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The House of the Seven Gables - Nathaniel Hawthorne



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22 May 2022, 1:24 pm

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Pride & Prejudice, by Jane Austen (pub.1813)

This title came up in a discussion about required reading in AP courses.  All I could remember about it was the opening line and that it seemed to have too much dialog and practically no action.  Someone suggested I re-read it "with an open mind"; so now I am into the 10th chapter, and my first impressions are confirmed.

It took a few chapters to re-realize what all the dialog was about -- gossip, much like what I overhear in the break room during lunch at work.

I believe Ms. Austen's work may have been largely biographical, but I could be wrong.
Now on chapter 25, and gawd is it BORING!

Gonna finish it anyway to fulfill a promise.



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23 May 2022, 3:01 pm

I am absolutely obsessed with the heartstopper series



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23 May 2022, 4:56 pm

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They should release the recordings for us!

Are his recent albums any good? Ring Leader of the Tormentors is my fave. It's stunning.


I think the last one I heard was Years of Refusal, which had some good songs. Mostly I stick with Viva Hate through Southpaw Grammar.


Years of Refusal is a great album. That was the last tour I followed. Vauxhall and I is a beauty too.



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07 Jun 2022, 10:02 am

this is your brain on food, by uma naidoo, md


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09 Jun 2022, 10:46 pm

Now that I am taking this summer off from school, I have returned to reading
The Foundation by Sir Isaac Asimov.


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13 Jun 2022, 5:27 am

Finishing the last book of the To the Ends of the Earth triology by Golding, "Fire Down Below".
Next up are
Historien on New York (The History of New York) by Henrik Berggren
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Buzz - the Nature and Necessity of the Bees by Thor Hanson

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16 Jun 2022, 11:36 am

AnonymousAnonymous wrote:
Now that I am taking this summer off from school, I have returned to reading
The Foundation by Sir Isaac Asimov.


Excellent. The Foundation Trilogy is outstanding. Enjoy.


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16 Jun 2022, 12:54 pm

Kingdoms at War, by Lindsay Buroker.

It's epic fantasy and the first book in her Dragon's Gate series.


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16 Jun 2022, 3:33 pm

The Complete Maus, by Art Spiegelman.

Heard about it, finally reading it.


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17 Jun 2022, 6:49 am

Rereading The Alexandria Quartet. Just finished Justine. Looking forward to the other three.


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The Double Hook - Sheila Watson



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24 Jun 2022, 2:48 am

The Starbuck Chronicles by Bernard Cornwell