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i started Geek Love while we were in Wilmington, last weekend. i finished Belgarath the Sorcerer and am going to start on Polgara, next.

 

i haven't read The Dark is Rising but i probably should. according to ruajedi it's one of the best fantasy series written for young adults.

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I am so close to being finished with The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan. "Why, Cashmere," you might ask, "Why would you put yourself through that after RC's scathing review and recommendation to burn it

I just finished Torment by Lauren Kate a few minutes ago, and I was shocked by how much I liked it. The main character has improved so much since the first book I can't even describe it. I'm thrilled

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

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That's all, really. Besides hello there, how've you been, long time no see, and various other catch-phrases.

 

traditionally,

April

 

Hey, there! Mostly swamped. Working overtime, splitting time on this single computer between the rest of my family, and people are forcing me to earn my Admin title this week. Humbug.

 

It's that the Lake Wobegon, Minnesota? I think it's Minnesota. And isn't there an old-time radio program (well, it has that feel anyway) called Lake Wobegon? I've heard it a few times and it's rather amusing.

 

Yes on both counts. I blame Kung Fu Jawa for kindling my interest in this a long while back.

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On that somewhat related note I am yet again going through Henry Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body. It is unfortunate that I have to use the entire title but as soon as the TV show blows away like yesterday's tumbleweed I will be able to shorten it again.

 

I can't speak for the show but the book is incredible.

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Henry Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body.

 

There is an online version of the 1918 edition @ Bartleby.com

 

I took a physiology and anatomy class for the fun of it, complete with the torture of memorizing names of parts (which may have more then one name), and discovered for each surface, for instance of a bone, it has got to have a name.

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It's that the Lake Wobegon, Minnesota? I think it's Minnesota. And isn't there an old-time radio program (well, it has that feel anyway) called Lake Wobegon? I've heard it a few times and it's rather amusing.

 

Yes on both counts. I blame Kung Fu Jawa for kindling my interest in this a long while back.

 

 

Cool. From what I've heard so far, I enjoy the program quite a bit. I bet the book is fun.

 

 

 

MARA! I just started Baby Proof last night. ;)

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It's that the Lake Wobegon, Minnesota? I think it's Minnesota. And isn't there an old-time radio program (well, it has that feel anyway) called Lake Wobegon? I've heard it a few times and it's rather amusing.

 

Yes on both counts. I blame Kung Fu Jawa for kindling my interest in this a long while back.

MWAHAHAHA! My carpool hates when I drive on Saturdays because I force them to listen to A Prairie Home Companion

 

Oh... I just started Gtreenwitch and The Dunwich Horror and other tales

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