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Old 11-12-2010, 11:36 PM   #1181
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That's easy. I love the books! Test away, your Ogressness.
Oh Great! First I have to create "Murphy Slaw" and now I have to write a test...me and my big mouth!
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Old 11-13-2010, 12:54 AM   #1182
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Oh Great! First I have to create "Murphy Slaw" and now I have to write a test...me and my big mouth!
HAHAHAHAHHAHAHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

Yep.
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Old 11-14-2010, 04:32 PM   #1183
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at the moment i am reading two books. "the years of extermination by saul friedander. it is tough going to read. so when my brain gets tired of trying to follow it, i resort to jd robbs "glory in death". i have been very interested in the books i am reading about nazi germany and the jews. no i am not jewish. i just get on this tangent to find out all i can about any given subject.
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Old 11-14-2010, 04:38 PM   #1184
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at the moment i am reading two books. "the years of extermination by saul friedander. it is tough going to read. so when my brain gets tired of trying to follow it, i resort to jd robbs "glory in death". i have been very interested in the books i am reading about nazi germany and the jews. no i am not jewish. i just get on this tangent to find out all i can about any given subject.

Oh, I love tangents! They make up some of the best reading, not saying fun, but you can sure learn alot!
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Lehane has a new book out forget the name right now. Got a good review, first new one in quite some time. mystic river my favorite
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I finished Forging the Darksword last night and started Doom of the Darksword this morning.

Interesting premise; A child is born with no magic in a world where everyone has magic.
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Old 11-16-2010, 01:01 AM   #1187
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I finished Forging the Darksword last night and started Doom of the Darksword this morning.

Interesting premise; A child is born with no magic in a world where everyone has magic.
Now you have me interested...who is/are the author(s)? Pretty please!!
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Weis and Hickman.

Darksword Trilogy
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Weis and Hickman.

Darksword Trilogy
Thank you!!! I'll go find them.
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I downloaded them on the Kindle.
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