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Thanks for choosing my library as an interesting one! I'll have a look through yours to see what in addition to Catherynne Valente we have in common.

Your tags are excellent, by the way!
What did you think of The Night Circus?
Thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries! I'm excited to take a look at yours!
Hi Lorraine,

Here is part 2 of the discussion on "Moon Tiger":

http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/may/08/penelope-lively-moon-tiger-bookclub

I can also really recommend her latest book 'Family Album'.

Going to my Granddaughter's birthday party tomorrow - but BBQ it will not be - too cold!

Best,

Peter
Thanks for adding me to your "interesting libraries." I'm truly flattered. As to recommendations on non-fiction books on Alexandria, "The Rise and Fall of Alexandria: Birthplace of the Modern World" is a nice read, and a fun read for a book owner is "The Vanished Library: A Wonder of the Ancient World," which is about the Library of Alexandria.

Thanks, and have fun!
Greetings, and thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries! Are you tracking your 2010 reads anywhere? I'd be interested to read your thoughts and reviews.
Thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries--I've done the same. We share quite a few books, so you must have fabulous taste. You have the most interesting tag names! Very entertaining.
Hi, I noticed you added me to your 'interesting libraries' list. We've got 28 books in common, so it seems like you've got a diverse taste in books, too. Happy reading! :)
I too, find myself in awe of your tags.
Oh dear, that includes a great many people! I hope she and I get on well together. Being a single person, for me the world of IN-LAW is pretty much forbidden territory: and besides what does it mean to be a Mother INLAW (as opposed, say, to a Mother OUTLAW).
Your tags are lyrical.
mcoy
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