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    I need to read Jane Eyre for AP English next year, also... It'll really get me prepared and all that. Anyway... here's a list of books that have been mentioned that are on my AP/Honors list:

    Jane Eyre
    Mrs. Dalloway

    So, both of these would help me a ton. I've got to write a synopsis and do an evaluation of the piece, too. So...
    MULDER: It's still there, Scully. 200,000 years down in the ice.

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    5 votes - Alice Sebold - "Lovely Bones"

    4 votes - Jonathan Coleman - "Exit the Rainmaker"

    3 votes - Barbara Kingsolver "The Poisonwood Bible"

    2 votes - John Irving - "A Prayer for Owen Meany"

    1 vote - Russell Banks - "Rule of the Bone"
    1 vote - Anna Quindlen - "Black and Blue"
    1 vote - Jose Saramago - "Blindness"

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    I vote for The Poisonwood Bible!
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    I haven't read the Lovely Bones, and it sounds interesting, so I guess that would be my pick, too. But I'll go for any of the choices.

    I'd also be interested in Paulie's book for a future choice. It sounds really interesting.
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    Wow, I'm excited about the book club.

    I vote for The Lovely Bones and The Poisonwood Bible.

    I look forward to reading whatever book is decided upon and I also look forward to the future discussions.
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    Here's the list so far - You have until noon today to vote...

    7 votes - Alice Sebold - "Lovely Bones"

    4 votes - Jonathan Coleman - "Exit the Rainmaker"
    4 votes - Barbara Kingsolver "The Poisonwood Bible"

    2 votes - John Irving - "A Prayer for Owen Meany"

    1 vote - Russell Banks - "Rule of the Bone"
    1 vote - Anna Quindlen - "Black and Blue"
    1 vote - Jose Saramago - "Blindness"

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    I'd like to participate too...

    My vote is for "The Lovely Bones"
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    Its a front runner...

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    Here's the list so far - You have until noon today to vote...
    This isn't even a close one...

    8 votes - Alice Sebold - "Lovely Bones"

    4 votes - Jonathan Coleman - "Exit the Rainmaker"
    4 votes - Barbara Kingsolver "The Poisonwood Bible"

    2 votes - John Irving - "A Prayer for Owen Meany"

    1 vote - Russell Banks - "Rule of the Bone"
    1 vote - Anna Quindlen - "Black and Blue"
    1 vote - Jose Saramago - "Blindness"

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    And, glennajo, don't be paranoid. I like you a lot. I just don't log on every night. An order from Amazon.com takes about a week (or sometimes less) to be filled.
    When you're ten years old and a car drives by and splashes a puddle of water all over you, it's hard to decide if you should go to school like that or try to go home and change and probably be late. So while he was trying to decide, I drove by and splashed him again. - Jack Handey

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