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CollectionsAdult (700), Children's (658), Teen (381), Read but unowned (1,025), Your library (255), Unfinished (8), S library (343), Speed-Reading (8), All collections (1,711)

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About meI'm a tween/teen librarian

About my libraryThese are books I've read and/or books I own. I'm a book addict. : )

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Read your review of Connie Willis' "Blackout". I look forward to seeing your review of the follow-up, "All Clear", which was like seeing light ahead while traveling through a long dark tunnel... which must have been much the feeling at the end of WWII.

Mike
I just finished listening to Naked in Death by JD Robb, and saw that you just did a review of it yourself. I didn't bother with a review, at least not yet, but I have to agree with you about the reader (and I noticed we both rated it at 2 1/2 stars). She didn't do much for me. She kept really trying for an Irish accent for Rourke but just couldn't manage to hold it.
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