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CollectionsYour library (995)

Reviews57 reviews

Tagsread (325), sci-fi (196), fantasy (159), series (108), urban fantasy (58), science (54), incomplete series (46), self-help (45), reference (44), writing (39) — see all tags

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About meI am an avid reader and writer. I have the geeks curse and enjoy way more things than I have time for. My favorite reading subjects are fiction (sci-fi, fantasy, and horror related genres), psychology, self-help, science, culture, religion, & politics. Some of my favorite activities are video games, listening to music, writing, hiking, and social networking.

About my libraryThese are all the books I currently own. A few years I lost hundreds of books in a storage-shed theft, most of which I had read. So I'm trying to replace those. Many of the new fiction books I add are recently-purchased books I've already read.

I'm also trying to finish reading the books I started years ago and never finished. I'm down to 14 (from 35). Riding the bus helps with this goal.

GroupsBug Collectors, Free State Project (FSP) Readers, Seattleites

Favorite authorsDouglas Adams, Isaac Asimov, Richard Bach, Ray Bradbury, David Brin, Orson Scott Card, Roman Dirge, Richard P. Feynman, Terry Goodkind, Robert A. Heinlein, Victor Hugo, Thomas Jefferson, H. P. Lovecraft, Wendy McElroy, Peter McWilliams, Jerry Oltion, George Orwell, Thomas Paine, Ayn Rand, Lemony Snicket, J. R. R. Tolkien, Jhonen Vasquez, Vernor Vinge, Wil Wheaton, Robert A. Wilson (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://www.lunalindsey.com

Also on43Things, AIM, Amazon, blogspot, Facebook, Last.fm, MSN Messenger, Twitter, Wikipedia, YouTube

Real nameLuna Flesher Lindsey

LocationSeattle, WA

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceMay 20, 2007

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Hello,

I liked your review of The Age of Reason. I see we have a couple of favorite authors in common. If you loved Les Miserables, you really should read Hugo's other novels if you haven't already, especially The Man Who Laughs, Toilers of the Sea, and Ninety-Three. His plays are also excellent.

Best,

Ash
Hi!

I’m sending this note because you are a member of the Seattleites group.

A few of us are starting a book club and I hope that you will consider joining us.

Our first book is In the Woods by Tana French. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, October 2nd, at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park at 7pm.

See our thread called Book Clubs? on the Seattleites group or you can reply to me if you want more info.

Thanks - Carol
Hello,
I combined the two authors, Hedwig & Hedvig. Thanks for letting me know about the spelling.
Greetings to another person who has listed Douglas Adams as a favorite author. "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" rocks! :)
I liked how you described 1984 as a book that has contributed to our avoidance of totalitarian rule - I finished the book last night, believe it or not, without knowing how it would end. When it was clear Winston's will had been broken, I was troubled. I remain so today. Perhaps that is why I was heartened by your belief in the book and its impact since it was written in 1949. Thanks.
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