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Gina,

Dr.Zhivago - Boris Pasternak

Re-read it :)

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Gina, I just started "The Story of Beautiful Girl" by Rachel Simon. In this novel a woman who has been institutionalized in the School for the Incurable and Feebleminded gives birth to a girl and leaves her with a 70-yr-old widow just before she is recaptured and returned to the school. I found it enjoyable so far (up to page 20 or so). It was recommended to me by a good friend.

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what to read what to read what to read...

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How Israelis And Palestinians Negotiate: A Cross- Cultural Analysis of the Oslo Peace Process - Tamara Cofman Wittes

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Goodness! I'll be offering books to Ms. Rdy more often. Why, oh why, did I let your sweet husband slip away without me getting in at least of feel of his very nice arms? Boo hoo.

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I'm getting into bed with a new lover, the API 1104. She's looking to be a damn fine one from what I've seen so far.

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Ms. Rdy- the book is currently at the hotel as I am an idiot and left it in the drawer. Once the hotel sends it to me, I'll happily ship it back to you. Or deliver it in person, for a price ;-)

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Thanks Scandle... I'll keep an eye out for it.

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Steve, you can probably buy a DVD copy of what they've shown so far on HBO for Game of Thrones. My family and I, all huge fans of the books, think they've done a good job bringing it to life. Of course some of the detail gets lost, but the sets, the acting, the plot line, etc. sweep you into it very quickly.

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Ah! It's on HBO! That's why I didn't know of it. Quit spending money on HBO years ago! lol

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