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(no subject) [Jul. 22nd, 2010|09:26 am]
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Lord Sunday (Keys to the Kingdom, book 7) by Garth Nix, read by Allan Corduner
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ReRead [Jul. 9th, 2010|10:24 am]
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#6, 7, 8, and 9 - The Lioness Quartet by Tamora Pierce. George Cooper is still my favorite male lead in all of fiction. And I still like Pierce's writing. As I have read her work repeatedly between about age 15 and now, I don't expect this opinion to change. (I had been curious, because I have found some works that I liked as a teenager and grew out of. Many of them, I had liked the subject matter but found upon re-reading that I didn't care for the writing style.)
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(no subject) [Jun. 29th, 2010|09:35 am]
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#18 Truly, Madly by Heather Webber - paranormal chick-lit. Not bad, not great.
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(no subject) [Jun. 23rd, 2010|01:58 pm]
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# 12 Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales - various authors and artists. This was waay cool. 3 discs of African Folktales, each read by a different artist. And lots of great readers, including Alan Rickman, Whoopi Goldberg, Matt Damon, Hugh Jackman, LeVar Burton and Samuel L. Jackson.

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#5 - The Luxe by Anna Godbersen. Predictable but well written.
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(no subject) [Jun. 16th, 2010|02:13 pm]
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#4 - The Birthday Ball by Lois Lowry

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#11 - Death Masks by Jim Butcher, read by James Marsters
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(no subject) [Jun. 11th, 2010|11:30 am]
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#17 - The Blonde Samurai by Jina Bacarr - her pacing was odd - time kept skipping around and it was somewhat hard to follow.
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(no subject) [Jun. 9th, 2010|01:33 pm]
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#14 - Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs by Molly Harper - labeled as Paranormal romance - but was more mystery than romance.

#15 - Marrying the Captain by Carla Kelly - Regency Romance. British Navy. Napoleonic wars.

#16 - CatSpeak by Bash Dibra.
- I just got a kitten : What do I do? by Mordecai Siegal
I'm counting these two (along with the several other cat books that I flipped through) as one. "CatSpeak" was really written for people who want to show-train their cats and y'know, star in friskies commercials and stuff. The most useful section of any of the books that I read was the chapter in "I just got a Kitten" which explained how mother cats train their kittens to hunt. (They don't teach or show. They catch mice, let them go in front of the kitten and then catch the mouse again. "If you weren't such a loser kitten, you'd have a mouse too." This is why your cat wants to play with the box in stead of the big fancy kitty jungle gym you just bought. You gave up the jungle gym. It must totally suck. You took away the box. It's obviously awesome.)
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(no subject) [Jun. 3rd, 2010|09:48 am]
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#13 - Some Girls by Jillian Lauren
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(no subject) [Jun. 2nd, 2010|11:07 am]
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#3: A wizard of Mars by Diane Duane
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(no subject) [May. 28th, 2010|10:49 am]
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#10 Temptation and Surrender by Stephanie Laurens, read by Roz Landor
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