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The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

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About meI'm a Sydney girl living in London with my long-term boyfriend. I love love love to read, and therefore love discussing books and learning new things from them. I also love to categorise, alphabetise, and make lists: hence the ridiculous online profiles on all manner of sites. :) I'm always happy to chat and like to make new friends so don't be shy!

About my libraryThe books I own are all over the place - at my parents place in Sydney, here in London and some in Israel. So I guess there's probably some I've forgotten. But, well, I'll have fun trying to remember them all!


Favorite authorsNeil Gaiman, Scott Lynch, China Miéville, Henry Miller, David Mitchell, Anaïs Nin, Terry Pratchett, Scarlett Thomas, Hunter S. Thompson, Sarah Waters (Shared favorites)


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Member sinceSep 4, 2006

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Ahhh . . . Sigh . . . The search continues.

If you ever do get to the US, New Paltz is an interesting town that is not a usual international tourist destination, but it certainly has appeal! Quaint little college town with some of the stone houses built by the original Hugenot settlers still in use. The Shwangunks, known locally as the "Gunks" attract rock climbers from all over and the hiking trails are some of the most scenic in the Eastern US. It's been years since I've been there, but I vividly remember it.

Anyway . . . nice chatting with you!
Just a stretch . . . Quite a while ago, I knew someone by that name. It is long enough ago that it was totally random seeing that name again.
I just started reading Fragile Things and enjoyed your review of Gaiman and others.

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