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Friday, March 2nd, 2012 03:17 pm
Time for another business trip poll, since as [profile] ninebelow points out they have become more or less traditional. This time the trip is to Seattle, and I have three days of work followed by two and a half days of holiday (so recommendations for things to do are also welcome). There's one definite book which I haven't bothered putting in the poll, which is Independent People by Halldor Laxness, since I promised Vicky I would read it by Easter. Other than that the field is wide open...

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What should I take to Seattle to read?

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Pure by Juliana Baggott
0 (0.0%)

The Drowned World by JG Ballard
2 (16.7%)

Dark Eden by Chris Beckett
2 (16.7%)

The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender
2 (16.7%)

Arctic Rising by Tobias Buckell
4 (33.3%)

Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore
3 (25.0%)

The Clockwork Rocket by Greg Egan
2 (16.7%)

Cold Magic by Kate Elliott
6 (50.0%)

The Fallen Blade by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
3 (25.0%)

Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
0 (0.0%)

Heat by Arthur Herzog
0 (0.0%)

Dead Water by Simon Ings
2 (16.7%)

The Fat Years by Chan Koonchung
4 (33.3%)

Cyber Circus by Kim Lakin-Smith
1 (8.3%)

The Alchemist of Souls by Anne Lyle
1 (8.3%)

Wake Up and Dream by Ian R MacLeod
3 (25.0%)

The Islanders by Christopher Priest
5 (41.7%)

The Godless boys by Naomi Wood
2 (16.7%)

Something else I know you have lying around
0 (0.0%)

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