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yeah. I've been slacking lately. it's good. i've just been lazy
I invite you to join the 75 Challenge group.

It is a great group of readers.
Thanks for your kind words.
not yet. should finish up in the next couple of days.

yes, i liked it pretty well. I'm loving Her Fearful Symmetry though. I find myself driving around for no apparent reason just to keep listening.
The Lace Reader was a wonderful read. I really enjoyed it.
I haven't tried, but maybe I'll work on that tonight.
Thanks for the recommendation. I'm always looking for good ones. I have one for you as well. If you haven't read The Book Thief yet, you definitely should. It's YA historical fiction. It's one of my all time favorites.
well thanks for stopping by my page. I do own almost 2000 books, because like you, i always have to own what i read. I have one room in the house that is nothing but bookshelves and it is full. I also work at a library so i am always surrounded by books. happy reading to ya!
How about The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks?
No, it's not audio, but it's very, very short. It's more like a pocket guide than a book really.
Yes. I have Food Rules. It's brilliant in it's simplicity. I'll bring it for you. I haven't gotten to La Lacuna yet but it's on the stack.
I'm on the last disk of House Rules and was wondering what to read next. I was going to start The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest's abridged. The US market audio is released May 25th, so I pre-ordered it. The unabridged version will be worth the wait I think.
Hello! I am listening to Alice I Have Been right now and it is fantastic. I would highly suggest it.
Hi Christine. Yes, I'm revising a big family saga right now. It takes place from 1920-1976 and is set in Warsaw and Hollywood and NYC and a little town in the mountains of NC.

Thanks for writing. Happy Reading!
Good for you! No sense waiting until May!! Salander lives!
I know how you feel about finishing The Girl Who Played With Fire. It's hard to leave Salander; she's such an appealing character. But you don't have to wait until May to read the third volume. I couldn't wait that long, so I ordered The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest from UK Amazon. It was sent out right away. It was my first time ordering from them, but the experience was very good. And as for the book . . .well, you will have to decide that for yourself. Isola Blue
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