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Discussion in 'General Book Discussion' started by murphyz, Oct 2, 2003.
If VN is going to be there, the guys might as well stay home.
Nonsense. That'd be no fun at all!
That would be like telling the women folk to stay home on account of Little Lo.
OK, you guys stick to your fantasy, and we gals will stick to ours.
I'm glad you answered that Pontalba, I was lost for words.
Timofey is a little old for me too, it's not all that different...
LOL Steffee, someone around here has a signature line something like "I could say more....."
Timofey isn't too old for me, I'll take him. He may be a little short though...
btw, absolutely Love Your Avatar!
Three George RR Martin books:
Stephen King's Salem's Lot:
Four Frank Herbert’s novels:
Stephen King's Cell:
Where is Still, by the way, I thought she might've joined our party... and given Halo back her signature.
Ah, I didn't say he wouldn't do! But okay, you have him Pontalba. I'm getting ready for our next victim.
How old is SK, by the way?
It's um... true though!
I love yours too! I think I mentioned that in the Lolita thread, but just in case...
Daphne Du Maurier - Rebecca
John Steinbeck - Of Mice And Men
John Updike - Couples
Without going back and looking, if I remember correctly about early 30's.
I am due for a reread. But I have 3 other books I'm reading at present.
One of which is one my book fairy gave me--Autobiography of a Geisha by Sayo Masuda and translated by G.G. Rowley.
I can't say enough good things about this book. Really.
I liked that one. The Music Zone fairy gave me it a while ago.
Here's what I brought home from the library today:
The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana-Umberto Eco
The Master and Margarita-Mikhail Bulgalov
The Long Night of White Chickens-Francisco Goldman
A Scots Quair-Lewis Grassic Gibbon ( Contains:Sunset Song, Cloud Howe, & Grey Granite) ( Thanks Stewart!)
Rise to Rebellion-Jeff Shaara ( sale cart!)
If ya'll don't see me for awhile, I'm sure you'll understand
I recently bought The Gunslinger: The Dark Tower I
The usual couple from Borders:
The New York Trilogy - Paul Auster ; at last,
Weimar Culture - the Outsider as Insider - Peter Gay; looks authentic.
Do you know if this Peter Gay is the same one who was killed in the plane crash in PA on 9/11?
I know it wasn't directed at me, but I don't think it is the same person. Wikipedia doesn't have a date of death for the writer and when I searched for the other person it said he was in his 50's, and the writer would be older.
Hope that helps.
You'll enjoy it. I have not read all of it, but from what I've read, yeah, you'll enjoy it.
Oh well he might have to do then.
That sounds familiar.
I can say enough good things about this book fairy of yours. Want to send her over this way?
Velocity - Dean Koontz
Apparently not. My google shows a Peter Gay of Raytheon Operations in Massachusetts who died in the crash.
Here is the author of Weimar Culture from the Web:
which BTW looks like an interesting data base.
Separate names with a comma.