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Old 11-07-07, 08:27 PM   #1
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The Liars Club



I am reading this book now for class, just wondering what other peoples thoughts on it are.
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I am reading this book now for class, just wondering what other peoples thoughts on it are.
I don't believe you are actually reading the book. I don't believe it's even assigned for your class. I hacked your school's web site and found that you are lying. Ha!
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Old 11-07-07, 09:23 PM   #3
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There's a star in the book of liars by your name.
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Whew, I thought this was a book by Clinton
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I'm not particularly fond of that cover art. Are the publishers unsure that the book can sell by its own merit, without plastering awards and recognition on the cover? Still, I like the font quite a bit, so much so that I'd be interested to know what it's called so I can use it in the future for fliers and what not. Red and black has always been a favorite color scheme of mine, also one of the first French novels I struggled through, so I can't find any fault with that. Because of all this, it is unlikely I'll ever read it.

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Old 11-08-07, 08:24 AM   #6
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I remember a game show when I was a kid called the Liar's Club.
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... Are the publishers unsure that the book can sell by its own merit, without plastering awards and recognition on the cover? ...
With a title like that, can we be sure those are legitimate awards?
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Why does a liar need a club anyway? If you call her a liar, does she hit you with it? I think it should be called "The Liar's Pony" based on the cover art.
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