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Member: JosephLYoung

CollectionsYour library (829), Read but unowned (16), Favorites (1), All collections (837)

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TagsMystery (258), e'book mystery (138), mystery (76), e'book fantasy (76), Science Fiction (32), Fantasy (31), e'book science fiction (29), Fiction (15), e'book action adventure (13), Spy Thriller (12) — see all tags

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Member sinceJan 5, 2010

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Happy new year, and here's wishing for many a good read! - Karen
Did you really read "Half Share"? Unless you're 12 it wasn't really worth the time...
Found you! I agree that new authors do seem to use GoodReads more than LibraryThing. I know sometimes an author who tries to promote their book can get rebuffed rather abruptly around here although there are a couple of authors who I've seen become warmly welcomed because they took the time to be a part of the community, for better or worse.

I'll watch for your posts over there and glad to make the connection. I'll put in a friend request for you here and I"ll try to stay in touch.

Karen

aka maggie1944
from Seattle area
Thanks very much, Joe, for your positive revew of Big Sick Heart. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Regards,

Mike Markel
Just joined . You are right Rich, I should have expected a book much as you wrote! I acknowledge that Dolores did come to a final realization that what she did was wrong but, is anyone so dense that they need that many life lessons to realize the course their life is taking is destructive? I'm not sure I understand what the description of object depravity brings to the table. If you watch any television and see the commercial about frying eggs with the comments, "This is your brain!" and "This is your brain on drugs", would all those lessons be necessary? I guess I just missed the balance between actions and consequences!

Don't mean to be critical! My fault for expecting MORE!

Sorry, Joe
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