Then I thought, hey, most libraries in the US have these books. (I have no idea about other countries.) They are readily available for purchase. It would not be hard for people to get their hands on them to read them and talk to me about them. And they are short, so people who would otherwise be interested in this sort of thing could read them without much investment of time or emotion. So I was wondering whether there was interest in that kind of discussion here on my lj after a suitable time for finding and reading them, and I was wondering what a suitable time for finding and reading them might be.
(Brief description for those of you who are unfamiliar: Ruritanian fantasy, if revolution came to Ruritania. No magic that I recall. YA. Very political and somewhat bloody in spots--bloody, not so much gory, if that distinction makes sense.)
I would like to participate in a Westmark online pseudo-book club with you, Mris!
I would like the following approximate amount of time to get and read each book:
My favorite Lloyd Alexander series is
Mris has specific ideas about coordinating her Finnish symphony experiences with appropriate Finnish chocolate experiences.