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  1. I've been meaning to read some things by him. I loved the Fionavar Tapestry.
  2. i never finished Jude The Obscure. I made it through other Hardy books and even liked them, but when I got to the part where I was out. Instead I began reading Dorothy Parker and determined I would not waste my time reading books I did not like just to finish them.
  3. I enjoyed the Wrinkle in Time books. Or maybe something by Guy Gavriel Kay who is a fantasy writer. Peter S. Beagle is good as well.
  4. Is there going to be a 3rd season? I enjoy the show as well, love the costumes and the music
  5. Me too! I preferred the author's Jean Plaidy books best though, but also read all the Philippa Carr ones. I only read a few of the Victoria Holt ones.
  6. oh definitely life in the Hill Country is different from Southeast Texas, or Southern Texas by the border. On another note why were there no Latinos in Friday Night Lights?
  7. Have you ever read anything by Bodie and Brock Thoene? I used to love the Zion Covenant series and the Shiloh Legacy books. Francine Rivers' mark of the Lion series is really good as well.
  8. Please tell if this is good. I really loved Night Circus
  9. I was kind of hoping she was Smitts' daughter. I am half Mexican American and look more Anglo.
  10. This one will be sad as one of my favorites will not be on the show. I wonder if this will be the last one
  11. PBS had a documentary over musicals in 2012, but i don't think Burns directed it. https://www.pbs.org/wnet/broadway/
  12. I was thinking the exact same thing! Especially as I am woefully ignorant about hip hop and would like to learn more.
  13. I really enjoyed this. I am from the South, but have never been much of a country music fan. The older music though reminds me of my grandparents, and I hope my Mamaw is watching this and enjoying it. Is Burns' Jazz series similar to this in style? I have been meaning to watch that as well.
  14. The only thing I've read of Kay is the Fionavar Tapestry, which I loved. is this also fantasy?
  15. Oh I agree! The whole movie is charming and Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole play off each other well.
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