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    Posted: November/14/2005 at 1:15pm
Originally posted by WhiteWolf WhiteWolf wrote:

You must be one sought-after girl, stormy. A Koontz fan, and a Mustang owner? My first car was an '86 LS 6Cyl, not the most powerful, but a lot of fun.

I'm nearing the end of BRAIN CHILD, and it's very good.


Having fun is what it's all about, isn't it? I got my car for my 17th b-day and I love it. Unfortunately, the other day I noticed that someone must have opened their door into the side of my car. It's partially my fault though, because I'm a horrible parker and I always park too close to the line.
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Few chapters left in Brain Child, and gonna finish tonight.
"It had to be said. The world is perishing from an orgy of self-sacrificing." - Howard Roark
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I'm finished with it and it is a decent read I think. I would rather read koontz on any day and I like mccammon more too.
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You must be one sought-after girl, stormy. A Koontz fan, and a Mustang owner? My first car was an '86 LS 6Cyl, not the most powerful, but a lot of fun.

I'm nearing the end of BRAIN CHILD, and it's very good.
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I'm way behind you guys, but anyway I'm really liking this book so far. I can't wait to see the effects of the brain surgery, I just hope that Alex doesn't wind up killing someone really close to him. Once I started this book I couldn't put it down, and I can already tell that I'll want to read more of Saul's work after this.

I was a little taken aback also when Alex started drinking. Also, I was sad to see the Mustang get all messed up; I love Mustangs and own one myself. Poor car How come they didn't bring in some sort of car repair expert to try and repair the car? I mean, sure, their son is on the brink of the death but, the car was hurt too. Quite mean of them, I think.
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