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"Have read three more stories, enjoyed them all. One was to honor Kistin and the author said she had added it to the paperback edition of For a Few Demons More. I thought I read all of them in paperback, but did not remember this. I may have read the next, but did not remember it well. The next and the one I am reading now star Jenks and are new to me." Aug 28, 2015 12:56PM

 
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"Non-Canonicle Epistles and Related Writing: arranged chronologically as well as scholars can date them, they were written from about 100 a.d through about 500 a.d.. and give us an idea of the development and arguments of the early church that led to what we have today. Much of the opposing ideas (to Orthodox thinking of the time) are now incorporated in many of our Protestant churches." Jul 08, 2015 01:58PM

 
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"Part 4 is The Ill-Made Knight and is about Lancelot, starting at the age of 15 and ending when he is in his mid-40's. Whereas Malory had simply recounted events: deeds and tournaments that all the knights took part in, with a factual and listing style, White is telling a story with much humor. He leaves out much of what Malory included and embellishes the most interesting parts focusing on relationships." Mar 11, 2015 12:21PM

 
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Julie is on page 330 of 513 of Into the Woods: Have read three more stories, enjoyed them all. One was to honor Kistin and the author said she had added it to the paperback edition of For a Few Demons More. I thought I read all of them in paperback, but did not remember this. I may have read the next, but did not remember it well. The next and the one I am reading now star Jenks and are new to me.
Into the Woods by Kim Harrison
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Julie is on page 201 of 513 of Into the Woods: I had read the next two stories, also, but it took me some time to figure it out. I don't remember the erotic stuff that well, and have to wait until something actually happens to remember it. :-)
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Flying Too High by Kerry Greenwood
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With two mysteries to solve, this turned into a madcap and fun romp with even time for a bit of shenanigans thrown in (because without shenanigans, it couldn't possibly be a Phryne Fisher book.) Reading these books is a great time...
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The Undead Pool by Kim Harrison
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Skin Game by Jim Butcher
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Flying Too High by Kerry Greenwood
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The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness
The Book of Life (All Souls Trilogy, #3)
by Deborah Harkness (Goodreads Author)
read in August, 2015
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And this finishes the trilogy (unfortunately). I have really enjoyed this one. She leaves room for another addition to this world, but she will need to come up with more villains to make even one more book. Maybe set it in a later time, or have anoth ...more
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Night Over Water by Ken Follett
Night Over Water
by Ken Follett (Goodreads Author)
read in August, 2015
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I liked this even better than the much longer historical novels of his that I have read. About half the size of The Pillars of the Earth, etc, this being shorter is also much tighter, concentrating the tension into a 48 hour period. With characters e ...more
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“When you read Marx (or Jesus) this way, you come to see that real wealth is not material wealth and real poverty is not just the lack of food, shelter, and clothing. Real poverty is the belief that the purpose of life is acquiring wealth and owning things. Real wealth is not the possession of property but the recognition that our deepest need, as human beings, is to keep developing our natural and acquired powers to relate to other human beings.”
Grace Lee Boggs, The Next American Revolution: Sustainable Activism for the Twenty-First Century

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