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Reading Together #11

While I’m at home redecorating I present to you another instalment of Weltenwanderers and SchlunzenbüchersGemeinsam Lesen” (Reading Together).

Each Tuesday one of them asks four questions, with the first three always being the same about the book one is currently reading and the fourth a new one by either of them. 428 more words

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Reading Together #10

My Book-Week is over, but I still present to you another instalment of Weltenwanderers and SchlunzenbüchersGemeinsam Lesen” (Reading Together).

Each Tuesday one of them asks four questions, with the first three always being the same about the book one is currently reading and the fourth a new one by either of them. 548 more words

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Reading Together #9

While my Book-Week is currently in progress I present to you another instalment of Weltenwanderers and SchlunzenbüchersGemeinsam Lesen” (Reading Together).

Each Tuesday one of them asks four questions, with the first three always being the same about the book one is currently reading and the fourth a new one by either of them. 745 more words

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Reading Together #8

And here you have the first instalment of Weltenwanderers and SchlunzenbüchersGemeinsam Lesen” (Reading Together) for this year.

Each Tuesday one of them asks four questions, with the first three always being the same about the book one is currently reading and the fourth a new one by either of them. 766 more words

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Stephen King's THE DARK TOWER Book Profile: THE GUNSLINGER

Year Published: Serialized from 1978-81, Original Edition: 1982, Revised Edition: 2003

“Re” Word: Resumption

Dedication: “To ED FERMAN who took a chance on these stories… 1,172 more words

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Stephen King's THE DARK TOWER Book Profile: THE DRAWING OF THE THREE

Year Published: 1987

“Re” Word: Renewal

Dedication: “To Don Grant, who’s taken on these novels, one by one.”

A very clever dedication, paying homage to the previous novel, and acknowledging that this story has graduated from a cycle of short stories to a series of novels. 1,029 more words

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