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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by BookWormWizard on 17 August 2003 9:12pm
 
My latest Book challenge is The Hound Of The Baskervilles(Arthur Conan Doyle)..I hope that I cant hear any laughter from my Fellow Palinites,remember you have to take into account that Ive only been reading since last November,and what a jolly good time Im having,I never realised how rewarding reading could be..nunber 1 BookWorm..David..
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by Gaidhliglass on 18 August 2003 4:48am
 
David,
I loved that book!!! But as for me I am in the middle of reading Hemingway's Chair (Michael) and Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Richard Bach). Those are just to tide me over until school starts though.
Aly <><
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by MissTrixiB on 18 August 2003 6:45am
 
My choices are very dull at the moment. I finished 'Harry Potter and The Order of Pheonix' 3 days after it came out (yay me!), but my most recent book has been 'Atkins For Life' (*LOL*). Between those, I read 'The Last Party', a book about the final days of Studio 54 and the heyday of the New York Disco scene. It's been a while since I've read 'The Hound'....I should do that again!
Happy reading......you really ARE turning into your name!
kisses-
trixi
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by fattcslim on 18 August 2003 1:56pm
 
urmm, the life of johnny reb, woe to live on, memoirs of elisa hunt rhodes, company aytch,bill bryson down under, walt whitmans civil war poems, i rode with stonewall and band of brothers., so u can see im a bit busy reading
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by pandk2 on 18 August 2003 2:56pm
 
I'm half way through "Ethel The Aardvark Goes Quantity Surveying".Fascinating stuff.
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by peripatetically on 18 August 2003 3:01pm
 
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, Kaz, you are priceless!!!!
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by peripatetically on 18 August 2003 3:20pm
 
I just finished the TV guide!
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by Helen on 18 August 2003 4:29pm
 
Just finished the 5th HP book-- I am trying to choose the next one: Jon Krakaur's (sp?) Into Thin Air, or Fast Food Nation...
hmmmmm....
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by Diamond on 18 August 2003 4:36pm
 
A Different Kind of Love by Sheelagh Kelly - fiction
 
Re: What Book Are You Reading At The Moment.. by ravenreayn on 19 August 2003 7:07am
 
Right now I'm reading Douglas Adam's Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy for the first time, and working on reading Order of the Phoenix for the second time. ^_^; But that probably won't happen for a long time since classes just started back up. >.<;

Debbie
 
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