- Kenosha, WI, USA
- member since February 4, 2010
Okay yes I felt the same way! I felt bad because I felt like I should feel more of a connection with her or more sympathy but you're right. She was very snooty. I think that was the intention of the author though so that the whole situation was very uneven and extra creepy. Because though you felt horrible about the situation she was in you still didn't really like her, you know?
And I agree about GP. That whole thing was very strange.
Posting! yay! I see you have reached over 1,000, I guess it's time for that party! I also see you have read A Scanner Darkly. That was one of those books that I put down confused over whether or not I liked it. I think I ended up deciding it was okay, but wouldn't read it again. I have finished Necromancer. Ready to talk when you are!
Hi, just wanted to let you know I'm "following" you...we have 128 books in common.
Yes, I saw it opening night. I really enjoyed the physicality of the Dracula/Harper "paus de deux" in Act I, too.
And I was amazed that ... oh drats, his name escapes me ... the mental patient ... I think that was in Act III where he's dancing with Mima and he's in a straightjacket. Wow, what balance and control!
I was reviewing your inaccurate image report for the book "Medicus", and in this case, we Librarians are unable to change or remove this image as it is bound to the edition at Amazon. However, I have submitted an report, via their "give image feedback" link, and once they update the cover on their site, that change should then migrate to Shelfari.
Let me know if you have any questions.
In her shoes is pretty good! It's driving me a little crazy.. I feel sorry for both sisters & their situation, but it does a good job at being entertaining too & not just miserable. I added that book thinking maybe I found one you haven't read, but... not yet. One day, Ms. Seitz, one day. The hunger games series was also good- very addictive. I found Katniss increasingly annoying as the series went on with her boy issues, but I couldn't put the books down. Now they're being passed around some Cleveland friends before I go to Michigan. I'm moving to Ann Arbor in a couple weeks to start a job in U of M Hospital's NICU. The trail was not as epic as the first time we went.. we ended up only hiking for about 1 month (it was about 3 1/2 last time). But it was awesome because we took Ruby with us, and it was so fun to have her along.
What're you up to? Still in Michigan?