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Discussion in 'General Book Discussion' started by Libra, May 2, 2008.
I feel that way about a lot of the 'classics' that I read. Nothing wrong with that.
I am in India and the woman I love has rejected my proposal of marriage and now I find that I am wanted back at the ship.
i am about to suck the evil invading soul out of some guy to help me and my m8s suck evil invading souls out of more people,so we can take the world back ocne and for all!!!!mwahahahahahahahahha!
im also in a narrow cave trying to find the holy grail
Sat at my desk at home, thinking about time travelling to the year 1920s, where gentlemen wore hats and ladies smoked cigarettes out of long sticks!
I'm with my husband in his dismal little room, after having just stepped off the boat, fresh from Jamaica.
I am getting ready to learn about Snell's Law.
You should come to my room. It's spacious and has a bar. Only one bed though.
I am in Iran, and a 14 year old girl who's life turned upside down after her fathers death.
I'm in Boston, listening to a wise old man discussing life with a former student...
I've just entered Mordor with Sam, Frodo, and Gollum
I am listening to the remarkable story that the third dervish is telling to the girl.
Iam walking through London admiring the beauty.
I am in Milton Keynes avoiding being fried by gorgon stares coming through the cctv cameras
I am with a professors daughter trying to find out if Dracula is still around and has taken her father off somewhere.
I am driving along the fog-enshrouded Maine coast on a late-winter evening in 1983.
Harlot's Ghost - Norman Mailer
I am being seduced by the phantom of the opera.
I am in a flat in London sometime during the 90's trying to exhume the ghost of Jack the Ripper.
Wandering aimlessly in snowy Canada in the late 1920s.
Navigating the reefs of the Caribbean on a 140' schooner.
Separate names with a comma.