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Hi Susanne,

Thanks for adding me to your 'interesting libraries' list! I agree, Mantel's novels about Cromwell are brilliant - definitely a worthy winner for the Booker, though I was surprised even so that they awarded her a second one for a sequel, I thought that would somehow count against her that Wolf Hall had already won.

Have you read anything else of hers? So far I've only read Beyond Black, which I didn't enjoy so much at the time, but it has lingered in my mind; quite dark and some very unpleasant characters, and an evocation of a suburban spiritual wasteland which is disturbing because it feels so realistic.

I'm looking forward to reading her other works.

Yeah, I read a lot of Wodehouse last year as part of a "dandy" theme I was doing. I loved the books so I kept coming back for more!
thanks! hopefully you'll spot a good read in there somewhere!
Oh, my! Goudge, Heyer, McKillip, Bradley, Garner, Montgomery, McKinley, Eddings, Le Guin, Pratchett, Fforde, and McCaffrey...I think you must be a kindred spirit! Thanks for finding my library interesting.
Hi Susanne, thanks for getting in touch with me. I can see we have a number of books in common, and, you have Miss Read in your library as well. She is an absolute comfort read for me, especially the Thrush Green series. Although my first choice has always been mysteries and historical fiction, I have really been sampling all genres since joining Library Thing, and have found that I really like both fantasy and non-fiction as well. I can usually be found hanging out on the 75er's forum and the 12 in 12 Category Challenge Group. Hope to see you on the threads.

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