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And Then There Were None
4.19
A group of strangers is invited to a deserted island by a mysterious host they do not know. When they arrive they immediately
1. dislike each other
2....more
Jan 1997
Apr 17, 2007
 
Prep
3.32
Even though this takes place at a high school, it was eerily similar to my experience at Covenant with daily chapel services, separate male/female dor...more
Apr 2007
Apr 09, 2007
 
The Tightwad gazette: Promoting thrift as a viable alternative lifestyle
4.05
This book is going to change my life. It is a huge compendium of tips on clever, extreme, and sometimes ridiculous ways to save money. I love her phil...more
Apr 2007
Apr 26, 2007
 
State of Fear
3.65
Fascinating. Glad to see that not everyone in the world is on the global warming bandwagon, since I'm still undecided. I like how Crichton tackles con...more
Jan 2006
Apr 17, 2007
 
The Robe
4.17
My all-time favorite re-telling of a Bible story: the death of Jesus and how it affected the centurion who won his robe.

I read this book about the sa...more
Jan 1996
Apr 17, 2007
 
The Son of Laughter
4.08
A very forthright, crude re-telling of the adventures of Isaac, Jacob, Joseph and their families. It can open your eyes to the messiness that is life...more
Mar 2007
Apr 17, 2007
 
Prey
3.65
A thoroughly creepy book! This is my second favorite Crichton book (after Timeline), but for completely different reasons. I couldn't put it down beca...more
not set
Apr 17, 2007
 
Talk to the Hand: The Utter Bloody Rudeness of the World Today, or Six Good Reasons to Stay Home and Bolt the Door
3.33
This book was not as good as "Eats Shoots and Leaves," but still delighfully funny. Maybe I don't care quite as much about etiquette - British etiquet...more
Aug 2006
Apr 19, 2007
 
Many Waters (A Wrinkle in Time Quintet, #4)
4.01
While this book is about Noah and the flood, told from a different point of view, it also ended up being the most raw/honest book I had read to that p...more
Jan 1996
Apr 17, 2007
 
1984
4.09
A classic that everyone should read. It was much more readable than Brave New World, which I floundered around in, then gave up on. I am very intrigue...more
Aug 2005
Apr 17, 2007
 
Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation
3.84
Oh how the witty barbs made me laugh. I have such an attitude problem with poor grammar, puntuation and spelling, and I am both delighted and ashamed...more
Jul 2006
Apr 19, 2007
 
Timeline
3.77
My favorite Michael Crichton book so far. I like the fascinating, new (to me) concepts of quantum physics, and the fact that he researches everything...more
Mar 2002
Apr 17, 2007
 
Animal Farm
3.93
Read in high school. Couldn't stand it - it dragged on too much and lacked subtlety. The critique did not seem as clever or veiled as it could have be...more
Jan 1999
Apr 17, 2007
 
The Time Traveler's Wife
3.92
Rarely do I cry because of a book. Rarely will I buy a brand new bestseller just to finish it. I read the first half of this book while babysitting, r...more
Mar 2005
Apr 09, 2007
 
Tess of the D'Urbervilles
3.71
I started reading this thinking it was going to be a lighthearted book. I got most of the way through, and could've finished it, but when I figured ou...more
Jul 2003
Apr 19, 2007
 
Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting by in America
3.58
Fascinating look at the hardships of trying to live on minimum wage, both financially and physically. After reading this, I'm not sure how anyone mana...more
Nov 2006
Apr 19, 2007
 
Phantastes
3.97
I never made it all the way through this book. I borrowed it from my now sister-in-law, kept it for nearly a year, and though I love both Tolkein and...more
Jan 2000
Apr 09, 2007
 
Gathering Blue (The Giver, #2)
3.78
This book was slightly anti-climatic after reading the Giver, though still good. Maybe it was more a disappointment that the story will not continue....more
Oct 2005
Apr 17, 2007
 
The Tightwad Gazette II: Promoting Thrift as a Viable Alternative Lifestyle
4.04
5 pages in and just as good as the first book. If this lady had ever started a cult I'd be in danger of joining.
Apr 2007
Apr 26, 2007
 
The Giver (The Giver, #1)
4.11
I need to own this book and read it over and over.
Sep 2005
Apr 17, 2007
 
New and Collected Poems: 1931-2001
4.38
AMAZING. He has suddenly become my all-time favorite poet.
not set
Apr 19, 2007
 
Unfinished Tales of Númenor and Middle-Earth
3.87
None
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Apr 09, 2007
 
Wuthering Heights
3.79
None
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Apr 09, 2007
 
The Hobbit, or, There and Back Again
4.20
None
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Apr 09, 2007
 
The Tightwad Gazette III: Promoting Thrift as a Viable Alternative Lifestyle
4.08
None
not set
Apr 26, 2007
 
The Five Love Languages Gift Edition: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate
4.18
None
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Apr 25, 2007
 
Rising Sun
3.56
None
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Apr 17, 2007
 
Prufrock and Other Observations
4.38
None
not set
Apr 09, 2007
 
The Chronicles of Narnia (#1-7)
4.22
None
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Apr 09, 2007
 
A Little Princess
4.19
None
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Apr 09, 2007
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