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September 29, 2008

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I'm rereading The Garden of Iden for Saturday's bookgroup and I'd forgotten there's a Christmas dance where they do branles along with other dances.

When/where is the book set? I'm not familiar with it.

Well, it's a time travel book, but they spend most of their time during Queen Mary's reign in Britain. This is the first of Kage Baker's The Company books and not the best. However, the library group insists on reading the first book of series. When I put my review up, we had a lot of disagreement.

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