Steampunk wrote:Am currently enjoying China Miéville's Perdido Street Station. Big Neal Stephenson fan, too.
Bag_O_Wallet wrote:"In Greek mythology, the Elysian Fields in Elysium were the final resting place of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous.
Elysian Fields may also refer to:
Avenue des Champs-Élysées (English: Avenue of the Elysian Fields)"
Could you ask for a better spot for a bike race to end?
usedtobefast wrote:the grapes of wrath-john steinbeck
rereading yet again.
Wallace wrote:In Lance's prime, you could take all the drugs you wanted, whenever you wanted. Ah, those were the days... If you put Contador on the program Lance was on in his prime, it would be like watching a bicycle duct-taped to the space shuttle go up the alps. You have to factor all that in when figuring out which one is the most talented
dimspace wrote:on the wifes behalf cos she still wont register..
shes reading.. The blood of others by Simone De Beauvoir, which is allegedly an existentialist feminist novel
and youre all reading "man books" apparently..
Susan Westemeyer wrote:I just started reading "Julie and Julia" -- looks quite funny.
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