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Member: MedievalMuse

CollectionsYour library (426), Read but unowned (26), Wishlist (3), Currently reading (6), To read (7), All collections (443)


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About my libraryIn progress! But a mix of history, art history - both from school and personal interest - and fiction.

GroupsAgatha Christie, Ancient and Medieval Manuscripts, Archaeology, Archivists on LibraryThing, Art History, Book Arts, Book Care and Repair, Bookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, Cats, books, life is good., Gardeningshow all groups

Favorite authorsJean M. Auel, Jane Austen, Janet Backhouse, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Michelle P. Brown, Michael Camille, Orson Scott Card, Agatha Christie, Umberto Eco, Christopher De Hamel, Seamus Heaney, David A. Hinton, Carolyn Keene, Laura Kipnis, Rosamond McKitterick, Sharon Kay Penman, J. K. Rowling (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBookman's Alley, Foyles, Museum Shop of the Art Institute of Chicago, Oblong Books & Music - Rhinebeck

Favorite librariesBritish Library, Evanston Public Library - North Branch, Newberry Library, Pleasant Valley Free Library

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Real nameKristine

LocationMillbrook, NY

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceApr 10, 2008

Currently readingPoems to read : a new favorite poem project anthology by Robert Pinsky
The New Yorker book of poems by New Yorker
Wuthering Heights (Barnes & Noble Classics) by Emily Bronte
The Virgin Blue: A Novel by Tracy Chevalier
The Witch's Daughter by Paula Brackston
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Oh no, I guess you've already gone on your trip! I'm sorry I didn't respond earlier, I guess I had my comment notifications off. Anyhow, did you end up going with the Thrawn trilogy? I've not actually read that set, but I'm sure they're fun. I really enjoy all the Tales collections since they're quick and easy to read short stories. Hmm, I remember first getting into Truce at Bakura, that's the one that takes place right after the movies and then also Courtship of Princess Leia. I think I read the books about Callista, can't remember what those are all called but they're in the Children of the Jedi era. They aren't that great, but it's interesting to see Luke liking someone. I really enjoyed the New Jedi Order series, that's probably been the overall strongest series.

Thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries. I guess we share a few books. I'll have to look through your "shelves" one of these days.

Nice library! What do you think of the Books of Hours, from Phaidon? I've had my eye on that for a while and wondered if it would be worth my time to grab a copy...
Hello Kristine, and thank you for thinking my library is interesting.
I will take my time to walk through your virtual shelves, and enjoy myself.
Happy reading!

Paola :-))
Cheers, and welcome! We do seem to have quite a bit of reading material in common, don't we? Thanks for hopping over to LJ - I'm never sure if anyone bothers... *grin* Did you do your medieval studies in Chicago? (just nosey as I lived there for several years, and also because I am browsing PhD schools for future reference!)
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