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About meI like all kinds of books, but in particular things with a slightly darker edge. Also, because I practice medicine for a living, I enjoy medical history and science related literature.

GroupsChildren's Literature, Early Reviewers, King's Dear Constant Readers, Thing(amabrarian)s That Go Bump in the Night, Writer-readers

Favorite authorsStephen King (Shared favorites)

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Real nameKami Larsen

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Member sinceAug 27, 2007

Currently readingBlackbringer (Dreamdark) by Laini Taylor
Liesl & Po by Lauren Oliver

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