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Old 01-22-2013, 08:16 AM   #96
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Originally Posted by caleb72 View Post
Not arguing with you about Could Atlas. I brought in WorldCat because you put it forward as a very authoritative source and the one we should be paying attention to - especially with the statement that it should be considered more authoritative than both Amazon and Wikipedia combined. By this I inferred that it was a good source to perform an initial check of a title's suitability.

On the other hand, even using all your cited, authoritative sources doesn't save Shards of Honor from a purely Science Fiction/War Stories classification, but I'm guessing you know that already. Of course, I don't usually have a problem with hypocrisy per se, because we're all hypocrites - at least to some degree.
I know Shards of Honor is not a true love story. But I figured that given that a number of us don't really care for the true romance type book that I'd try to fond one that had some sort of love in it that might be overall OK with those that don't like romance.
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