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CollectionsYour library (1,503), Ebooks (214), Read but unowned (217), To Sell (171), All collections (1,722)

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TagsFiction (785), translation (346), history (240), poetry (179), short stories (118), biography (101), horror (90), fantasy (86), philosophy (84), essays (71) — see all tags

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About meAvid readers (obviously), degrees in literature and writing, enjoy films, discussing politics and philosophy, and watching cheesy TV.

About my libraryOur library encompasses everything from fiction to history to the odd book on cooking.

GroupsAmazon's Kindle

Favorite authorsCharles Bukowski, James Joyce, Haruki Murakami, Friedrich Nietzsche, J. D. Salinger (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresAlias Books, Book Alley, Dark Delicacies, Mystery and Imagination Bookshop, The Book Rack: El Paso, TX, The Last Bookstore

Favorite librariesLos Angeles Public Library - Central Library


LocationPasadena, CA

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 14, 2007

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