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Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog

It's a blog! Mainly of book reviews.

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The Borrowers
Mary Norton, Joe Krush, Beth Krush
Progress: 67/192 pages
More Letters of Charles Darwin, Vol 2
Francis Darwin, Charles Darwin
Progress: 180/501 pages
Hainish Novels & Stories, Vol. 2
Ursula K. Le Guin
Progress: 107/789 pages
Too Brave to Dream: Encounters with Modern Art
R.S. Thomas
Progress: 66/96 pages
The Essential Shakespeare
Ted Hughes
Progress: 66/259 pages
Canaletto: Bernardo Bellotto Paints Europe
Andreas Schmacher
Progress: 212/360 pages
Introduction to Topology
Bert Mendelson
Progress: 10/224 pages
Basics of Plasma Astrophysics
Claudio Chiuderi, Marco Velli
Progress: 58/250 pages
A Student's Guide to Lagrangians and Hamiltonians
Patrick Hamill
Progress: 7/180 pages
The Complete Plays and Poems
E.D. Pendry, J.C. Maxwell, Christopher Marlowe
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Mary Norton, Joe Krush, Beth Krush
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Francis Darwin, Charles Darwin
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Ursula K. Le Guin
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R.S. Thomas
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Ted Hughes
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Andreas Schmacher
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Bert Mendelson
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Claudio Chiuderi, Marco Velli
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Patrick Hamill
E.D. Pendry, J.C. Maxwell, Christopher Marlowe
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(Germany is UTC (GMT) +1, so it's already May 24 here and I'm allowed to roll again.) This puts me on square 19: Th...
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Her glance passed to Ione Muir, to Miss Delauny, to Geoffrey Trent. Jacqueline Delauny had a handkerchief clenched in her han...
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“What is it?” “There’s something lying at the foot of the quarry wall.” “Something?” “Someone!” Ooooh! We have a suspicio...
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“Oh, no, we never scold her,” said Jacqueline Delauny. Her tone was that of the civilized person who is addressing a member ...
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As many of you know, I love a mountaineering book every now and then. And so does Lillelara. So, when Lillelara recently shar...
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The only reason I was interested in reading this was because I read a short story by Craig Ferguson, (though I can't remember...