'Fraid not, I'm not hugging anyone at the moment. :elfbiggrin:
Next has never even heard of Lloyd Alexander's Prydain Chronicles. I have the five volume set, my favorite charachter is Fflewddur Fflam who fancied himself a bard and who had trouble keeping himself in harp-strings, for one was sure to break anytime he embelished his first person stories with a falsehood.
Not, me. I'm actually tired right now, but I can't understand why. :sleeping:
Next is in tenth grade.
I'm actually building a small library of my own,
Same here. :read: :snowman:
I have the five volume set,
Do you know there is a sixth book, called the Foundling? It's kinda like a prelude, tells the stories of Flewdurr, and of Dalbain, among others. The Prydain Chronicles would make awesome movies if done right and faithfully.
Congrats on your 200 Ninerl :pary: Yes I have done a few more :)
Me too. :elfbiggrin:
I used to like the James 007 Bond movies, until they came out with the first Casino Royale, which was a 1967 star-filled spoof where the title and a few character names were the only things similar to Ian Fleming's book. I think the last of the movies I've seen was the one with the lady cello player. I'll probably watch this new one, if I hear reviews that it conforms more to Fleming's plot.
Next has read all of Patrick O'Brian's 'Aubrey/Maturin' sea series. I haven't read any as of yet, but own all the 'Horatio Hornblower' books and have read them at least twice.