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Why a carriage instead of an open car?
And I've been appalling about visits to other threads.But I'm finding it rather fun and likely will continue with the series for a while, although it has a LOT of books, perhaps two dozen.Still reading slowly, but had a good re-read of The Sea, The Sea by Iris Murdoch, after a lapse of 30 plus years, for our book circle.Time is a Killer by Michel Bussi (Amazon Vine ARC) 3/5/18 301.166 LovingLit Jun 7, 5:48am 163 Chatterbox: I swear I have read The Imperfectionists (just checked, I have).only, I can't remember it; was it about a journalist?The Cornish Trilogy by Robertson Davies (Canadian Kindle, ) 5/5/18 488.A counterpart to that is wanting to read an older book and finding that the paper it's printed on has become so coarse to the touch that it my fingertips actually recoil from turning the pages.My Name is Venus Black by Heather Lloyd (Amazon Vine ARC) 3/6/18 Read 306.Norwegian by Night by Derek.The Court Dancer by Kyung-Sook Shin (Edelweiss e-galley) 6/12/18 610.The book I read for this month's challenge will be on my end-of-the-year best books list.
Two Sisters: A Father, His Daughters, and Their Journey into the Syrian Jihad by Asne Seierstad (finished 2/10/18).2 stars.
I could pick one or two and ask the Athenaeum to purchase, I suppose.
That was straight up trash.Freelancing must be so hard.Aunt Dimity and the King's Ransom by Nancy Atherton (NetGalley, from publisher) 5/31/18 Read 578.Behrens by Michael Gilbert (finished 6/19/18).85 michaels coupons online 2017 stars 199.Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment by Francis Fukuyama (Netgalley) 6/6/18 599.Thale's Folly by Dorothy Gilman (finished 1/15/18) 3 stars (A).
Indonesians murdering ethnic Chinese and blaming them.
Eventide by Therese Bohman 164.
Two Nights by Kathy Reich (finished 4/7/18).9 stars 114.
Ron Hubbard, and the Golden Age of Science Fiction by Alec Nevala-Lee The collector's apprentice by Barbara.
I have noticed that some publishers do showcase their children's and YA stuff at ALA and that some, like Bloomsbury, don't even bring adult fare at all.