse will go look for cheese again.


message 44: by MrsJoseph (last edited Aug 24, 2012 03:46PM) (new)

MrsJoseph *snicker*

it's awfully funny that you guys are allllll so upset for Karen.

How long have you been a member again?? Just this month? Ooooh, I'm *so* concerned about your opinion regarding this matter. See, you're lucky...cause if I was the mod here all of you would be kickbanned.

So, I suggest you guys calm it down before it gets worse for Karen than it already is. This is a social networking site...do you think that Karen's rep will take quite so many hits?

I don't.


message 45: by Chelsea (last edited Aug 24, 2012 03:44PM) (new)

Chelsea It'd be nice if someone spoke up and took ownership of those questionable accounts. A bunch have Rhinelander, WI as their location, and if they're not sock puppets, then I'm Mickey Mouse. After all, if the author is uninvolved, then her reputation ought to be cleared.


message 46: by MrsJoseph (new)

MrsJoseph Chelsea wrote: "It'd be nice if someone spoke up and took ownership of those questionable accounts. A bunch have Rhinelander, WI as their location, and if they're not sock puppets, then I'm Mickey Mouse. After all..."

You're right, Chelsea. It's just a pain to report to GR. I'll get around to it soonish.


message 47: by MrsJoseph (new)

MrsJoseph Chelsea wrote: "It'd be nice if someone spoke up and took ownership of those questionable accounts. A bunch have Rhinelander, WI as their location, and if they're not sock puppets, then I'm Mickey Mouse. After all..."

Hmmmmm, I wonder what Rhinelander, WI, Karen and Facebook all have in common.

/sarcasm


message 48: by Frits (new)

Frits MrsJoseph wrote: "*snicker*

it's awfully funny that you guys are allllll so upset for Karen.

How long have you been a member again?? Just this month? Ooooh, I'm *so* concerned about your opinion regarding this m..."


actually you are the reason i commented :)
so funny you just cant shut up and keep talking bad about people you dont know and really dont want to know you. seems you have something to say on everything as long as it isnt positive. My account is not questionable, it is not a sock puppet and ive been a member with good reads longer than a month. prop not been to your page but that was because i didnt know it existed. Someone pointed it out to me and as i like fantasy i thought i might give it a go. I did, now this is just something to laugh about. will never take any of you serious any more and i guess you know who to blame for that.
If i would interact with my collegues in this way when we were discussing books for my workplace they would kick me in the but and send me home to my mother with a note to teach me good manners again before letting me come back to work.
For the books : they just have to speak for themselves. i will keep on reading and i will care for others opinions but it is the book that has to make the difference to me not what you read write or think.


message 49: by MrsJoseph (new)

MrsJoseph Frits. You and Karen are friends, I know. And she's talking about me on FB. I know.

So let her know that I don't have a product to sell. So this isn't helping her.

It's not smart. So keep talking all you want. You're digging a bigger hole for her.

You aren't making me mad or "telling me off." You're just allowing more people to see how Karen reacts when she gets a bee in her bonnet.

Notice I keep mentioning Karen's name.

That's because everything you do reflects back at her.

Insult me? I'm mad at Karen.

Cheat? It's still Karen.

Break the rules. Karen again.

So. Please don't think you are doing her any favors. You've only helped to make sure I'm not going to buy her book...because it *was* on my to buy list.

You've helped her loose some business - which equals some money.

But like I said to Karen before...

Let me know how that works out.


message 50: by Brenda (new)

Brenda I received the email from Sandra regarding the issue with my vote Wed afternoon and was not able to figure out how to remove my vote. So the next morning I sent an email to Sandra asking how to accomplish this and received a reply an hour or so later from Sandra letting me know Karen’s book had been removed. Do you really consider half a day sufficient time for everyone that submitted a non-qualifying vote to remove it?

I joined goodreads awhile back and joined the ‘Fantasy Book Club’ when I found out Karen’s book had been nominated. I am a busy person and really had no idea these groups even existed until the other day. I’m sure Karen and everyone else understands rules are rules but there is really no reason for some on this forum to get so nasty.

MrsJoseph/Chelsea, report away… I think you will find we are all legitimate people and avid readers even if we are not active in this forum. I think a lot of us are busy slaying dragons and such and do not have a lot of time for reviewing/listing or whatever. I also suspect a lot of us have been left with a not so good opinion of this group and its behaviour. I really don’t think Karen’s reputation should be hurt by this. If anyone’s reputation is hurt it will be the ‘Fantasy Book Club’ group on Goodreads.

Lastly, I have read “The Steel Queen” and “The Flame Priest” and am eagerly awaiting the arrival of the third book. I hope you guys (with the exception of MrsJoseph) will eventually get around to reading these books, but if not it is your loss.

This is my opinion, so flame away…


« previous 1
back to top

Members can create polls
widget


Kahir 0 books
16 friends
voted for:
The Left...


Syren 1 book
30 friends
voted for:
The Left...


Michelle 143 books
2 friends
voted for:
The Left...


Calzedonia 944 books
102 friends
voted for:
The Left...


Benjamin 155 books
3 friends
voted for:
The Curse...


Jonas 895 books
19 friends
voted for:
The Shado...


Zayne 500 books
128 friends
voted for:
The Left...


Keith 458 books
23 friends
voted for:
Librioman...


Nicolientje 66 books
4 friends
voted for:
The Left...


Nands 100 books
3 friends
voted for:
The Summo...


Frits 401 books
70 friends
voted for:
The Left...


Pete 144 books
34 friends
voted for:
The Shado...


Judy 271 books
110 friends
voted for:
Kushiel's...


Travis 1018 books
1 friend
voted for:
The Innoc...


Linda 1630 books
53 friends
voted for:
Feast of...


larbi 186 books
0 friends
voted for:
Nine Prin...


Christine 48 books
41 friends
voted for:
The Left...


Terje 27 books
2 friends
voted for:
The Shado...


Evie 522 books
52 friends
voted for:
Nine Prin...


Brock 160 books
0 friends
voted for:
Kraken


Brenda ╰☆╮ 602 books
97 friends
voted for:
Karavans


Bloody Ben 910 books
66 friends
voted for:
Kushiel's...


Efrat 493 books
2 friends
voted for:
Acacia: T...


Dave 54 books
12 friends
voted for:
The Innoc...


Pat 233 books
11 friends
voted for:
The Innoc...


Dez 86 books
1 friend
voted for:
Acacia: T...


Anshul 195 books
25 friends
voted for:
Librioman...


Anish 1013 books
40 friends
voted for:
Acacia: T...


Sean 446 books
123 friends
voted for:
The Innoc...


Randy 39 books
19 friends
voted for:
The Summo...


More...