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Re: I regret to inform you (okay, no, I don't), that I am unable to comply with your request. Camilla Send a noteboard - 01/01/2011 10:45:33 AM
I have never heard of it, and I am rather annoyed at that. It sounds very interesting. I don't know when I'll have time to read anything but Dumas in French, though. I am nearing a point where I am beginning to hope that I'll be unemployed once I finish my PhD. You really must stop reviewing such tasty books.

I'm rather enjoying my reading pace now that I'm going to work by train and tram, I must say, and I've read a number of fantastic books in that time. I will admit some people might be turned off by the sheer quantity of my reviews and start zoning out, but they're such good books! Expect another rave review one of these days about Yukio Mishima.


Truth be told I am quite happy with it.
*MySmiley*
structured procrastinator
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