Two words… What book?

January 28, 2008

Paragon schnitzophonic.     


Anyone know in the which book this can be found?   I’m busy reading….        NO BLOGGING FOR ME TODAY.



  1. No, but if the second word were “schiznitophonic” I’d be all over it!

    Enjoy your reading day 🙂

  2. OK – I’ll tell you. Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen.

  3. Is it any good? Not that I want to know. Not at all. I don’t need another book to read.

    Only I do… 😦

  4. Fool – You can skip this one for now… The book was good enjoyable easy to read, fast-paced, well-structured. Fun circus facts. But I’m thinking it might be forgettable; and I found myself doubting the emotions of the characters and being forced to conclusion. I don’t think I’m going to search out the author’s other books.

    I just loved the psychoanalysis given for the animal director to excuse his behavior! One of those passages you read twice… Paragon Schnitzophonic! hee hee

  5. *grin* Thanks. I have too long a “must-read” list for now that I hesitate adding anything to it, especially something that made people doubt the emotions of the characters?

  6. I’m completely in love with this book. It’s about a guy who is in a nursing home. He has flashbacks of his younger-years in the circus. It’s terribly fascinating.

  7. Hi Carissa, thank you. It IS a good book. In fact, I bought a large print copy for my grandma who is a voracious reader. I’m looking forward to discussing it with her.

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