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Old 11-19-2005, 07:47 PM   #16
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I am trying to get through The Time Traveler's Wife but it's not really keeping my interest, the story jumps about so much. I don't like to start a book and not finish it tho so this is taking a long time for me.
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How do you like your eggs sir.??
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I read magazines alot. Currently perusing National Geographic story about Africa - I was in South Africa last year and brings back memories!

But for lighter fare, I just started Harry Potter and the OOTP - any Potter fans here?
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^Good choice.

I am trying to get through The Time Traveler's Wife but it's not really keeping my interest, the story jumps about so much. I don't like to start a book and not finish it tho so this is taking a long time for me.
Oooh, it's hard to get used to at first, but once you get the rhythm it's so worth it. That book was hands down the BEST book I have ever read. and I've read a LOT of books

I just finished reading 'Entering the circle' by Olga Kharitidi
Which is a fascinating book for anyone into Philosophy/psychology/theology
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I have started reading the last Umberto Eco's book some days ago, but I stopped reading it in the middle, it's too boring for me...
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