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"Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking" has long been a favorite of mine.
I was leaning against the bar in a speakeasy on Fifty-second Street, waiting for Nora to finish her Christmas shopping, when a girl got up from...
Wicked has been in my stack of books to be read for at least a couple of years now; every time I think I'm going to get to it next, I find myself...
In a nutshell, I'm captivated by his unique and bizarre (some would say off-kilter) way of looking at the world, coupled with his ability to...
These are my favorites, too, with the addition of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? I've never been anything less than fascinated by a book or...
I haven't seen the movie, but the book is marvelous. Nicholas Sparks is a one of my favorite modern authors.
The Forgotten Door by Alexander Key. I still own the copy that I received and read at age six. It's badly tattered now but no less loved.
Oh, no! It was the Shannara set that that really caught my eye.
Words of wisdom. Nothing thwarts intimacy like the need for speed.
I keep my book lists on scattered note cards, most of which I lose and forget about. The ones that remain are the ones that end up deciding which...
I suspect that Capote provided nothing more than valuable guidance, if that.
I tend to scratch notes all over the books I read--agreements, arguments, praise, criticism, etc.
I enjoyed the movie, but the book is far superior.
Are the books just autographed, or personalized to you?
What types of things are you researching?
I absolutely love this thread. It's like being invited into scores of private libraries, all at the click of a button.
I understand where you're coming from, Wabbit. Recently, in an effort to escape having my reading choices prescribed by the local bookstore, I...
A shame. You missed a real goody.
I just finished reading "The Tenant" by Roland Topor.
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