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  1. Dogmatix

    Voting-March 2009 Book of the Month

    I voted The Known World. I've been wanting to read that for some time.
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    Bram Stoker: Dracula

    Nice commentary Syb. I also loved this book.
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    Google and books

    Google is an amazing tool. One must use it wisely though. There's some crappy info out there.
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    December 2008: Vladimir Nabokov: Speak, Memory

    Enriching us- no doubt. Nabokov is one of those rare authors that can pull off such vocabulary "derring do". I generally look them up.
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    Recently Purchased/Borrowed

    Cider House Rules - John Irving The City of Dreaming Books - Walter Moers They were Xmas gifts
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    Charles Dickens

    Bleak House is also my favorite Dickens. Completely absorbing.
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    December 2008: Vladimir Nabokov: Speak, Memory

    This was my first Nabokov. I read it about 2-3 years ago. I found it to be such an amazing book. When it was recommended to me I thought, "Why would I want to read an autobiography of an author I know nothing about?" But, as I've seen confirmed in this thread, the writing is so equisite you...
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    The Da Vinci Code V.S. Angels and Demons

    Ditto. If you "like" TDVC and want something written a hell of a lot better give it a shot. Ecco is a great author, one of my favorites. And yes the ending. It's a nut cracker for sure!
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    Young Adult Fiction Suggestions

    Susan Cooper's - The Dark is Rising series. Older but classics.
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    AWESOME site QUIZ's

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    SIRIUS/XM Book Radio Channel

    Scott my subscription to Sirius just expired a couple of months ago, but now I guess I'll need to renew. Had no idea they had added a Book Channel
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    The demise of Borders bookstore

    I've always struggled with the seemingly random way in which Border's stores are arranged. I can never find anything. In contrast B&N is much more "user friendly"
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    Pauline Reage: The Story Of O

    I found this book titillating:whistling:
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    Vladimir Nabokov: Pale Fire

    I've always found this book to be a maddening combination of intimidating and incredibly seductive. It's been sitting on my shelves for a long time. I guess I finaly need to pick it up and crack it's spine.
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    Jeanette Winterson: Sexing the Cherry

    Syb you've peaked my interest! It's on my Xmas list right now! Thanks for the great review.
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    Happy Birthday Litany

    Happy happy!!!!! I see I'm back just in time.
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    Back from Maternity leave

    Hi everyone. I'm back!(Morgan and Sofie) The twins are 8 months old yesteday and I'm finally able to actually pick up a book and read. Missed everyone!
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    Candidate flaws

    Edwards is an idiot. I'll take Hillary any way I can get her but I just don't see it happening.