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Have you forgotten the name of a book you once read? This group is here to help you find it again! Please start your book search by reading the …
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https://wiki.librarything.com/index.php/Groups:Folio_Society_Devotees Welcome to Folio Society Devotees, a Library Thing forum for those who are …
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Tolkien, Fantasy, SciFi, mythology - any and all books of wonder! Virtual ale & warm lively chat - join us in LibraryThing's best pub! This group …
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Catch-all for book-related conversations. There may be a more specific group for your post: Can't remember the title of a book? Name that Book is the …
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A group for those interested and involved in entering the personal libraries of famous readers into LibraryThing as Legacy Libraries. For discussions …
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For fans of SF, Sci-Fi, Scifi and any other abbreviation you can think of!
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Note that this is a discussion group. To actually sign up for Early Reviewers make sure to fill out the sign-up page. The list of available books -- …
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For all of you who enjoy a good thriller, a mystery story, bloody or not :o) To share opinions and get to know new authors! I'm thinking James …
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Whether it's literary fiction, fantasy, crime fiction, history, chick lit, a current bestseller or whatever, please dish about what you're reading …
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The primary focus of the group is Peter Boxall's 1001 Books You Must Read Read Before You Die. For anyone trying to complete the set, or just for …
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For those that love to delve into the past and get lost in a saga about a past era.
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Welcome one and all! What is 50 Book Challenge? 50 Book Challenge is a way to track and share the books you read throughout the year. Some people also …
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We are discussing historical, contemporary, paranormal, fantasy, chick lit,... romance novels and everything else that takes our fancy. Please note: …
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This group is for readers who, for whatever reason, endeavor to explore the world through great fiction. We don't exclude nonfiction discussion …
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There's a time and a place for badly-written populist mind-candy. This is neither. It is, however, the place to appreciate good writing - both past …
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Cookbook collectors
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For fans of Fantasy fiction, of any type
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Devoted to those who enjoy reading non-fiction, even when they don't have to.
Group for talking about ancient history, particularly Greek and Roman, but also including that of other ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern …
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This group is for readers of young adult (YA) literature of all ages! Whether you love YA because you're a young adult yourself, or you just adore …
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This is a group where we highlight one author a month with each month's author decided by group members' suggestions. During that month, you can read …
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Do you review books on LT or elsewhere? This is a list on the what, how and why of reviewing.
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A group for all of us who enjoy the wonderful Virago books. The picture shows the cover of "Frost in May", Virago's first book. Virago Modern Classics …
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If you're a fan of Terry Pratchett, then this is the group for you! Whether you're young or old, pull up a chair, hand over a banana to the Librarian …
This group is for discussions of, well, book care and repair! If you have questions about how to care for your books, ask here, and if you can answer …
For those of us who like reading and discussing the classics.
Readers of conservative "classics" like The Road to Serfdom, Free to Choose, Witness, etc., or conservative "contemporaries" such as Slander, Shut Up …
A group "constructed" to gather the best in methods, materials, diagrams, plans, and designs for the literary lover in storing this precious …
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For anyone interested in Tolkien books to discuss, enjoy and even debate perennial questions like 'Did elves have wings?', 'Did Tom Bombadil have …
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A great biography or memoir can be just as enthralling as any great work of fiction, so please tell your favorites and let's share the wealth.
Pulitzer, Booker, Nobel, Orange, PEN-Faulkner, Booker International, Whitbread, Hugo, Edgar, Nebula, etc. A place to discuss the merits and failures …
A Shakespeare group.
For those who create as well as consume. A group to share thoughts and books from a writer's perspective.
For people who make an effort to read books by and/or about women. Whether it's sci-fi, social sciences or literature, we support female writers and …
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For fans of Nero Wolfe and his wisecracking sidekick Archie - an alternative meeting place to the old brownstone on West 35th Street. Orchid and crime …
From 100 Bullets and Akira via DC and Judge Dredd, to Marvel through the Phantom and Tintin to Zot and all other things with pictures and words.
