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Yes, that's how they do it. Certain portions of the book are excised in a process known as abridgement. Sometimes the author is involved in the...
Audible.com's books are just like books on tape (or CD) except they are digital. Also, they can be read on many devices, not just iPods.
Seeing as how the first film gutted the book's plot, I can't imagine how a film sequel would resemble the second book at all.
"No one escapes from life alive!" --Michael Crighton, writing through a character in Congo
"I like being a pessimist: I'm either right or I'm...
Some of my favorite humor websites:
SatireWire - no longer updated, but the archives are very funny. Some material contains harsh...
This essay indicates that Stoker's research into dialects and accents was thorough.
I just finished Jurrasic Park. While I was impressed, I don't think it was outstanding.
I read eBooks mainly because I can take instant delivery of books, I can instantly look up a word by tapping on it, and I can carry my entire...
Seriously, though. What do you miss about physical books?
I have started Dracula by Bram Stoker. It is written in the epistolary style; that is, it is presented as a collection of diary entries, letters,...
I loved Congo. It is one of my favorites of Michael Crichton.
I'm from Alabama, in the United States. Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and other southern states are regarded by the rest of the nation as...
I invert the colors (black background and white text) to make reading easier in the dark.
I actually do most of my reading on my Pocket PC with Microsoft Reader eBooks. Palm Pilots can use Palm Reader to read eBooks for their device....
That essay was not by George Carlin (He actually called it a "a sappy load of s---."). Nor was it authored by a Columbine High...
The novels are great! My only complaint is that sometimes verisimilitude is sacrificed for action.
Jinn by Matthew B. J. Delaney (Horror/Thriller)
Nope. The only specifically Jewish novel I've read is The Chosen.
Thanks for the information.
No, I haven't read that book.
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