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About meI'm voracious reader of everything I can get my hands on.

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Favorite authorsNeil Gaiman, Kenneth Grahame, Thomas S. Kuhn, Charles de Lint, Maurice Sendak, David Simon, Michelle Sagara West (Shared favorites)


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Real nameCaitlin

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Member sinceOct 11, 2008

Currently readingThe Berlin Stories by Christopher Isherwood
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Naamah's Curse by Jacqueline Carey
In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan

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You write such a great review. I just received PROVENCE 1970 and anxious to get into this book. MFK (and the others included) has been my hero for some time. Not many know about Richard Olney from my home state of IOWA! Are you an ardent cook as well as reader?? Your review will help me with a talk to my book club. Thanks!! Judy Kerr, Macomb, Il
I liked your review of Lescroart's "The Hunter," I finished it yesterday. You captured the wherefore and the whys of needing the new series, but by connecting (I am really glad he did that), the series the author is not leaving his great, but old, characters behind. One of my pleasures when I have a series I really like is to re-read it from book 1. I can see how the author introduced and developed his major and minor characters, settings and plots and, most importantly keeps it all hanging together. I am willing to accept the occasional off book, but I do give up on some series like Cornwell who just got weird. Lescroart does it all well and is to be commended for it.
Hi Caitlin. Thanks for your review of Zeman's The Rules of the Tunnel. All the time I feel exactly what you described so I can definitely relate. - Joseph.
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