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For fans of British & Irish crime fiction in all its many guises - Ian Rankin, Lindsey Davis, P.D. James, Dorothy L. Sayers, Georgette Heyer, Sir …
Blessèd be thine hands, for they are unclean! At every joint lie secret sins unseen, Their white nails beneath the lamp Evoke hosts stolen beneath …
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The purpose of this group is to of course to share and discuss African/African American literature--both historical and contemporary books. All are …
Picture books are a child's first view of the world of reading. They include artwork by some of the best illustrators in the world, transporting the …
Welcome to the Japanese literature group! The group is currently very small and quiet but we always welcome new members and would love the opportunity …
There are simply some times when you can't use your hands to turn pages. When you get tired of trying to drive, knit, and cook while turning pages …
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A place for you to share your latest book purchases, even when they're breaking the bank.
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Hey, why not. For those of us who enjoy Laurel K Hamilton, Catherine Asaro, Mercedes Lackey and others of that ilk The image is from Stephanie Pui-Mun …
Feminist fans of science fiction/fantasy/utopias/magic realism & all related genres ... SF is used in the broadest sense of the word: see the FSFwiki …
A group for fans of imprints of the New York Review Books. The neglected classics that are being rediscovered and republished, both the Classics and …
Spot any good books lately? Post about the books you see others reading, or books you notice being used as props in movies, or books just found …
Reading about all the former presidents will show what has lead up to the historical events that are being made in 2009. My sister and I are both …
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A group for those cursed with collector manias of all kinds. Welcome to folks who just have to buy every scrap written by obscure symbolist poets, …
A group for fans of Russian literature to discuss their favorite Russian works and authors. Recommend your favorites. Not necessary to have read them …
For those who don't mind finding a body in the library as long as the blood doesn't get on the carpet...
For those who dig Arthurian texts and novels. Discuss King Arthur, Camelot, the Knights, Avalon, etc.
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For anyone interested in ancient and medieval manuscripts, the history of books and related subjects. Topics of interest include the Dead Sea scrolls, …
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For people who love cookbooks-whether you use them or not!
I want to see how old fiction bestsellers have stood the test of time in the past 60 years or so. I will enter the ten bestsellers from a selected …
Welcome to the Hogwarts Express, where Harry Potter fans of all ages gather to discuss the series and, well, just about anything else! If you're …
A group for anyone who loves her books or the movies and TV specials based on them.
We had a great year in 2009, and now we want to do it again in 2010! Anyone can join. Just start a thread and begin listing the books you have read in …
A group for all lovers of Persephone books, "reprints [of] forgotten classics by twentieth-century (mostly women) writers. Each one in our collection …
a group for fans of the work of Stephen King. Discuss his work or study references in his work to his magnum opus "The Dark Tower"-series
Just a time-waster game to list five books suggested by a keyword posted by members. If you like it here why not take a look at the BOOK NUDGERS …
Are you a fool for poetry? It is an art and a craft, and it requires a daring foolishness to write and appreciate. You've got good company!
Welcome one and all! The Challenge: Read a book from every Dewey Decimal category. This sounds like fun! How do I start? There's a list of the …
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A group for people who love short stories of any style, period or genre.
A group for those with an interest in medieval history, art, music, literature, philosophy, theology, language, warfare - in short, any aspect of …
For BookMooch members: a purely informal group on using BookMooch, or meeting up with LTers who Mooch books, and Moochers who LibraryThing. (Image …
For those who enjoy the work of C.S. Lewis.
For those interested in books on books (books about books), history of the book, book culture, acquisition/ownership of books, the book as object, and …
Group for discussion of books on World War II. All facets of the conflict are fair game. The causes of the war, military strategy, social history, the …
Dedicated to books written by, or written about, or influenced by, the writing circle known as the Inklings-- CS Lewis, JRR Tolkein, GK Chesterton, …
This group is for Anthony Trollope fans to discuss their favorite books, their favorite and un-favorite characters, and their views on his style, his …
A group to discuss banned or challenged books and related topics such as censorship, intellectual freedom, privacy issues within publishing, etc. …
For children's fiction readers of all ages. Talk about what you like and what you hate.
