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message 1: by Kait (new)

Kait Arg, I'm having a very hard time finding this. I'll have to call our used bookshops - the box store (we really only have one company) doesn't have it in, and the library doesn't have it listed. How annoying!

message 2: by Jon (new)

Jon Using and an Edmonton, AB, Canada postal code of T5J 0S1, I found that the University of Alberta has a copy available at their library:

Or you can buy a used one from Amazon for around $3 (US):

I was lucky that the library on the first floor of the building I work in had a copy on the shelf ready for checkout yesterday. :)

message 3: by Kait (new)

Kait Wow, thanks! I wasn't expecting you to tell me where to find one! :o) I think I might have the bookstore bring one in for me, so then I won't have to pay for shipping.

message 4: by Jason (new)

Jason This is why I love Seattle, I found two used copies, and about a dozen new versions at the three bookstores I looked at.

message 5: by Lori (new)

Lori Hey Jason, what bookstores do you frequent? (Apparently I live 4 miles from you!) Just wondering because my favorite used bookstore 2 blocks away just closed. *sob*

Only 3 stars, eh Jon? I love Tim Powers.

message 6: by Jon (last edited Oct 29, 2008 07:53PM) (new)

Jon Three stars is my initial reaction. I'm going to ruminate on it for a day or two before writing the review and making my final decision on the star rating. I may also have to re-read the last 50 pages or so ... I kept nodding off ... not because I was bored but because I've been so stressed at work.

message 7: by Lori (new)

Lori Haha Jon, that's OK if it stays 3 stars with you! Twas merely an excuse to spread the love for Powers, his imagination blows me away. I hope you try some of his other books.

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