Three Famous Short Novels
4 journalers for this copy...
Bought to release, got through about 1/2 of the first story. Another "read this, its good for you" that I won't finish. I know someone else will enjoy it.
Journal Entry 2
Palmdale High School, Mrs. Bell's Room in Palmdale, California USA on Monday, May 12, 2003
Released on Monday, May 12, 2003
at Palmdale High School, Mrs. Bell's Room
in Palmdale, California USA.
Thankfully received this as a RABK. It's been placed on the bookcrossing table in Room 818.
It is currently on the Bookcrossing Table in Room 543 (left over from last year). It is one of 53 that is ready for students to pick up and read starting the very first day of school.
I'm taking this off of my classroom crossing zone and will be offering it as a RABCK to a bookcrosser who will pass it off directly to another bookcrosser. I received this book as a RABCK so it's only right that I offer it back up as a RABCK. This book probably isn't made for wild releases. It's falling apart a little now. I've done the best I could to tape it up. It now needs readers who will be extra nice.
Journal Entry 5
USPS in ~~~ ♥ ~~~ A Friend ~~~ ♥ ~~~, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- USA on Monday, February 16, 2004
Released on Friday, April 9, 2004
at post office
in fellow bookcrosser, postal release USA.
In hopes that this very loved book (ie: falling apart a bit) will stay in the hands of caring bookcrossers, I'm mailing it off to Caligula03. I promised it to her quite some time ago, but am just getting around to sending it off now.
The book has arrived safe and sound. I had completely forgotten about it. I will read it and release it to another bookcrosser as soon as I can.
Still TBR but promissed to gypsyrose02.
I know he's a beloved American author but he just isn't my cup of tea. The first story seemed to be a poor copy of any of the stories contained within Old Man Curry by Charles Van Loan. The second story might have been a vague influence on the Coen brother's Oh Brother Where Art Thou in the choice of setting but the Odyssey wins as the better story. I didn't bother with the third story.
The book is on the verge of collapse. I wll do my best to better secure the weakest spots but I don't think this book has many more readings in it.
Journal Entry 9
at on Wednesday, December 28, 2005
Released 15 yrs ago (1/16/2006 UTC) at
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Mailing to gypsyrose02.
thankyou so much caligula! has arrived safely.