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Practical Demonkeeping by Christopher Moore
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Nov 26, 2007

really liked it
Recommended for: people who like clever (but not TOO never) books
Read in January, 2004

Well, it's Chris Moore. One of the few American writers who really reminds me of the Douglas Adams/Terry Pratchett school of well-thought-out, funny, emotionally resonant writing. Of course, that could just as easily mean I need to try out some more American authors, I don't mean to put down writers from my own country, after all. I'm just saying...

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message 1: by Tina (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:59PM) (new)

Tina I've been wanting to read this book! I wish that I had time, but with finals and "dead week"-so named because all the professors are trying to kill you, I doubt I'll have time until school is out. Do you buy your books or get them from the library? I think I'm going to get some dog training books to read over Xmas too(we're going to get a dog this summer :D)You're staying in Seattle for the whole Xmas season, right? I wish that we could come out West (I want to see Seattle, and also Portland). Well, I guess I'll stop rambling.
I hope everything is going well,

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