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Old 01-05-2010, 10:58 PM   #61
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Im reading "The Places That Scare You: A Guide to Fearlessness in Difficult Times"
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Engulfed in flames is good daisy...unfortunately with all the publiccity and build up you may be a bit disappointed....It was good but not deserving of so much acclaim.
My best guy friend told me the same thing, so that's why I had put-off reading it.

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I just ordered four ELizabeth Gaskell novels (mostly because I just saw the third part of Cranford on Masterpiece classics last night). I've read Gaskell's Bio of Charlotte Bronte but didn't think to read her novels. Now I'm about to start up my old obsession with very long Victorian novels. I'll probably emerge again sometime in 2011. See you then.

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Good for you, Rufus--it's always fun to rediscover your love for literature! I've read Glaskell's North & South--it's definitely worth the read. I also like Mary Elizabeth Braddon's Lady Audley's Secret and Olive Schreiner's Story of an African Farm.

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May I suggest "Jane Eyre" for a Bronte work? It's amazing.....and the first Victorian work I ever read...and have read it 4 or 5 times. Deep and rich and colorful.
Ooh, I love Jane Eyre. I must say, too, that I had quite the fantasy of being her--and especially after I saw the BBC version with Timothy Dalton

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Im reading "The Places That Scare You: A Guide to Fearlessness in Difficult Times"
I want to read this, too, now! It's an oldie but a goodie if you're looking for something similar: Feel the Fear . . . and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers

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Fever : how rock 'n' roll transformed gender in America / Tim Riley.
Yayyyyyy I have been waiting for 5 months for our local library to get this book in!!!! I placed it on hold and will pick it up tomorrow.
This sounds really cool--you'll have to let us know how you liked it!
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I'm reading the final book of house of night series.

Sort of immature...silly...fun to read though.

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I'm reading the final book of house of night series.

Sort of immature...silly...fun to read though.

http://www.houseofnightseries.com/
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I just finished The Giver for the 235534345th time. I first read this book in 6th grade and I adore it so bad.

I think I am going to try to read The Stand again...but Stephen King kind of bores me sometimes.

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Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton- I had this one read aloud to me in the few days following New Years. It's a little disturbing but so well written.


I just finished John Irving's A Prayer for Owen Meany. It was one of those books that I had to read with a pen and paper beside me so that I could copy down quotes and page numbers that I want to revisit.

Last night I started Alter of Eden by James Rollins. I've loved all of his books even though they're the kind of books I usually hate. There's something about the way he writes and his plots and characters that I really like.
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I'm reading the final book of house of night series.

Sort of immature...silly...fun to read though.

http://www.houseofnightseries.com/
I'm with Softly--I adore cheesy (and YA novels, too)! Oh, and if you're "into" vampire reads, a couple of people have posted their fave series in the first pages of this thread

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Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton- I had this one read aloud to me in the few days following New Years. It's a little disturbing but so well written.
I adore Ethan Frome--I read it (first) when I was in high school. It really disturbed (bordering on depressed) me; I can still remember having conversations with my teacher about it.

Oh, and there was a film adaptation (1993)--with Liam Neeson--but I can't remember if I've seen it or not...
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WASTE
Uncovering the Global Food Scandal
Tristram Stuart

This was not an easy read. I have been reading and rereading for about 3 months now and still need to go back for reference. The book appealed to me because of my desire to live a more environmentally friendly/less impactful lifestyle. It captured me because he delivered his point without any feel of sensationalism and I couldn't discount one fact. I will not be circulating this book, and it will stay in my briefcase for quick reference. If you are a lover of feeding 1 billion hungry people, improving the quality of animals rights, a greener environment, then I reccommend this one!!
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waste.....oh that sounds good..i shall definitely look for it.....

Edith Wharton........I adore have read all her books.....

also cant think of the author....she wrote Girl of the Limberlost..but if you have not read "The Harvester" omg do,,its a beautiful love story as well as giving you quite an education on herbal remedies and harvesting.. you can download the book for free on the guttenberg project. About the size of War and Peace but you wont mind a bit....I have read and re-read a few times over the past 15 years....
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Fever-how rock 'n' roll transformed gender in america
Written by Tim Riley

This was an enjoyable read for me. Lots of facts about people, not just musicians, but people behind the scenes of music and their influence. I learned alot about female studio musicians that helped create sounds for early "girl bands".

This book ignited my hibernating love of Tina Turner. The reason for this is her true impact on feminism and the feminist movement in this country. For half a decade this most awesome woman has gifted us with a variety of female dynamics that helped pave the way for other women to come in and express themselves more freely. She had to be in the trenches and fought soo hard to be Tina Turner amongst misogynists and an abuser.

This is from 2008 peeps!!! 2008 and she still rocks!!!
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I'm currently reading a couple of things. One is Texas Counter Culture which is about small town diners all across Texas.
The other is The Leisure Architect:Wayne McAllister. McAllister was an achitect who designed hotels, restaurants, casinos and other public spaces. Some of his projects were the original Big Boy restaurants, The Sands Hotel in Las Vegas and popular dinner houses in Hollywood. His first big job was the Agua Caliente racetrack, hotel and casino in Tijuana, Mexico. A good book with tons of pictures.
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I'm currently reading a couple of things. One is Texas Counter Culture which is about small town diners all across Texas.
The other is The Leisure Architect:Wayne McAllister. McAllister was an achitect who designed hotels, restaurants, casinos and other public spaces. Some of his projects were the original Big Boy restaurants, The Sands Hotel in Las Vegas and popular dinner houses in Hollywood. His first big job was the Agua Caliente racetrack, hotel and casino in Tijuana, Mexico. A good book with tons of pictures.
The Leisure Architect is an awesome book. I have referenced it when developing restaurant ideas.

I am putting the Texas Counter Culture on my list because that just looks like a fun read!! I love food/restaurant history.
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