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February 29, 2008

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Marcia

I have that Ken Follett book on loan from our school library. I'm afraid to start it because I know I will have no life (and family will have no meals) until I'm done.

I'm sure I've shared this before, but Pillars is one of my all time favorite books.

jillian

Only 2 inches to go!

That's such a shame about the DECA competition. It's always amazing for me to hear through you how much the education system seems to fall down.

Thanks for the book recommendation! I've never read Follett.

adrienne

I "JUST" finished this book!!! OMG! All I can say is I HATED RALPH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do NOT get me started on this book! It was FANTASTIC!!! I want to read the other one now!

Mary-Kay

World Without End was such a GREAT read! I also hated Ralph. I went back and re-read Pillars of the Earth and it was just as good the second time around. LOVED IT!

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