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About meI am an eternal university student, and avid lover of books. I have been a bookworm all my life. Still renting, my current menagerie consists of fish and bunnies.

**If you live in Hamilton and see a fawn(caramel) coloured rabbit please let me know, I had two fawn Flemish giants stolen from my property in October 2011. They were 6 weeks old at the time.
I have also had a ghost chinchilla (white with flecks of grey on ears/tail/nose/paws) Flemish giant go missing from my property on 1 January 2013. She was an inside only bunny (due to a gamy hind leg amongst other things). She was last seen on Pine Ave, opposite an entry to the creek system.
I have resigned to the fact that my beautiful fawn babies have probably ended up as dog bait, but there is still hope for my little white bunny. She was 10 months old when she went missing.
My remaining two flemys still pine for her as much as I do (if you ever walk down Rawlings street (why would anyone do that without a death wish?), you have probably met them. They will come out to the front yard to watch the kids go by before and after school)**

About my libraryBooks are portals to worlds from different perspectives. Every book deserves a home in a cosy library where they can be read and enjoyed, discussed and debated for the duration of their lives.
My Library contains books that I have collected since I was knee high. I will attempt to organise it into categories but it will probably end up being read/unread/reference on the most part until I have some more time.

Groups100 books in 2014 challenge, 1001 Books to read before you die, 2013 Category Challenge, 50 Book Challenge, All Things Discworldian - The Guild of Pratchett Fans, Book Nudgers, Book of the month club, Club Read 2012, Fforde Ffans, Librarians who LibraryThingshow all groups

Favorite authorsTom Holt, Terry Pratchett (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresBrowsers Quality Secondhand Bookshop

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LocationHamilton, New Zealand

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Member sinceNov 2, 2012

Currently readingRepublic by Plato.
When elephants weep : the emotional lives of animals by J. Moussaieff Masson
The human mind : and how to make the most of it by Robert Winston
Earth, air, fire and custard by Tom Holt
What Plato said by Paul Shorey
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