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Conversation Between The Great Owl and spiderfan1985
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  1. spiderfan1985
    08-02-2017 09:39 PM
    spiderfan1985
    That's a HUGE book and I've only skimmed through parts. I like fantasy and romance. I read well, but a book truly has to catch my eye for me to really get into it and finish it. And once I do get involved in a book like that it is nigh impossible to put down. As a result though I go through phases. I'll watch movies for a while and then slack off. Then I'll read and then that'll slack off. I suppose that's normal though.
  2. The Great Owl
    08-02-2017 06:25 PM
    The Great Owl
    Nice! I'm about to re-read Stephen King's IT, so that I can get ready for the movie.
  3. spiderfan1985
    08-02-2017 03:21 PM
    spiderfan1985
    So you enjoyed Ready Player One? The book. I got it at home now and will read it sometime soon. After I finish the current Nora Roberts trilogy I'm on called The Cousins O'Dwyer Trilogy. Yeah, I don't normally look for romance novels like that, but I saw these and was like Witches fighting a dark sorcerer in Ireland? I'm in.
  4. spiderfan1985
    04-05-2016 06:15 PM
    spiderfan1985
    I cannot afford 4K right now, but really 1080p is wonderful. I don't see any deficits. Maybe in a few more years. I cannot wait to watch mine as well. I'm off for a couple of days, but I'm waiting for just the right moment. It's a great film and I want to savor it.
  5. The Great Owl
    04-05-2016 06:09 PM
    The Great Owl
    Oh yeah. That standard Blu-ray is a thing of beauty. Slipcover aside, I like the artwork on the sleeve more than anything. I'm looking forward to checking it out on my 4K television when I get home this evening.
  6. spiderfan1985
    04-05-2016 06:07 PM
    spiderfan1985
    You picked up TFA today I see. I got all four versions because I am a collector when it comes to films this big and awesome. The BB-8 slip is wonderful. The standard is beautiful and beautifully simple. I love the embossing on the title and the art within the letters. The Target version has nice images, but the disc setup is a bot on the bothersome side. It reminds me none too fondly of the Indy set and that set made me so afraid I would damage the discs trying to get them out.

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