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Mrs. Dalloway
My reasoning for reading this book are three-fold:
- I'd tried once and gotten about 3/4 of the way through, but never finished
- It is by Virginia Wool...more
Dec 2007
Nov 24, 2007
Twelve Sharp (Stephanie Plum, #12)
First, I would like to say that a. I did not purchase this book b. I am suffering from jet lag induced insomnia and c. as a result of this insomnia I...more
Aug 28, 2007
Aug 28, 2007
Bluestocking Bride
There was a surprisingly sedentary plot (nobody dies or narrowly escapes death) which actually makes it even *more* romantic because...aren't we all v...more
Nov 2007
Dec 01, 2007
Obsessive Genius: The Inner World of Marie Curie
Overall I found it a pretty well written book. More pictures would’ve been nice, because I must admit to being a rather superficial person who likes t...more
Feb 2007
Dec 23, 2007
The Perfect Seduction
This one has a very interesting plot, complete with requisite mystery/crime, but the part that really pleased me most was the author's willingness to...more
Nov 2007
Dec 01, 2007
Family Trust
I want to love the protagonist for something other than her beauty, Ms. Brown. I think you’ve tried that one already, see her last novel Legally Blond...more
Jun 2007
Dec 23, 2007
Never Have Your Dog Stuffed: And Other Things I've Learned
I must have read this book two or three weeks ago, the bulk of it at the mechanics where I was so engrossed I hadn’t realized they were done changing...more
May 2007
Dec 23, 2007
Memoirs of an Unregulated Economist
The best way to sum up Stigler’s memoir is a quote from the book: a scholar is an evangelist seeking to convert his learned brethren to the new enligh...more
Jan 2007
Dec 23, 2007
Maestro: Greenspan's Fed and the American Boom
This was originally read as extra credit for my Intro to Macroeconomics class, but the question list was far too long and I got an A regardless. ;) Al...more
May 2007
Dec 23, 2007
American Gods (American Gods, #1)
I need to preface this review with the following statement: THIS IS THE FIRST BOOK I HAVE DEVOURED IN AN OBSCENELY LONG TIME. And it was great!

Part of...more
May 2007
Dec 23, 2007
Never Seduce a Scoundrel (School for Heiresses #1)
There's an American Regency England, and he's got uniquely American baggage! I'll admit that I've obviously been away from my history texts far too lo...more
Dec 2007
Dec 23, 2007
Thought it was all right, got a got hunk of it down in one go and was sure it'd be an easy-peasy read but it turns out there's a reason Voltaire is co...more
Jul 2007
Jul 08, 2007
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter #7)
This is arguably my favorite of the series because I feel like it was in this one that JK Rowling was best able to convey what she wanted. There was a...more
Jul 2007
Jul 05, 2007
A Dash of Scandal
Gossip columnist, definitely an interesting premise. But the rest of it is exactly as we expected, for the followers of this genre. The usual Regency...more
Sep 04, 2007
Sep 04, 2007
That's Amore
Even divorced librarians can find amore. And I want to go and see Italy again, but, with a personal tour guide. ;)
Sep 04, 2007
Sep 04, 2007
On the Way to the Wedding (Bridgertons, #8)
Dec 2007
Dec 30, 2007
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