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25 March 2010


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I totally read Eon at your recommendation, and AM SO GLAD I DID. Brilliant. I have NO IDEA why everyone hasn't aalready read it....unless perhaps it's because of the unfortunate cover...


I'm HOPING that they change the cover when the paperback comes out in August -- there's no image available yet at Amazon...

Jen Robinson

OK, Leila. If you are THIS enthusiastic about it, I'll move the second on up on my list. I have it here in the house, which makes that much easier, of course. Thanks for the recommendation!


I hope you get as big a kick out of it as I did -- there's something about the combination of mean girls, boarding school and hard-boiled mystery that just slays me. (And the second one involves an ancestral estate!)


Hey, I'm going to try the black bean cakes - but with pinto beans because that's what I have at the moment. I'm a big fan of huevos rancheros, and this looks like an updated version. Yay!


Oh good grief - how have I missed the "Kiss Me, Kill Me" bandwagon? Totally off of this one and now MUST CATCH UP!!! Also, can I just say how excited I am about the new Holmes/Watson? Can't wait for that to show up over here (it was apparently sold in the US - imagine on BBC America?)

I so love Holmes.

As to Meg Murray on the big screen - it scares the crap out of me, plain and simple.

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