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Rory Gilmore Update Number Five

Doing the Rory Gilmore reading challenge means reading works that are almost impossible to read, or works that you may not have a great deal to write about. 437 more words

Reviews

The da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

(Beebs, this one’s for you!)
Let me start out by saying that this book was everything I didn’t think it would be. By that, I mean that it was talked up so much to me by others that I didn’t really care for the vague concept described to me. 519 more words

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Bea Reads: 'The Da Vinci Code'

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

My rating: 9/10

One Sentence Verdict: Fast paced, intelligent mix of a thriller and detective story with a rich setting and thoroughly researched, intricate plot 811 more words

Book Review

#21 Shared Bookish Interests (#31)

I have had, and continue to have, an obscenely busy schedule of blogging, meeting friends and attending concerts over the first nine days of June (amazing, of course), which does cut down dramatically on my time to read. 361 more words

General Musings

Friday, 29 Mai 2015: Tom Hanks MIA at the Louvre 

The weekend started off with a little extra sleep (PRAISE) before Carly and I set out for Montmartre to spend an artsy morning in the artsy area. 681 more words

Why is reading such a chore?

Honestly, I should’ve started a blog about the multiple uses of books because I’m using them for everything besides reading. The Da Vinci Code was used as a cup holder yesterday and a collection of The Brother’s Grimms Fairytales – among others – is currently being used to press a couple of yellow roses that fell out of my graduation bouquet. 322 more words

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