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  1. #1
    Mowgli
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    Default Thank You

    Thanks for allowing me to host -- I had fun...

    ...dave

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    Puck
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    Default Re: Thank You

    No, thank you for sharing your book with us.
    Bethany

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    Tiny Tim
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    Default Re: Thank You

    Thanks so much for hosting and sharing your book with us. It's not something I would've immediately selected for myself...but after reading it I realized I really enjoyed it, and I think it will definitely broaden my reading horizons Thanks again!
    Now reading:
    Atonement. by Ian McEwan
    Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen

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    Thing 2
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    Default Re: Thank You

    awe did i miss a good book?



    [quote author=Klaatu link=topic=6826.msg72577#msg72577 date=1296793819]
    'Stay thirsty, my friends.' [/quote]

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    Puck
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    Default Re: Thank You

    It was an awesome book, as are the rest of Dave's works! I am extremely disappointed I was not able to participate in this book club to the extent I have in previous ones, but I did read along and followed the questions and answers the best I could while traveling. Hopefully, by this fall, my schedule will slow down to the point I can again participate in these discussions. Until then, the best I can do is try to keep up with the reading assignments and enjoy the thoughtful inputs of others. It may not seem as though I'm around much anymore, but I do keep up with the forum through RSS Feeds! So, Dave, thank you, again, for providing us a well thought out, entertaining e-book for our enjoyment!
    Paul...
    Proud owner of a rare and exclusive autographed copy of the soon to be classic novel: Boomerang, by Alan Hutcheson!

    Now reading:
    Man of Steel, by Dave Conifer
    The Murder of King Tut, by James Patterson

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