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On the aside I've read pretty much all the Anne Rice novels, especially the Vampire series. I've also read her novels about the witch family. Good stuff. She wrote one about Ramses that was also good and Cry to Heaven about the castrati that was excellent. I guess you could call them soft porn.

That's just fine, but if you called me up and planned on spending 40 minutes telling me the plot I'd either hang up or I'd be doing something else and just say "uh huh" ever five minutes or so. But I'm literally TRAPPED in the office with her (she's the records clerk, so I'm technically her superior when our boss isn't in the room but she's been in records for 20 years so she knows a hell of a lot more about it than I do!)

Everyone has their own thing, I'm cool with that. I mean, one of the last books I read was "Freedmen, the Fourteenth Amendment and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms" by Stephen Holbrook. Read it cover-to-cover, couldn't put it down. It would make most people's eyes glaze over (just the title!) But that's what I read for fun.
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