Friday, June 10, 2005

Reader Response

My regular readership has jumped from two people to five. Oh, yes!

One of my readers wrote me today about yesterday's post regarding Never Let Me Go. She brought up the very interesting point that House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer also deals with clones who exist to provide others with spare parts. I was so fixated yesterday on Never Let Me Go boarding school aspects that I totally forgot that it is also a dystopian novel and, of course, will have similarities to other dystopian novels. The House of the Scorpion--also a good book, by the way.

I will have another reader response in my next post. And I haven't forgotten my promise to provide a summer reading list. So much to do, so little time in which to do it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Later my friends told me that if I want to play the game better I should go to earn the kal geons, so I was very quickly risen to thirty levels, and then I started to play the game alone.I spend a lot of kal gold to treat myself in this game. However she was also very sad when I was hurt, she was sorry about this to me and I did not complain her at last. I was very happy and we went to earn the kal online geons to equip us to become strong. Today I play the game again and I can get a lot of kal online gold for her, I take her to upgrade and then add her experience. I have a lot of kalonline Geons and I want to give her in the game.

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