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Omnitopia: Dawn
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by Diane Duane (Goodreads Author)
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Cass Cass said: " This book is badly written, but it is like a train-wreck, I can't look away.

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I was a gamer when I was in my mid-20s. My husband and I would spend every spare moment gaming. One day in the middle of an 8-hour raid one of the ot
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Cass Cass said: " I was in the "I don't like Winnie-the-pooh" camp until I picked up an abridged version of this book, I was surprised at how different the characters and the storyline were to the Disney version.

Then I found this book in a second-hand bookstore for $4
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" Interesting discussion.

I think it highlights the changing role of a book over its history.

A book has a different meaning for each generation. I think
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Cass and 167 other people liked Ariel's review of Eleanor & Park:
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
"I have so many thoughts and ideas and things I want to discuss, and I can't possible put them all here, but here are some of my main thinkings:

1) PARENTS: Parent's are such an integral part of teenage life - they are the reason you can do things,..." Read more of this review »
Cass made a comment in the group Classics and the Western CanonThe Tea Shop 3 topic
" I read a book the other day (You Are What You Speak: Grammar Grouches, Language Laws, and the Politics of Identity), that had this great quote:

"To rep
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Cass made a comment on her review of Wool Omnibus (Silo, #1)
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Cass made a comment in the group Classics and the Western CanonText analysis topic
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Chosen by K.F. Breene
Chosen (The Warrior Chronicles #1)
by K.F. Breene (Goodreads Author)
read in April, 2015
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I really liked this. I think it shows potential, and this author might be one to keep an eye on. I read this book as park of a set of 16 books (I think I paid $3.50 on Amazon for the ebook bundle). It is only marginally longer than a novella, don't b ...more
Cass and 15 other people liked MandyM's review of Venomous (Alien Warrior, #1):
Venomous by Penelope Fletcher
"Got to about 30% then skipped to the end. Lost interest in this when I realised it was menage and there were three male interests for the silly heroine. Much has been made of this being like Last Hour Of Gann. It's not. It is best labeled as Futur..." Read more of this review »
The Complete Atopia Chronicles by Matthew Mather
"A character driven sci-fi story, with too many characters lacking any redeeming qualities. The first person narrative jumps between characters, making the story feel disjointed throughout. Too many lead characters that drives the story into too ma..." Read more of this review »
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Bride of Falcon by Collette Cameron

This is the collection that contained this book. You can see the title and author clearly from the image. I di
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Steve Hockensmith
“Walking out in the middle of a funeral would be, of course, bad form. So attempting to walk out on one's own was beyond the pale.”
Steve Hockensmith, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls

Ben H. Winters
“Lady Middleton piqued herself upon the elegance and extravagance of her table, and all her domestic arrangements; she loved to surprise English visitors with displays of hospitality native to her homeland, such as flavouring her soups with monkey urine and not telling anyone she had done so until the bowl had been drained.”
Ben H. Winters, Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters
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Sarah Ockler
“Would 'sorry' have made any difference? Does it ever? It's just a word. One word against a thousand actions.”
Sarah Ockler, Bittersweet

Joshua Slocum
“I had already found that it was not good to be alone, and so made companionship with what there was around me, sometimes with the universe and sometimes with my own insignificant self; but my books were always my friends, let fail all else.”
Joshua Slocum, Sailing Alone around the World

Lane Smith
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JIM: :( ! :)”
Lane Smith, It's a Book

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19860 Classics and the Western Canon — 2124 members — last activity 39 minutes ago
This is a group to read and discuss those books generally referred to as “the classics” or “the Western canon.” Books which have shaped Western though ...more
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A group to read and discuss short stories. One short-story per week/fort-night, followed by a hearty discussion. Typically the stories will be "classi ...more
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Readers of Jane, gather here to discuss anything from Frank Churchill's secrets to Lady Catherine's whims. What finally "persuaded" Anne Elliot? What ...more
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A place where all Goodreads members can work together to improve the Goodreads book catalog. Non-librarians are welcome to join the group as well, to ...more
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Star Trek has spanned a lot of books since the first one in the 60s: 14+ series, 12 mini-series, ebook short stories, novelizations, comics... They al ...more
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2013 Reading Challenge
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