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    Life of Pi by Yann Martel, Casino Royale by Ian Fleming, A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway
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  1. Colouring for Adults

    I got a book that was just called Stress Relieving coloring for Adults or something like that. It has some nice patterns in it.
  2. Read-a-thon - (2013-2015)

    Well I would do one next weekend, but I'm going on a two week vacation starting next saturday
  3. More football

  4. More football

    Writers must be loving the storyline of this world cup though. The United States has said all along that they want to avenge their loss in 2011 and now they get to do it against the team that won in 2011. I'm really hoping they win. I trust the defense, and hopefully they can score 2 goals or more again. Sad for England with how the game ended
  5. Read-a-thon - (2013-2015)

    I've been busy again, so I haven't read much. A read-a-thon would be a great way to get back on track, but I'm going on vacation today through Sunday Maybe I will have my own personal read-a-thon next week.
  6. Harry Potter Books by J. K. Rowling

    I got Lovegood
  7. Need Suggestions

    I might not get all of them, but I'm sure I will know a few. Hopefully that doesn't take away from the book.
  8. Schultz Reading 2015

    You Know You Love Me by Cecily von Ziegesar Summary In You Know You Love Me, the sequel to Gossip Girl, it's brunette vixen Blair Waldorf's seventeenth birthday, and she knows exactly what she wants— Nate, her studly troubles boyfriend of three years. But Blair's been too busy filling out Ivy League college applications to notice that Nate has found himself another playmate. Opinions Well I decided to use these books as fillers. In between groups of longer and sometimes more challenging books, I'm just going to read them. Not great, not bad. It is very interesting if you're into reading about gossip, and it's kind of fun to live in the world of rich New Yorkers. As far as quick, easy, teen reads go it was a good one, so I'm giving it a pretty good rating. Rating
  9. Need Suggestions

    That's three recommendations already. I'm very excited to read it now
  10. More football

    Yes I hope Abby has a good game after what happened last time with Colombia. I wonder which strikers will start. It seems like Wambach and Morgan have better chemistry than Wambach and Leroux.
  11. More football

    The U.S. has played really well, I think. But I'm a little worried about the offense. I'm sure it will come especially because throughout the group round they used so many different combinations of strikers, but they only scored 4 goals? 5 goals? the whole group round. The group was a tough one but it had me worried. The defense is outstanding.
  12. Athena's Reading List 2015

    Library night sounds like it would be very fun. I wish my library was more welcoming. Maybe it's because I recently moved to the area, got a card, and only use the self-checkout but whenever I walk in I try to get out as quick as I can because I feel uncomfortable. I don't know why. I wish it was a place of comfort that I could spend more time at Anyway....I hope you enjoy the books you bought! Also the marshmallow thing sounds very interesting
  13. Schultz Reading 2015

    She's quite popular. Especially some of her SNL skits before people really knew her name. So if you ever watched that or saw a clip from it, that might be where you have seen her face. This too I actually want to see this film because she is one of the voices and an actress from The Office is another one. I'm happy as well. I had high expectations from her
  14. Schultz Reading 2015

    Yes Please by Amy Poehler Summary In Amy Poehler’s highly anticipated first book, Yes Please, she offers up a big juicy stew of personal stories, funny bits on sex and love and friendship and parenthood and real life advice (some useful, some not so much), like when to be funny and when to be serious. Powered by Amy’s charming and hilarious, biting yet wise voice, Yes Please is a book is full of words to live by Opinions I absolutely loved this book. I loved it so much that I regret only borrowing it from the library and not buying it. I actually might go out and buy it right now. I have to say that I had some original bias for the book because Amy Poehler is one of my favorite actresses, writers, and just overall people. I love how she carries herself and I love everything she has done for women's rights. That said, I believe this book would be fantastic to people that don't even know who she is. She gives so many life lessons and wise words in this book, but there are also many times she makes the reader laugh out loud. That said, some of the chapters will make more sense and mean a lot more if you are familiar with her work on SNL and Parks & Recreation. And being very familiar and huge fan of both of these, this book meant a lot to me. I was able to see into the world of TV and learn the struggle it is but I have also learned how amazing every day of their lives are. It was really cool, added to the emotion the TV show already evoked in me, and was extremely funny. I put this book down to go to the bathroom and watch about 10 minutes of TV while I ate lunch. That was about it, because it was that good. I understand that maybe I'm overhyping the book and it might disappoint someone, but holy cow I loved this book. I don't read much non-fiction, but I might consider reading some of the other books written by some names I'm familiar with from The Office and Parks & Rec, two of my favorite shows. Rating
  15. Need Suggestions

    Thank you Ooh. That sounds interesting And thrilling