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Tagsread (946), unread (656), fiction (179), short stories (165), fantasy (158), young adult (152), from Savers (147), children's (146), children's fantasy (137), graphic novel (124) — see all tags

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Groups30-something LibraryThingers, All Things New England, Awful Lit., Best Anthologies, Book Nudgers, Bookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, Cemeteries & Gravestones, Children's Fiction, Children's Literature, Cryptic Crosswordsshow all groups

Favorite authorsPeter S. Beagle, G.K. Chesterton, Wilkie Collins, Michael Ende, Neil Gaiman, Joanne Harris, Michael Lawrence, Christopher Morley, Philip Pullman, Rafael Sabatini, J. R. R. Tolkien (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresBoswell's Books, Cherry Picked Books, Meetinghouse Books, Montague Book Mill, Raven Used Book Shop, Sage Books, The Old Book Store, Whately Antiquarian Book Center

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Real nameLori

LocationEasthampton, Massachusetts

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Member sinceDec 27, 2007

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Thank you kindly--I wish I had quit A Discovery of Witches long before I did. That yoga scene will haunt me for life!
Lori -- Thanks for the note. I don't know if you ended up getting The Magician King but I hated it. It's a toss up whether I disliked it more or less than the first one; some things were improved in this story (Quentin was only semi-maudlin rather than full-out bratty) but Grossman's treatment of the female characters was astoundingly awful. I just so hate that gritty must mean demeaning of women. I'm sure I'll read the third book because I'm curious about the arc but very frustrated that our hero gets everything for nothing. Grr.
Thanks for your comment/link regarding "The Treasure Is The Rose". Considering you're 34, you were probably reading it somewhat close to the time that I was. I'm almost 31. It's always nice to run into someone that remembers (in a sort of childhood haze) the same books that I remember. Also, interesting library.
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