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Monday, May 02, 2005

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erika

goodbye chunky rice is really sweet and sad from what i remember. you should really go get it though, ive read and reread it dozens of times, and the line work is outa site.

michele

I just purchased 'Saturday' and am looking forward to reading it...I really liked 'Atonement'. Lately, I'm into memoirs. I just finished 'A Million Little Pieces' and I found it very very good. Take care.

Vicki

I really should read more, so little time. I've enver tried a graphic novel, but everyone seems to be getting into them lately. I'm always open to new things :)

Teresa C

I have the Bryson book on cd waiting for me to listen right now. I just finished reading to Second Glance by Jodi Picoult. My first book by her and I loved it. Have you read anything by her? If you have, which one should I read next? And have you read A Walk in the Woods by Bryson? (I think that is the title). My husband loved it.

Teresa C

Of course now that I read the post a little more carefully, rather than the quick browse before I comment.....

Kristen

I listened to that Bill Bryson (a favorite author) book on tape and it's not his typical funny book, but he sure makes learning about quantum physics entertaining! It was a disappointment to discover the BOT was- curses- abridged. Luckily I ran across the title in hardcover at the local Job Lot for $4 so now can read the entire book at my leisure.

heatherly

HI! i agree with you about simon singh! he makes you actually want to learn science, and you don't fall asleep in his lectures. we caught him on c-span a couple months ago. sounds nerdy, huh? loved it though.

Leisel

I've read Hominids... and Humans and Hybrids from the same trilogy. All very, very good.

Sarah W.

Hominids sounds really interesting - I'll have to check that one out. For recommendations, if you haven't read it yet, I recommend "Bel Canto" by Ann Patchett and a newly released book "Gods in Alabama" that's the first novel of Joshilyn Jackson (who has a blog!) and quite an enthralling read.

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