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CollectionsIn London (80), In Istanbul (116), Read and given away (20), Your library (2,057), Wishlist (3), Currently reading (2), To read (2), Read but unowned (27), Favorites (1), All collections (2,258)

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Member sinceJul 10, 2009

Currently readingMidlife Dream, A (Turkish Literature) by Erendiz Atasu
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Thanks for the comment. Of course it's my library, so I am quite contented (almost) with the collection I've put together over the years, and we do have some great books in common.

I'd love to take you up on that dinner invitation someday. Istanbul is one of my travel goals (still need to read my Byzantium trilogy by Norwich); I did tour Ephesus a few years ago.

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