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Bag Lady wrote: 15 Jun 2017, 23:06Page 1177.
Great page number!
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elvisintheclouds wrote: 16 Jun 2017, 13:16
Bag Lady wrote: 15 Jun 2017, 23:06Page 1177.
Great page number!
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Bag Lady wrote: 16 Jun 2017, 23:43Page 1222.
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Too hot for anything but reading today.

Page 1325: Epilogue Part II Chapter 3.

Not sure anyone cares any more so might not bother to finish reading the last 33 pages. No one has OCD that will be affected by that decision I hope?
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Bag Lady wrote: 17 Jun 2017, 21:21 Not sure anyone cares any more so might not bother to finish reading the last 33 pages.
Well I believe I speak for us all in that you have gotten this far and it would a shame not to finish. Besides it's another scorcher tomorrow.

I meant to ask some while ago, but have you been using a bookmark or going commando (figuratively speaking of course)?
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airflamesred wrote: 17 Jun 2017, 22:29
I meant to ask some while ago, but have you been using a bookmark or going commando (figuratively speaking of course)?
Thank you for asking. I have been utilising two bookmarks through this read. One to mark my reading page and the second to mark the list of characters and map section for easy reference. The first is a Barbican music library bookmark produced for the Chunk of Punk exhibition last year. The second is from the children's section of the local library depicting Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans.

I trust that suitably sets the scene.
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Bag Lady wrote: 17 Jun 2017, 23:35
airflamesred wrote: 17 Jun 2017, 22:29
I meant to ask some while ago, but have you been using a bookmark or going commando (figuratively speaking of course)?
Thank you for asking. I have been utilising two bookmarks through this read. One to mark my reading page and the second to mark the list of characters and map section for easy reference. The first is a Barbican music library bookmark produced for the Chunk of Punk exhibition last year. The second is from the children's section of the local library depicting Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans.

I trust that suitably sets the scene.
That is an admirable approach, Kensington and Chelsea Council might learn something from your diligence shown throughout this thread.
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