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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.

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7 comments

  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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