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Author:  granola [ Tue May 02, 2006 10:49 am ]
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Nature Noir by Jordan Fisher Smith?

He is doing a benefit reading for us next month. I am excited to have this event. I know in my neck of the woods this book has been read and was highly anticipated. I am just wondering if you have head of it, read it or are even interested in reading it.

http://naturenoir.com/

Author:  Origam [ Tue May 02, 2006 10:56 am ]
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That sounds interesting. Hrmm.. I have to go to the bookstore sometime this week, I may just see if they have it. :)

Author:  granola [ Tue May 02, 2006 11:54 am ]
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Origam wrote:
That sounds interesting. Hrmm.. I have to go to the bookstore sometime this week, I may just see if they have it. :)


If you wait a bit it will be coming out in paper back. Another reason he is doing a benefit reading for us. To sell the paper back version.

Author:  wijim [ Tue May 02, 2006 11:55 am ]
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granola wrote:
Nature Noir by Jordan Fisher Smith?

He is doing a benefit reading for us next month. I am excited to have this event. I know in my neck of the woods this book has been read and was highly anticipated. I am just wondering if you have head of it, read it or are even interested in reading it.

http://naturenoir.com/


eye wood butt eye catn raed. :lol:

Author:  Origam [ Tue May 02, 2006 11:56 am ]
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granola wrote:
If you wait a bit it will be coming out in paper back. Another reason he is doing a benefit reading for us. To sell the paper back version.


Paperback is always good. Can you give me a heads up when it comes out in paperback?

Author:  granola [ Tue May 02, 2006 2:36 pm ]
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Origam wrote:
granola wrote:
If you wait a bit it will be coming out in paper back. Another reason he is doing a benefit reading for us. To sell the paper back version.


Paperback is always good. Can you give me a heads up when it comes out in paperback?


Sure will!
It should been soon.

Author:  granola [ Fri May 12, 2006 12:32 pm ]
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It is out in Paperback now! And with the Auburn Dam issue heating up you will want to read this book. It is a nice history of the proposed dam.

Author:  redfurrymonster84 [ Fri May 12, 2006 4:16 pm ]
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Has anyone read the Left Behind series? I love them. I hate reading and I read through 3-4 classes now. I'm on the book Assassins now. Just wondering.

Author:  Archer [ Fri May 12, 2006 5:45 pm ]
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redfurrymonster84 wrote:
Has anyone read the Left Behind series? I love them. I hate reading and I read through 3-4 classes now. I'm on the book Assassins now. Just wondering.


My girlfriend has. She was telling me about them, but I either wasn't listening or I forgot what she told me. I think she liked them.

Author:  Origam [ Sat May 13, 2006 12:36 am ]
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How can anyone hate reading? :? I used to get extra credit for discussing books with my teachers, course I never turned any homework or classwork in so the extra credit barely helped. :D

I think I tried the Left Behind series... but I got it further on instead of starting at the beginning. Maybe I'll give it another try. Hrm. So many books.. so little time. :(

I got a whole mess of Star Trek books coming my way soon.. :D

Author:  Wayne Stollings [ Sat May 13, 2006 7:52 am ]
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Origam wrote:
How can anyone hate reading? :? I used to get extra credit for discussing books with my teachers, course I never turned any homework or classwork in so the extra credit barely helped. :D

I think I tried the Left Behind series... but I got it further on instead of starting at the beginning. Maybe I'll give it another try. Hrm. So many books.. so little time. :(

I got a whole mess of Star Trek books coming my way soon.. :D


You might like the series Eric Flint wrote about a modern town being transported back to 1632 Europe ... interesting reading. The title of the first book is ... "1632"

I also liked the Harry Turtledove series about the CSA winning the Civil War and the alternate time line through WWII (so far) and his other series about an alien invasion during WWII with the alternate time line through the present. John Ringo has a couple of series that are good as well ...

Author:  Origam [ Sat May 13, 2006 2:21 pm ]
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Wayne Stollings wrote:
You might like the series Eric Flint wrote about a modern town being transported back to 1632 Europe ... interesting reading. The title of the first book is ... "1632"

I also liked the Harry Turtledove series about the CSA winning the Civil War and the alternate time line through WWII (so far) and his other series about an alien invasion during WWII with the alternate time line through the present. John Ringo has a couple of series that are good as well ...


Cool! More authors to add to my reading list. The Harry Turtledove series sounds like something me and my dad would read. :D

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