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Wow, is it possible? You've read The Far Euphrates AND A Different Person? Both soooooo good!
That looks wonderful! Added to my wishlist! Thanks, P T!
[The Vast Fields of Ordinary] -- No, I've not heard of that before Paul.
Hi P_T...drive-by hug...too long since I've seen you around!

RMD
P-T-Mack
Thanks for adding me as your friend. We seem to share a mutual interest in several areas. I intend to donate my GLBT book to a library someday - just need to find one here in Colorado. I saw you added Imre: A Memorandum - that is on my short list - I'd be interested to hear what you think.
Take Care,
Livenlearn
FYI
I have uploaded a cover for The Panther's Feast by Robert Asprey. This is from the 1959 G. P. Putnam's Sons hardcover edition.
"but I put them in the category of light reading."

Which often perfectly fits the bill!
So Paul, what's the most compelling book you've read recently? I have to guess it is not [One Hundred Years of Solitude].
Ahhh...too young to remember Sal, well...what a morsel! And the salacious details got slighted, eh? Boo hiss.

Run out and get "Captain's Surrender" by Alex Beecroft. Good, sexy fun in 18th-century sailor costumes. I was surprised and impressed at the quality of this slash writer's imagination!

Cheers
RMD
Four stars for Sal Mineo, oh sigh another item on the Wish List. What about this one caught you? I think his life was really fascinating, but this book has to tread some new territory to coax four stars from you.

Hope you're well and enjoying the burgeoning spring.

Cheers
RMD
It supposed to be 60 here today too. I hate to be such a cynic but I think it's a false alarm.

Winter's not over yet.

Dan
Glad you liked Light Fell and thank you for the compliment. You obviously have good taste as well.

I see you have Oscar Wilde Bookshop listed as one of your favorites. You know it's going out of business at the end of the month? See my post on the Gay Men's group page.

Pittsburgh is warming up today. I'm sure it's only temporary. I'm convinced winter will never end. Is it warming up in Mo'Town?

Dan
I see you just added Light Fell. I loved it. One of the best in a long time. Let me know what you think. Dan
Hi there PT...have you started "Light Fell" yet? I am contemplating spending a bit of my shrinking savings on it, and I'd like to go in fully informed, if possible. Have to be cautious, y'know. How's life in Detroit?

Cheers
RMD
Great collection of books. I've read quite a few of those titles and hope you enjoy them, as well.

-Greg
Jeb & Dash is awesome. I've read the book and seen the stage production. You won't be disappointed!
The move is the move. I don't like moving, and I would love to think that this move will be my last, but am just too realistic to imagine this will prove to be true.

What does it say about me that I will jettison many many years' accumulation of stuff but hold onto 60+ boxes of books (post-winnowing count)? And that I am moving back to a house where I have a few thousand MORE books?

Like I don't know the answer to THAT one....

Cheers
RMD
ps: Jeb and Dash better be good, is all I have to say, or there will be some maaaajor winter storms in Dee-troit this year. The weather goddess and me, we're like *that*.
I think you're a crack dealer in your real life. How else can one explain the fact that, despite many moans about how one is not supposed to add to the load of books on one's personal Mount TBR, you would go and add a compeltely irresistable book like Jeb and Dash? I've amazonned it already, and since I was there, oh what the hell...ordered 7 other books.

Don't you feel at least a LITTLE guilty about the fact that this horrifying excess of consumerism is, at base, all your fault?

And I love you for it.
Cheers
RMD
Saskatchewan is terra incognita to me, although I love the name. I have only been to the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec so far. I know Regina is the capital of Saskatchewan, but isn't Saskatoon in Alberta despite its name?

Oh...I'm assuming you're Canadian despite living in Detroit. Sorry for the presumption.
Hello again PT, thanks for the kind comment. I am in the midst of moving, as might have been apparent from my posts, but I thought you'd like to know that Anthony Bidulka of the Russell Quant series fame was unknown to me until I perused your library...now the entire series is on my wishlist! And I note that, out of the statutory max of 200 books on a free membership, we share 25...12.5% of your library. Much to chat about.
Hello P_T...thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries list! I see that you've not been a member for very long. I hope LT meets your expectations, whatever they were going in; and, as it has for me, expanded your ideas about social netowrking sites!

We share 20 books out of your 155 so far entered?! That's a gracious plenty! See you around and about the Thing.

Richard
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