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    Dinahann, you are the queen!

    Thank you for taking the time to give me, and others, the above info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eldee
    Dinahann, you are the queen!

    Thank you for taking the time to give me, and others, the above info!
    You're welcome. Reading is the thing I most like to do, and it's never a problem to share what I like to read!

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    I didn't even know it was out! I just had a 'Dark Tower' Marathon where I read all the books again. I just got "Wolves of the Calla" and I figured a little marathon would lead up to it nicely. And now "Song of Susannah" is out. I'm going to Barnes and Nobles tonight!

    Yes, I am the type of person who reads the books she loves many, many times.

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    Okay, I'm done reading. That was a good book! Hate that I have to wait for the last one.

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    I'm done, as well, and I have roughly a hundred reactions, from the mundane ("I thought 'Maturin' was a great name, but King didn't have to confess he didn't create it"), to the bemused ("What happened to the Eddie Dean from WotC that was willing to sacrifice Susannah to see the Dark Tower?"), to the sublime ("A Twinner, as they say in The Talisman, is a Twinner because King takes people he's encountered in real life and places them in a fictional setting--therefore, they have their real-life inspirations and their fictionalized characters.")

    Ready to discuss, so let's BRING IT AWN!
    "...Every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things donít always soften the bad things, but...the bad things donít always spoil the good things." - The Doctor

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    I am just ducking in here, without reading any of the posts in case they're spoilers, to rant that my stupid library hasn't even put this book out on the shelves yet.
    It's such a fine line between stupid, and clever. -- David St. Hubbins

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    I'm ready to discuss also. How should we continue so we do not spoil it for anyone who hasn't read it yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whozit
    I'm ready to discuss also. How should we continue so we do not spoil it for anyone who hasn't read it yet?
    I don't think that is possible, not with this book. We might put our discussion in spoiler tags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astrogirl_2100
    I don't think that is possible, not with this book. We might put our discussion in spoiler tags.
    OK, I need a quick lesson on how to do that.

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    I'm almost finished the book. It's great so far and I'm having a hard time putting it down.
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