Have You Read the Dresden Files?

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    Melissa Bleier

    A quick yes or no!

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    Seth Skorkowsky

    Yes, but only the first two.

  • #766

    Lane Robins

    All but the last one.

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    I love the UF Magazine book club and I can’t wait to read Hounded. I had another book to finish, but now I’m free to meet Atticus O’Sullivan.

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    Melissa Bleier

    Brett! Hooray!! Thanks for being a member!
    So what do you think so far? Come let us know where you would hide from the Gods! 😀

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