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CollectionsYour library (816), Wishlist (131), Currently reading (3), To read (234), My wayward youth (213), Cookery...or cooking (11), Crafts (19), Historian alert (118), Scream at the librarian (4), Piano performance (29), Accordion performance (1), Po-russki (31), Reference (26), Read but unowned (112), All collections (1,076)

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Tagsusa (182), mystery (164), fiction (143), kindle (133), 1001 books (125), ya (106), england (95), russian history (60), courses (60), bookclub (45) — see all tags

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About melibrarian to the stars & phd candidate in russian/soviet history

About my librarybooks that are loved

library - includes all books i currently own
wishlist - books i want to read but don't own yet
currently reading
to read - books i own but have not read
my wayward youth - books read through 12th grade
cookery...or cooking
crafts
historian alert - history and related books
scream at the librarian - library related materials
piano performance
accordion performance - just when you thought i couldn't get any cooler
po-russki - books in the russian language
reference - traditional reference works + travel reference
read but unowned

any star ratings are based on my opinion and my opinion alone. that means some critically acclaimed things may be slammed, and some universally panned things may be praised. so be it

Groups1001 Books to read before you die, 1010 Category Challenge, 2013 Category Challenge, 50 Book Challenge, 75 Books Challenge for 2009, 75 Books Challenge for 2010, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, Agatha Christie, Books off the Shelf Challenge, British & Irish Crime Fictionshow all groups

Favorite authorsKingsley Amis, Jane Austen, Agatha Christie, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Arthur Conan Doyle, Nikolai Gogol, David Lodge, John McPhee, Vladimir Nabokov, Louise Penny, Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin, J. K. Rowling, Neal Stephenson, Kurt Vonnegut, Evelyn Waugh (Shared favorites)

VenuesFavorites

Favorite bookstores57th Street Books, Faulkner House Books, Moskovskii Dom Knigi (Московский Дом Книги), Seminary Co-op Bookstore, Strand Bookstore

Favorite librariesPenn State University Libraries, The Russian State Library (Российская государственная библиотека), University of Chicago - Joseph Regenstein Library, Vassar College Thompson Library

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Real nameheidy

Locationpoughkeepsie, ny

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 26, 2009

Currently readingGone Girl by Gillian Flynn
Iced: A Fever Novel (Dani O'Malley) by Karen Marie Moning
Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg

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I received my SantaThing books in the mail today-- thank you! I especially look forward to reading the John McPhee title… I've heard such good things about his writing, but haven't had a chance to test him out yet! Happy holidays! :)
You're welcome! Hope you enjoy them.
Dear Heidi,
Is your name really heidi (I love Johanna Spyri's character!)
So I read this in your Crime & punishment review:
When I lived in St. Petersburg, I had to do the Crime and Punishment walk, the highlight of which is finding Rodion's garret room. There's graffiti on the wall outside "his" door from all his fans and supporters. It's the greatest.

Please tell me all about it!
Hey, anybody that shares 42 out 811 books with me must be pretty interesting! 8^}

By the way, I love your collection names...my wayward youth!
Welcome to LT! I'd like to hear about how you like the books you're currently reading. You will LOVE this website. But beware, it can consume your life.....
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