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My web site is at http://www.feline.org. I'm 28 and live in Washington, DC, where I work for an Internet startup. I'm a writer, an avid reader, and I adore all animals, but especially cats.
 

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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Book 2) von J.K. Rowling
J.K. Rowling has hit upon a tried and true formula and she uses it here to perfection.
The second in Rowling's series about the young orphaned wizard, Harry Potter, starts off similarly to "...Sorcerer's Stone..." the first book. During the summer break between his first and second year at Hogwarts, Potter is subjected to and the brunt of more indignities by the Dursley family, his Muggle-born aunt and uncle and their annoying young child.
As in the first novel, Harry is rescued after a fashion from life in the mundane world and spends his school year at Hogwarts, tracking down the heir of Slytherin who is turning an alarming number of Hogwarts' students to… Mehr dazu
Jonathan Livingston Seagull. von Richard Bach
Jonathan Livingston Seagull. von Richard Bach
5.0 von 5 Sternen Lessons on Flight And Life, 28. April 2000
Jonathan Livingston Seagull is a very brief, easily readable tale about a young seagull who is always stretching beyond his limits. Never satisfied with being "average", Jonathan wants to fly faster, wilder and better than any other seagull. Over the course of this short story Jonathan is enlightened about his own existence and teaches other gulls like him.
This beautiful, heart-rending story is a page turner and a quick read. It is also well worth the time spent reading it and is a good story to keep nearby for reading again and again. I found that this book changed my perspective greatly. It's a very uplifting and heartening work.
It's also interesting to note… Mehr dazu
Women von Annie Leibovitz
Women von Annie Leibovitz
5.0 von 5 Sternen Breathtaking, 13. Februar 2000
Annie Leibovitz has created a compelling work that showcases women in all of their dimensions, not just in flat pictures of beauty.
Some of the images are haunting; some are disturbing, some are glamorous, some are awe-inspiring. Every one is worthwhile, even the ones that are harsh.
Overall, this is an excellent portrayal of women and I highly recommend it.