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Please respond to this poll so I can gain a better understanding of how many people are actively involved in the reading and discussion of this book.

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Results (total votes = 21):
I have a copy & am reading it & plan to add to the discussion 9 / 42.9%  
I have a copy but have yet to begin reading or discussing 2 / 9.5%  
I don't have a copy, but plan to get one and discuss 9 / 42.9%  
I don't have a copy, and don't plan to get one and discuss 1 / 4.8%  

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I have a copy & am reading it & plan to add to the discussion.

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Post Re: Who is reading this book?
I'm working on it. Probably pick one up at the end of the week.


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Post Re: Who is reading this book?
I voted: I have a copy but have yet to begin reading or discussing.

I am reading my copy, but have yet to begin discussing.




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I have my copy and have read through chapter 1. I'm ready to start discussing it.

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Mon Jul 14, 2003 8:57 pm
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Post Re: Who is reading this book?
I read the book, started discussing it, and plan to read it again.


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Post Re: Who is reading this book?
I do not have the book and I will probably not be able to read it and discuss it before the end of the August. Unfortunately, I have all kind of other books piled up that I have planned to read even before I found booktalk. Hopefully, I will catch up with booktalk schedule at some time in the future and will be able to participate in some of the following book discussions.




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Post Re: Who is reading this book?
I read the book awhile back. I just have to go to the library and get a copy to refresh my memory.




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Post Re: Who is reading this book?
I read the book some time ago, and I have started reading again to take part in this discussion.


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Post Re: Who is reading this book?
I have a copy and am into the second chapter, Silly Putty,. I have read all but the last three chapters back in April of this year. Plan on participation.

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I would like to , but it'll take me 1 month to get this book...




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