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2tryinfor4 and ms leeza.

I did read # 13 and am waiting on receiving #14 and final in the Wheel of Time series by robert Jordan. It's nice to see this finally come to an end. Character development has been good througout the 20+ years the series has been going on, lol....of course except for the 3 main characters' confidence when it comes to women. There they are still boys. But nevertheless, I wouldn't mind running into Perrin Aybara in a swing club....

Wouldn't the casting for a movie of this series be fun to do?

I just finished reading The Glass Castle. Yuk. I have truly got to find more lighthearted reading...

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Lots of posts that aren't factual, with Tbr's departure and several others, and the addition of RollyPolly and his lap poodle, there is nothing left.

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I got ya! And I wasn't referring to you, but you knew that, I think.

And I don't make a habit of visiting the political threads, but I have seen a post here and there, without any factual basis, so I figured some of those folks might eat it up...

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Leeza,

This is why I'm not a fan of Chomsky :)

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Minority Bolshevism...free copy in exchange for a review; it's pretty lame - no facts, just a bunch of conspiracy theories, but I'm guessing there are quite a few people in the political threads that would eat it up...not that there's anything wrong with that!

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Live - I have just started it and so far it is! In my opinion, Dan Brown writes with passion and intensity. He has a very unique way of keeping you on the edge of your seat. I was so happy when I found out he was releasing another book!

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"Inferno" by Dan Brown....My all-time favorite author!!

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"Dead Ever After" - Charlaine Harris

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Cute little kind of poorly written book of stories from the Dakotas, entitled:

Some Awfully Tame But Kinda funny stories about early Dakota Ladies of the Evening

Not my usual fare, but a quick chuckle of a read.

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I am trudging through the 2nd book of 50 shades. I do not think I will read the 3rd book. The one I am enjoying however is History of the Wife. That is an interesting read.

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