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About meLibrary Science Student, born in NYC under the watchful eyes of Patience and Fortitude. Moved south to Atlanta and devoured southern culture.Passionate about books, cats, Dan and the 1st Amendment

About my libraryNot a masterpiece yet- rather random in subject. Perhaps a bit safe- filled with the classics. Just getting into collecting the rare and more precious.

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Member sinceSep 9, 2008

Currently readingRevelations: The Medieval World (Henry Holt Reference Book) by James Harpur
An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of 'the Wealth of Nations' by Adam Smith
Thomas Paine : Collected Writings : Common Sense / The Crisis / Rights of Man / The Age of Reason / Pamphlets, Articles, and Letters (Library of America) by Thomas Paine

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I THOUGHT you might want to change that.

Anyway, I read Silverlock twice -- both times more than 25 years ago. I just recently bought a copy in hardback and, in a library of about 630 books, it is my dearest possession. It's new to my present home, but it's near the top of my TBR stack. I can almost taste it as I write.

Best.

Deke
Katherine -- Of John Myers Myers Silverlock, you wrote: "a fun jaunt through the anals of great literary characters and a bit of magic thrown in. Wonderful escape reading."

The word you were looking for is "annals." The word that you used, "anals," is something else again. . . .

Best wishes.

dekesolomon
Hey! It's Jenn, I added you to my friends list (well, per your approval). How's the newlywed girl!?
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