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About me"I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library." -- Borges

Groups250 book challenge, Books off the Shelf Challenge, Books on Books, Fifty States Fiction (or Nonfiction) Challenge, Hardboiled / Noir Crime Fiction, In Translation, Mini-Challenge: 6 Degrees of Separation, Project 1929, Readers Over Sixty, Reading Globallyshow all groups


Favorite bookstoresBazar Santa Tere, D. Kelley, fine used books, Idlewild Books, Librería Gandhi - Bellas Artes, Strand Bookstore, Whitlocks Book Barn

Favorite librariesAmagansett Free Library, John Jermain Memorial Library, University of Hartford Libraries


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Member sinceOct 22, 2006

Currently readingThe Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution by Richard Dawkins
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Sailing a Serious Ocean: Sailboats, Storms, Stories and Lessons Learned from 30 Years at Sea by John Kretschmer
Beyond the Blue Horizon: How the Earliest Mariners Unlocked the Secrets of the Oceans by Brian Fagan
Blue Collar, White Collar, No Collar: Stories of Work by Richard Ford
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And had you and I seen this before?
MLM is currently reading The Goldfinch. Did you read it,like it?
Yikes! Now everybody will be tapping into your electricity. Maybe if you call the guy a woman... :)

Dan and I just came back from Loaves & Fishes Food kitchen. 'Hardest 3 hours I worked all week!
I knew nothing of Maugham, other than his prolific output. I was going to read The Razor's Edge. Perhaps that was a bit autobiographical. Speaking of autobiographical, I'm still bogged down with the addict tennis star DFW and his IJ.
Only 41 Indie bookstores in all of the USA last year. One in New London, CT. Here's another in NY:
OMG. I recognize most of the books you listed. I may not read much. I may not be the brightest literary bulb in the box. But boy am I getting to be quite the expert on recommendations and lists.

I just found the Maus sequel (Maus II) and devoured that Pulitzer winner. Highly recommended. My first comic book!
While I'm getting my literary butt kicked by reading "IJ", I'm also listening to "The Worst Hard Time." Many OK settlers are Catherine the Great's Volga Germans. They fled Russia after her successor took away all their rights (ie, prohibiting conscription, prohibiting messing with or taxing their beer-making, etc.). I wonder if these are the same Germans that influenced Banda music in the 1880s?
OMG, I'm on page 21 of Infinite Jest. What have I gotten into?
I will have to check them out! They are definitely for adults. When Dan watches South Park or Family Guy, he howls in laughter. I guess it is the same thing - althoug, just a tad edgier...
Nice to find a book lover and book store lover in Guadalajara -- I'm sure there are many many.
Just moved here a couple of months ago.
Sometimes. Related note: I'm always looking at the various recommendations.
Winebraggle, lithontripton, fripperies, hotchpots, opprobrium, cremasters, tropological, barytoning, eryniium, atranium, dogsleep, infoliature, mystagogues!

I just finished Rabelais, all 841 pages of the LeClerq translation. Hooray!!!

What a long, strange trip it's been...
Along the same time (ie, 1949-1969), I just took an hour and read 84, Charing Cross Road. Super-charming and an excellent antidote to my last effort, Fight Club.
Thanks! I also posted it on the Audiobooks Group.
I've read neither! I've only read Hard Times, Great Expectations and Tale of Two Cities (thought to be one of his worst, but I liked it the overt symbolism). I think of the two, Bleak House is supposed to be the better.
...and Mel Brook's son gets a full star more!!!
I haven't added a venue picture since before February. If the log is showing that I did, they've effed up the log.
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