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Posted: 28-Mar-2008, 10:34 AM
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QUOTE (gaberlunzie @ 28-Mar-2008, 06:48 AM)
Right now I'm reading "I Listen To The Earth" by Yeremei Aipin; it's a book my brother Richard sent me, it's a book of legends and tales of the Khanty people in Siberia.

The many similarities betwen the life of the Native Siberian people and the Native American people are very interesting, the are living by same set of values and so there are many similarities in their legends.

I seem to remember that Siberians and First People of the Pacific Northwest actually ARE the same people, or related way back, when migration was possible over the ice, or maybe when there was even a narrow land bridge. (I'm on thin ice there smile.gif )
Dogshirt or Shadows would probably know more about it.
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Posted: 28-Mar-2008, 12:51 PM
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Stoirmeil, this is my information, too. Archeologists believe that the "Indians" migrated to North America from Siberia by crossing a land bridge through the Bering Strait to Alaska.

Now that the former Soviet Union doesn't exist any longer a lot more of exploration of this connection is possible and being done.


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Currently wading my way (slowly) through "The Last Cavalier", a "lost" novel from Alexandre Dumas (Three Musketeers, Count of Monte Cristo). I have been reading it for the past 2-3 weeks and am only on page 175, of a 700-page plus novel! I should have brushed up on my 18th/19th century French history before starting!!

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Posted: 17-Apr-2008, 04:00 PM
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I'm reading C++ for Dummies (need to brush up on it)
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Posted: 17-Apr-2008, 08:50 PM
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I am reading "A Breath of Snow and Ashes" the 6th of Diana Gabaldon's series and have thoroughly enjoyed the entire series thus far smile.gif thumbs_up.gif


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Posted: 17-Apr-2008, 09:25 PM
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Almost finish Lord John and the Hand of the Devils (novellas)
and will start the novel Lord John and the brotherhood of the Blade by Diana Gabaldon.


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Posted: 18-Apr-2008, 07:06 PM
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Just started Dana Gabaldon's Outlander series while I wait for Frank Delany's new book to come out in paperback.


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Robert Phoenix!

Really????!!!!!!!!!!! Well very interested in what you think of the Outlander series.

You know there is a whole thread devoted to her books here in the Book Stop, right?

Will be anxious to hear what you think of her writing and the story! Keep us posted!


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I had to get another book for School and so now I got another book called "The Shakepeare Stealer" it's about a boy who's sent to Steal a play from Shakespeares performance, child read though so should be done pretty quickly.
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I had to get another book for School and so now I got another book called "The Shakepeare Stealer" it's about a boy who's sent to Steal a play from Shakespeares performance, child read though so should be done pretty quickly.
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Posted: 22-Apr-2008, 11:57 PM
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Love the Outlander series so far. I've seen the thread in the forum (that's were i heard about the series) and I'm hoping to someday get the ring. Looks like I get to have some reading material to last for a good while. Unfortunatly I'm so into the book that I seem to be developing a Scottish accent. I just have to keep reading untill our ren faire so I don't lose it.

Shakespeare one sounds good too. I love Shakespeare. Already performed in Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night for the local theatre. Great fun!
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People of the Weeping Eye by Kathleen O'Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear, the latest volume in the First North Americans series.

If your interested in the first people in North America and have not read any of the books, I suggest you start with "People of the Wolf" the first in the series.

Still on the desk waiting to be read, a the first book in a new series from Tom Clancey and "Blood in the Ashes" the fourth book in the William Johnston "Ashes" series.

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