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Alex Davis - Sunnyvale, CA (USA):
April 02, 2001:
This book, now lost, fell between the Old and New Testaments. It's
mostly about horticulture.
This is the book my grandfather would have started, again, today.
I want to read this book but when I approach it it
glares, it gets hot, it skitters away! It scares me! How can
a book scare you? I've never even opened it!
This book makes me glad that someone else has also felt this
way, but disheartened that someone else has already written it.
Nowadays I don't bother rereading this book. I just look at it
on the shelf.
This book is about a woman whose thoughts appear on the walls
around her, like she's an overhead projector.
This book has been a coaster, a doorstop, a paperweight, a part
of a footstool, a writing desk, a missile, a pillow, and a
pick-up line, and it looks like it might be a good read.
This is the book I keep buying and giving away and then
buying again for the next time I give it away.
I liked this book because it had Good and Evil, and that
was even worse.
This book is just like all the other ones, really.