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Today
October
20
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Stephen Fry
Oscar Wilde, Rupert Hart-Davis, Merlin Holland
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Arthur Conan Doyle, Stephen Fry
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Alexandra David-Néel
Clärenore Stinnes
Jean-Paul Sartre, James Wood, Robert Baldick
December2018
30
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October2018
20
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After having bought some more books today, I have to face the facts: my TBR is getting out of hand. So I have come up with...
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"Only one conciousness per mind." (NOT brain.) Possibly tautological; "Only one mind per mind." Possibly wrong; IIRC one theo...
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White is for witching, a colour to be worn so that all other colours can enter you, so that you may use them. Creepy, intri...
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A great way to spend Friday evening! I do love Archdruid Owen--he's hilarious.
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Yeah. Finally finished reading Dead before Dead for the Southern Gothic square. Bingo! Second to last row. Darkes...
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Sookie was a waitress and a mutant who could read minds. Because of that, she find it hard to have sex with a man. She is ...
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(Original Review, 2011)Here's my code and a sample run attempting to find the shortest path from "Home" to "School":class Loc...
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When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi is a posthumous memoir/biography from a man who was both in the prime of his life a...
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The punning language is reminiscent of Shakespeare even if the poetry is not as good. Junior Brother is in really deep trou...
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I started this readathon ill prepared. I've had a super busy couple of weeks. And forgot to take a hour or two to pick my t...
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This morning I was planning on writing up a review that I've been assigned, but I'm just not in a place to do it. Last night ...
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I'm on "Beyond Exile" because I've already read "Armageddon". This is working toward my Halloween Bingo and Dewey's 24-Hour ...
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Switching between third and first person in the same narrative always feels weird to me.
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Creepy and atmospheric, but the mood keeps getting broken by interior and exterior delving into personal thoughts and matters...
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(Original Review, 2001)Back in the day, I started programming AMOS on Commodore Amiga500. It was almost exactly like QBasic, ...
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Stephen Fry's Victorian Secrets by Stephen Fry
Progress: 16%
The Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde by Oscar Wilde, Rupert Hart-Davis, Merlin Holland
Teller Of Tales: The Life Of Arthur Conan Doyle by Daniel Stashower
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Sherlock Holmes: The Definitive Collection by Arthur Conan Doyle, Stephen Fry
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