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CollectionsKindle (2), Your library (1,035), Read but unowned (320), Picture books (148), Children's lit (91), YA lit (58), Fiction (606), Nonfiction (314), Audiobooks (8), All collections (1,355)


Tagsfantasy (151), scifi (82), British (66), drama (45), mystery (38), UCP (35), romance (29), graphic novel (28), stories (27), ALA (25) — see all tags

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About my libraryNow includes the books I own as well as the books I've read since January 2004 (whether I own them or not). I'm slowly adding books I read before 2004.


Favorite authorsLois McMaster Bujold, Emma Bull, Michael Chabon, Ursula K. Le Guin, Nick Hornby, Barbara Kingsolver, Ann Patchett, Adam Rex, Dorothy L. Sayers (Shared favorites)

LocationChicago, Illinois, US

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/cs10 (profile)
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Member sinceMar 16, 2008

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