- The middle of almost nowhere, CO, USA
- member since May 15, 2008
ReBecca’s last login was Friday, July 6, 2012.
I like your profile and your shelf. We have several books in common. I love agatha Christie as well. Do you like Ms. Marple or Poriot better? Also, if you have any suggestions for classics I would love to hear them. I aspire to read more than I do. Let's be friends.
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Sorry for the late reply a little busy and sick. They made a series on HBO out of the "Sookie Stackhouse Series" called True blood. Very entertaining I must say. I'm not sure about a movie though. Let me know how you liked Twilight when you are done. I'm in love with Edward as most people are who read the book. :)
Just to think that they made a movie out of "Love in the time of Cholera." I'm defintely passing on that. We have a lot of similar books. I like the fact that you branch out into different genres. Currently I'm obsessing over the Sookie Stackhouse series. (vampires, were wolves, fairies and what not.)
I'm reading " nana" I see it's on your shelf. I don't have high expectations for it. I agree with most of the book reviews on the books we have in common. Your reviews are a riot! :) I hated 'Love in the time of Cholera" it just was endless with a plot that I'm still unsure of.