For bookbinders, papermakers, typographers, book designers, book artists, and anyone who loves the art of making a book. Related Links: The Book Arts …
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. People! We need more conversation here!!! Anyone new to this group, or a new poster who is an old member, please …
For folks who like to trawl used bookstores, Goodwill and Salvation Army and other thrift stores, yard sales, library sales, and online sources such …
For devotees of the horror genre and all things from the dark side of literature. Vampires and werewolves and demons... Oh My!
A group for those who read and collect books about and from the Victorian era, everything from the multi-volume diaries of Gladstone to Anne Perry …
For readers of books set in Asia, or Asian Related, Asian writers, Asian American writers, Asian Culture. Contemporary and Historical Fiction, Travel, …
For those believe the literature of the American South is worthy of deep discussion, and also for any who are interested in spending some time with …
For those of us interested in maps, atlases, and books about cartography.
Just viewed the promotional video for Amazon's new eReader. I have to admit I'd be tempted at a lower price. Has anyone actually seen one? Do you …
Have you ever wanted to write a novel? Join with thousands on November 1st, 2008 and the goal is to write a 175-page (50,000-word) novel by midnight, …
A group for devotees of Jane Austen and her wonderful works.
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Discussion group about novels in which the world goes horribly wrong. I mean, even worse than it is.
When you think about it, they form the core of your collection.
For readers of Doctor Who related fiction
Aunts, cow creamers, Drones, policemen's helmets, prize pigs, and whatsits.
For lovers of the original Sherlock Holmes stories, the various modern pastiches including Laurie King's Mary Russell series, and any offshoots …
If you prefer your mysteries to transport you to another time and culture, here's the group for you! We're here to discuss mysteries set in any period …
A Group to bring people together through their unique books(media). A fun group to brag, not gloat, about having a book no one else on Library Thing …
A group devoted to the work edited by Emma Beare and cited here: http://www.librarything.com/work/1888246 Here is a link to the list of 501 must-read …
This is a group for anyone interested in discussing the great 19th century English novelist, works by Dickens, biographies about him or people in his …
A group for fans of Jim's work to talk about him and his collected works. Including his series the Dresden Files starring Harry Dresden, and Codex …
Travel literature, Outdoor literature, Nature literature, Exploration accounts .. this is a group for discussing far off places and exotic faces.
A place to discuss your favorite children's book.
For the fan of noir and hardboiled mysteries, in book and film: whether you love Hammett, Chandler, Ross MacDonald and the pulp fiction they sprang …
A group for readers who enjoy British history set during the 18th and 19th centuries, particularly the Georgian and Regency eras.
Created as an offshoot of Le Salon Litteraire du Peuple pour le Peuple, this group's current raison d'être is the discussion of all things related …
The cast of characters is so fascinating and the books so entertaining, I feel there is no need to read historical fiction in this genre! I got …
Book and general discussion about air combat, from Eindeckers to Raptors, Zeppelins to Spirits; fiction and non-fiction.
All-sin-sheltering grove.
A group for those who read (or were read) the original fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Anderson, and many more. A place to discuss …
For those who like to read books that 'talk' about books. I'm thinking about The Shadow of the Wind, The Eyre Affair, The Rule of Four, The Judas …
for readers and writers of Urban Fantasy
This is a simple idea aimed at encouraging people to read and/or review books from their own shelves whilst adding a spicy random factor to their …
A group for BookCrossers / BookCrossing.
In his group at LibraryThing dead Cthulhu waits dreaming. For fans of the works of H.P. Lovecraft, his circle, and others who've come after and …
Group for people who like books that are funny, fiction or non-fiction.
History is not only a discipline to be carried out in formal academic circles. It is a discipline widely relevant to every day life and interesting to …
A group devoted to the life and works of [[E. F. Benson]] and others who have written [Mapp and Lucia] books.
For those who are interested in the history and culture of Elizabethan England.
For fans of Margaret Atwood's novels, short fiction, essays...and all other things Atwoodian. Share your thoughts. NOTE: This group was started in the …
A group for people who like reading Norse mythology, history, fiction, whatever!
For all those in that peculiar and often endless limbo known as graduate or professional school.
this group is for anyone involved in book discussions. If you are looking for discussion guides, make your needs known here.