Mount TBR 2013 Reading Challenge discussion

Level 6: El Toro (75 Books) > Kilaminjaro has been conquered now for El Toro ....

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message 1: by Christine (new)

Christine (chrisarrow) Go Christine! GO!

message 2: by C. (friends, please call me by name) (last edited Jun 22, 2013 08:00AM) (new)

C.  (friends, please call me by name) (riedel) So much for sitting on the same mount {applause}! Way to keep moving! In what genre and tone is "I, Mona Lisa" by this Jeanne Kalogridis?

C.  (friends, please call me by name) (riedel) Is it fiction or is this a known woman, upon whom Jeanne Kalogridis published a study?

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Dawn (& Ron) (furryreaders) | 4 comments Wow, Christine, very impressive! And some good reads. I'm currently reading and enjoying the first book from the Maurice Druon series and am so glad these are finally being republished in English.

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Dawn (& Ron) (furryreaders) | 4 comments Yes, the French side of things is what I find interesting too. I need to check your Mt. Kilimanjaro list since you have many here that are interesting.

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Bev | 328 comments Mod
You're reaching mountain summits like they're going out of style. :-) Congrats!

C.  (friends, please call me by name) (riedel) So do I -truly- but I only read a few hours at night! At least in summer, central Canadians (the harsh prairies) really soak in all the sun they can, get growing on gardens and flowers, slurp ice cream, dip toes in lakes.... Winter? That's when I'll meet ya on one of Bev's mountains. :-)

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