Troublette

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  • Springsteen fan since?
    1978
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  1. Troublette

    Whatcha reading?

    Yes, I liked the 50s section better than the war section but the latter wouldn't work without knowing what happened during the war although the actual transcriptions are boring!
  2. It'll definitely stay in The Circuit now!
  3. I haven't watched the film but the book it's based on is quite good.
  4. Troublette

    A Star Is Born

    It's way better than the Barbra Streisand version but the Judy Garland one is still the superior one. That's worth searching for and watching. I've never seen the earlier non-musical version.
  5. It may play a little loose with facts and time frame, but I really enjoyed it and Queen was one of the big acts from my high school days:
  6. Troublette

    Whatcha reading?

    I just finished this. Eileen, let me know what you think when you're done. I won't say anything now!
  7. Troublette

    Whatcha reading?

    I heard about this one last week and got on the hold list. I'm about six months out from getting it unless more copies are ordered!
  8. Troublette

    Whatcha reading?

    The only other title of hers available here is The Little French Bistro. That was released last year. It may be one of the books you list above as they often come out with a different name here! I have If I Forget You checked out but I have The Dark Angel by Elly Griffiths (the latest Ruth Galloway novel) and Atkinson's Transcription due first so I need to read them before I can get to it! I've decided you have similar tastes in fiction books to me so I'm paying attention to what you're reading. I get recommendations from someone I use to work with also. I ordered all the materials for adults in our library for over 25 years so I always knew what was coming out but I haven't had that for a couple of years so I go in spurts finding books now!
  9. Troublette

    Whatcha reading?

    I finished the last Jackson Brodie and read The Little Paris Bookshop which it ends up I've read before but could only remember bits and pieces so I went ahead and read it again. I did just finish Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik, a retelling of Rumpelstiltskin, which was excellent. I enjoyed her Uprooted also, but I think I preferred this one. I have three more checked out from the library so I need to keep reading!
  10. Troublette

    The Greatest Springsteen Cover Song: 1st Defence

    Detroit Melody is fun but Quarter to Three moreso. Trapped is a great cover and has long been my favorite.
  11. Troublette

    The artist formerly known as Sinead

    Hopefully that's true for her. I saw her back about 1990 and she was one of the most riveting performers I've ever seen, and that voice. Just amazing. To see her slip further into trouble has been sad to see.
  12. Panther was gorgeous. I'm so sorry for your loss. I love black cats. My husband brought a ten year old cat up from Casper that loved one of his elderly cousins but no one else. She was found outside. We've had her for four months but we still can't touch her. If we get too close she swats us but at least she doesn't use her claws!
  13. Troublette

    When did you last listen to a studio album?

    This is the last one I listened to also, less than a week ago.
  14. Troublette

    Whatcha reading?

    I hope you enjoy it. I'm reading the last of the Brodie books right now. I picked it up from the library last week.
  15. Troublette

    Whatcha reading?

    The Nina George books are both available on my library's download service so I'll try them.