Catch-up wrote:raisindot wrote:Catch-up wrote:Janet Evanovich, Notorious Nineteen.
Ooooh, I gotta get reserve that one at the library. Much as I like her books, I never buy any of them--they're far too disposable to warrant a permanent place on my bookshelf.
I agree. My mom buys them and I borrow them from her. Otherwise, I'd go the library route as well. I've always wanted to send Janet Evanovich a card that just says, "Thank you for Lula!"
Tonyblack wrote:I'm reading a book by an American author named Alan Furst on Sharlene's recommendation. Very good so far.
Dotsie wrote:"I ain't fat, I'm big boned"
majomull wrote:Thanks to the gift cards and re-issues I am working my way through all 8 of the The Dread Empire series by Glen Cook. I've been waiting for about 20 years to get all the books together in one place. Wooot!
StephanieHill wrote:Next Pratchett project is re-reading of Interesting Times, though Jasper Fforde may take priority. Anybody tried him? Thought The Eyre Affair might be a good place to start.
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