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Old 07-21-2007, 08:02 PM   #46
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my wife bought the book this morning at wal-mart. she said there was hardly nobody there, anyways i never read the books but i was curious as to how it would end so i read the last chapter of the book.
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Old 07-23-2007, 05:32 PM   #47
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I like non-fiction books myself. History books in particular.
I'm with you on that. I'm in the middle of David McCollough's John Adams, and I have his newest one, 1776 that I'll read next. I'm on the Revolutionary War kick these days.
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I'm with you on that. I'm in the middle of David McCollough's John Adams, and I have his newest one, 1776 that I'll read next. I'm on the Revolutionary War kick these days.
Im with you guys on this one.I also prefer non fiction history books.I have read 1776 twice and enjoyed it both times.It gives you a good look into that period of American history.It goes into detail about the lives of the officers and enlisted men on both sides.It really demonstrates just how close we came to losing it all in that year.


How is McCollough's John Adams?I too seem to be on a Revolutionary war kick these days and need something to read.
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Old 07-23-2007, 06:25 PM   #49
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I'm more about the Civil War era. I really want to read Team of Rivals

I'm just wrapping up the first Harry Potter book. Wanted to see how good these books really were, though everyone says it really gets good around book 4). It's not a bad read. But Hermione is a total rip-off of Topanga from Boy Meets World
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I'm more about the Civil War era. I really want to read Team of Rivals

I'm just wrapping up the first Harry Potter book. Wanted to see how good these books really were, though everyone says it really gets good around book 4). It's not a bad read. But Hermione is a total rip-off of Topanga from Boy Meets World
I think you'll enjoy reading them SS. Although, Order of the Phoenix will feel like it's never going to end.

I just finished Deathly Hallows last night and I'm still chewing on it. I'm not sure if I'm satisfied with the ending or not.
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I'm with you on that. I'm in the middle of David McCollough's John Adams, and I have his newest one, 1776 that I'll read next. I'm on the Revolutionary War kick these days.
Loved both those books. 1776 was so good, at the end I was left wishing he had written about the entire war, not just that year. John Adams was is one of my favorite biographies, what an amazing guy. I especially enjoyed how Adams contrasted with Washington and Jefferson, and how he and Jefferson got over their rivalry to become friends late in life, then both died on the same Fourth of July. McCullough is so talented at making history approachable and readable. His books are packed wth information but read like a novel.

My mom used to be an elementary school librarian, so she brought home the first Harry Potter book when I was in college and I've enjoyed them all since.

I enjoyed the ending of book seven, a little cheesy, but good closure.
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Old 07-25-2007, 03:16 PM   #52
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P.S. Thanks to whichever mod erased the fake arcade scores in QB Challenge and restored my title. With the Potter books done, that's all I have to live for.
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