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posted by Megan at 7:18 PM
Pretty sure all my Rapture-eligible friends are accounted for.
I love that when one of my friends isn't in touch for a few days, we just assume that he's been bodily transported to heaven. I think that shows a lot of faith in each other.
It's a pretty good mindset to have, really. I wish I could be so optimistic. But for me, that'd be like having the phone ring at three in the morning and thinking, "Ooh, I bet it's Ed McMahon!"
I'm culling my library in preparation for a cross-country move. I still haven't decided if the Left Behind books are staying or going. I also don't know if they'll be popular fare in a Utah used book store.
Really? You're wavering on the Left Behind books? I read the first one, 'cause I heard it was a decent thriller. It was passable, for a light read, but I had zero desire to read further or even re-visit the good parts of the first one. Usually if I like a book, I re-read the good parts as soon as I finish.
It's not that they're great reads - "decent thriller" is probably more praise than they deserve. It's that they're really interesting to read with an eye towards the target audience. I just don't get some large groups of people, and Left Behind's market is one of those groups.
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