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CollectionsYour library (735), Currently reading (2), To read (133), Read (647), Read but unowned (52), I thought I had this book (2), All collections (791)

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Tagsscience fiction (350), fantasy (120), comics (120), book club edition (78), mil (58), humor (46), anthology (30), nonfiction (30), collection (24), horror (19) — see all tags

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About meI'm a married, middle-aged computer programmer living in the arctic north. And now a dad!

You can find several useful greasemonkey scripts (some of which I've created) to enhance LibraryThing here and here. I also have some stylish scripts here.

Granted that the actual mechanism is unerring in its processes, the cards may give it wrong orders. -- Ada Lovelace, 1843

About my libraryAs you can tell from my books, I'm mostly a science fiction reader, though I have an interest in cooking and a variety of non-fiction topics.

My ratings
A book that worked perfectly for me on all levels.
A very good book that kept my interest.
Enjoyable, on the whole.
Borderline on even being worth reading.
Should have skipped this one.
About as bad as I could possibly imagine. I probably never finished it.
(Half star ratings are used when I couldn't make up my mind between two whole star ratings.)

If you notice any cataloging errors (or even debatable points you'd like to discuss), or questions/comments about my CK entries, please do feel free to drop me a profile comment.

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Favorite authorsDouglas Adams, Poul Anderson, Neal Asher, Kage Baker, Roald Dahl, Gordon R. Dickson, Joe Haldeman, Jerry Holkins, Stephen King, Michael Krahulik, H.P. Lovecraft, Jack McDevitt, Richard Morgan, Larry Niven, Frederik Pohl, Eric Powell, Terry Pratchett, David Sedaris, Robert Silverberg, J. R. R. Tolkien, Sarah Vowell, Walter Jon Williams (Shared favorites)

LocationTwin Cities Metro, Minnesota, USA

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceJan 2, 2010

Currently readingThe Year's Best Science Fiction: Nineteenth Annual Collection by Gardner Dozois
The House of the Stag by Kage Baker

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