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My library includes books I own or books I've read. Books I've read but do not own are tagged "released" or "library". Childhood reads and those that pre-date my LT catalog are generally not included. I wish I could say that I've read all I own, but that is an on-going project.

My wish-list is a spreadsheet pushing 400 titles, thank you LT. The list doesn't include many classics and prize-winners that are among my "wanna reads".

Groups1001 Books to read before you die, 50-Something Library Thingers, 888 Challenge, Amazon's Kindle, Ebook, Etiquette and Manners, Favorite Bookstores, Gardening, Girlybooks, Holocaust Experiencesshow all groups


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Good Morning,

NTI Upstream wants to let you know that your author signed Advanced Readers Copy of Coppola: A Pediatric Surgeon in Iraq (for your participation in the LibraryThing Early Reviewers program) has been shipped and should arrive shortly.

Bestselling author (Final Exam: A Surgeon's Reflections on Mortality) and NY Times columnist Pauline Chen praises the work as “powerful, thought-provoking, and unforgettable…” In Chen’s words, after reading Coppola: A Pediatric Surgeon in Iraq, “You will never again look at the Iraq war—or any war for that matter—in quite the same way.”

We hope you enjoy Coppola: A Pediatric Surgeon in Iraq and look forward to your comments. For further information, please visit the official website

Thank you,

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Welcome to The Highly Rated Book Group!

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Could you please post your rocket man review to Barnes and Noble? Thank you. I think it is already on Amazon. Thanks again
Could you please post your review of Rocket Man to Thank you.

No my building is 1300 Hall Boulevard. Still busy unpacking and finding things. I suppose I will get used to it over time.

I'm really tickled that my late night idle bookstore adding was of use to you. The stock at Miscellanea Libri is small enough and odd enough that its always changing and so always worth revisiting. Its also nice to hear the Flower Show visitors don't just wander recklessly and slowly across intersections when they're not in the Convention Center.
Hi I just read your post on the thread how do you sort your books. You mentioned that you had converted a room with floor to ceiling shelves. My question to you is if they are shelves just fixed to the walls or if they are book cases? You mentioned that the shelves are adjustable, wondering how you can adjust the shelves if they just attached to the walls. I like the sound of this and was thinking about doing the same thing. Just wanted to know how it might work out regarding the shelves having the strength to hold all the books. Any input would be appreciated
I just finished The Quiet American. I really enjoyed it and would recommend it. It's given me a bit more to think about than the last couple of books I've read.
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