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About me39 years old. Librarian.

GroupsAsian Fiction & Non-Fiction, Historical Fiction, Librarians who LibraryThing, Norske bibliotekarer, Time Travel, Alternate Histories and Parallel Worlds

Favorite authorsP. D. James, Haruki Murakami, Alan Warner, Irvine Welsh (Shared favorites)


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Real nameGeirr Karlsen

LocationHokksund, Norway

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Member sinceMay 25, 2006

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i'm back from Skye, your profile picture is taken at the Coral beach in Skye.
i followed most of your tips and the Coral beaches are really wonderful, as is Neist Point and the entire Duirinish peninsula. The weather was reasonably good and we had a lot of walks, one of the most impressive being the one to Old man of Storr. Magnificent food and good ales as well. Talisker distillery is (for me as a malt whisky fan) also very special.
Can't wait to go back.
Thanks again for all your tips.
just to inform : my LT membername switched (from Lunar18) to Lunarreader, just in search of some coherence ;-)
leaving within a few days to Skye (have your recommendations with me)
Hello Geirr,
wish you all the best in a good reading year 2010.
For me it will be the year that i will go to Skye i hope, have some difficulties to find a good cottage at reasonable cost.
i have a personal recommendation for you : The wild places by Robert Macfarlane. A beauty. Travelling to the last wild places in England, Ireland, Wales and especially Scotland with great descriptions taking you through nature, history and local situations.
thanks for your extensive reply. Yes, i know the website but some first hand info of people who actually went there is always nice. Thanks a lot. This year France is our holiday destiny but next year Skye is on the wishlist, a very short wishlist, only Skye on it ... ;-)
thanks again
by the look of your library you seem to be an experienced Scotland traveller. I also like Scotland very much, are there any tips to be shared for Skye (staying, eating out ...) ?
thanks in advance

Saw you liked Trainspotting, and I was wondering if you'd be interested in reading my new novel and posting your comments here (as well as on a few other book-related sites). Thought you might like my novel since it's also about a group of disturbed kids and a bit dark. I could e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like. Let me know if you're interested. Here's a link to a summary in case you're interested:


Takk skal du ha, 20 nye bøker i min katalog stjålet...

well! i just watched the movie and im more intrigued than ever. although, i found myself drifting a bit because the filming was 'choppy'. i figured if i had read the books i wouldnt have felt lost at all. im ordering the books tomorrow ( library doesnt seem to have them - damn damn damn libraries!!) and thanks -laniferous
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