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Practical Demonkeeping
Christopher Moore
Sunset Song (Canongate Classic)
Lewis Grassic Gibbon
The Histories: The Landmark Herodotus
Herodotus, Andrea L. Purvis, Robert B. Strassler
40-Day Journey with Julian of Norwich
Lisa E. Dahill
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Christopher Moore
Lewis Grassic Gibbon
Herodotus, Andrea L. Purvis, Robert B. Strassler
November 2013
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November 2013
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It took a long time to finish this because I only read it while my kid was in her karate class. There are a lot of fun little...
The Replacements: All Over But the Shouting: An Oral History - Jim Walsh
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October 2013
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I read this beautiful book every few years. It is inclusive, encouraging, and joyful. "This creative power and imagination is...
If You Want to Write: A Book about Art, Independence and Spirit - Brenda Ueland
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October 2013
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October 2013
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First read in 1998 for a Philosophy course.Basic & short. Get it free at Project Gutenberg. My star rating is simply about ho...
Socialism, Utopian and Scientific - Friedrich Engels
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October 2013
25
reviewed: Watching the English: the Hidden Rules of English Behaviour
Regarding American "histrionics" about weather - the English transplants I knew in Texas were always freaking out about the m...
Watching the English: the Hidden Rules of English Behaviour - Kate Fox
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October 2013
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DNF. Why do I ever pick up books about vampires?
Blood Bath & Beyond - Michelle Rowen
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October 2013
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DNF. Agreeing with an idea doesn't mean that I'll enjoy reading 300+ rambling pages about it.
Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder - Richard Louv
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DNF. Hope to return to this one. Maybe it's just my mood but can't wade through all his words right now.
The Head Trip - Jeff Warren
October 2013
20
reviewed: Watermelon (Walsh Family, #1)
First read 2007.
Watermelon (Walsh Family, #1) - Marian Keyes
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October 2013
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October 2013
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I had no idea just how prejudice I am against L.A., Hollywood in particular, until reading this. The whole time I was grindin...
Who Do, Voodoo? - Rochelle Staab
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October 2013
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Picked this one out at the library without fully reading the description. Just saw that it was first in a series and set in M...
Pall in the Family - Dawn Eastman
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Can't believe I pushed this down my "too read" list for well over a decade. It's just lovely. I stayed up until 3 am with it...
Circle of Friends - Maeve Binchy
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October 2013
04
reviewed: In Search of the La's: A Secret Liverpool
Macefield's enthusiasm is infectious. I was cheering him on and so excited when he finally got to meet up with Mavers.
In Search of the La's: A Secret Liverpool - M. W. Macefield
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October 2013
01
reviewed: BRITPOP
If this fellow had hired an editor and a copy editor, I would have given it 3 stars.I enjoyed reading a story about uni life ...
Britpop - M.J. Gunn
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