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Member: PirateJenny

CollectionsYour library (2,472), Read but unowned (245), To read (30), Favorites (2), Wishlist (2), All collections (2,476)

Reviews170 reviews

Tagsfiction (348), horror (297), literature (295), fantasy (275), Celtic (237), Ireland (188), mystery (182), history (159), historical fiction (122), Arthuriana (107) — see all tags

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About meBibliophile (duh), production editor for a major publishing house

About my libraryThere are a lot of books I have yet to read

Groups50 Book Challenge, Aboard the Jolly Roger, Arthurian Legends, Books Compared, The Island - Books from Lost

Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway

Real nameJenny

LocationNew Jersey, USA

Favorite authorsNot set

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/PirateJenny (profile)
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Member sinceOct 4, 2005

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You do! I have a jealous :D
We're less than 2 weeks away from the final season premier of Lost in the US. Come discuss Flannery O'Connor's Everything That Rises Must Converge in The Island group!
Heigh ho, me hearty! I see you have a copy of “A Pirate of Exquisite Mind” in your library. The Highly-Rated Book Group is boarding the Pirate Ship of William Dampier and heading off into the high seas for a rollicking Buccaneering Adventure in the wild blue yonder. We are splicing the main brace and trimming the sails to set off with the tide on 3rd November 2008. So don’t be a landlubber, come and swash some buckles by climbing on board at:

Hi! I like the variety in your library, but I'm drawn to your collections of Celtic books and pirate books. Always nice to find another Jenny who likes pirates!
Hi- I meant to tell you that I had tagged your library because you have both sea books and Irish literature, a great combination. I'm going to check out several of your books.
I'm still building my library so you'll see more later.
By the way, since you like Irish writing, have you read Brian Moore?
I read your review of [Thunderstruck] and felt a need to reply. A recent DNA test on the remains found in the basement conclusively proved that they were NOT those of Cora Crippen. I won't link you to any article in particular, but if you search on 'Crippen DNA' in Google, there's a number of good ones that come up.
The Waterboys have a lovely song based on Yeat' "The Stolen Child". You have almost certainly heard it, but if not - there you are.
I like your user name! Und sie wissen immer noch nict wer ich bin...
Will be visiting Morgan in Dublin this week
I noticed we shared books weighted by obscurity. I don't know if that's a good or bad thing! Celtic books rule!

Always glad to see a Morgan Llywelyn fan!
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