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December 06, 2007


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Susan Helene Gottfried

Joe, don't tease me like that! When you use "Pittsburgh" and "Thunderbolt" in the same sentence, what's a girl like me supposed to think, other than "You know it goes faster at night."


Katie Andrews

Thanks for the recommendation on Bryson! His books sound very interesting, I'll have to check them out. I have to say, I would need to have any of Louise Erdrich's books with me. Her use of imagery and the interesting tidbits of history she weaves in to her stories would keep my mind off the fact that I was stranded on a desert island.


robyn andrews

i think i would want to have paulo coehlo's "the alchemist." it's a simple fable, but i find something new every time i read it.

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