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First post for this will not count unless it's completed. [Apr. 16th, 2006|01:56 am]
[Current Location |Global.]
[mood |mellowmellow]
[music |John Coltrane - Blue Train]

Take the five nearest books and...
Book 1 first sentence
Book 2 last sentence on page 50
Book 3 second sentence on page 100
Book 4 next to last sentence on page 150
Book 5 final sentence

*grabs 5 nearest books* Like so! :)

When a dire situation is at hand, safe and sane alternatives may not exist. Far be it from my heart, the thought thereof. Through their community parks, recreation departments, and fine schools, children may compete in almost any sport. I had an emergency. Now I must write again.

Your turn -- :) Looking forward to reading these. I have a really busy week coming up, so if I'm not around as much, my apologies, I'll try and catch up when things return to normal.

From: snoboarder7997
2006-04-16 02:22 pm (UTC)
Hyperion won the Hugo Award...so I'm expecting it'll be pretty good. I liked Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code so I figure I'll try out another one of Dan Browns books...Deception Point looks alot different but it should be good. Brave New World is about a "streamlined Eden" of the future...my friend recommended it to me saying it's really really good...I just started it but it seems really interesting. The Reality Dysfunction Part 1: Emergence is part of a six book series and was a random recommendation to me by a guy working at Barnes and Noble. Foundation was also a recommendation by the same guy...I've never read any of his books but apparently Isaac Asimov is a rather well known scifi author from back in the day...he wrote I, Robot which the movie was based on somewhat...and then he also wrote Fantastic Voyage which they made a movie on back in the 80's or something where hte people journey into the human body...
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2006-04-21 04:45 pm (UTC)
Oooh, very interesting! *writes them down*
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