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I am going to list a ultb book and you try to find it and who owns it.
The book is "Concern Ursidae Embraces and Light Contacts"
But, wait if I just gave you the title you could look that up instantly. So I have used www.dictionary.com to find synonyms for the actual words in the title. (There is not a one to one word relationship.) The book has been tag ultb and is owned by a member of the group. The person who figures it out, posts the next book in the game thread.
I'll give you one more hint. (Not because you'll need it but because I want to encourage you to look at each other profiles.) The book owner's favorite Library is in the city of Lowell.
Oh an if your the books owner...well maybe wait a while and let someone guess it first...
and the book is
Care Bear; Wish Bear's Promise
The owner describes (his?) library using the words 'aspirational' and 'eclectic'.
The owner says she(?) is happy that she can't remember her early childhood, and says she's, well, orderly about her physical books.
the owner of this book lives in a town that is also a state.
trollsdotter The Ghost of my Pussycat's Bottom
now it is your turn to torment the rest of us.
In the library of a user whose city and name match outside of Ahassee and Ydi.
A bend is a kind of decorative knot.
A Crescent is a phase of the _______.
Bow is a bend
Crescent is a phase of the Moon....
"When are we again? Oh, _then_! And look - there's a list, in time order, just the way it should be."
The owner does seem to like his/her tea.
And the word itself doesn't have special significance.
I wouldn't want to mislead anyone...
If the initial question was "Where are we" it would be about our location in space. But the question is "When are we". So it's about our location in....
Also, this book has been reviewed by its one owner. From that, one can determine that the number 150 is significant in regards to the book (but you would not know that from the title or author.)
We're deep thinkers who don't want to respond too quickly.
Misericordia, you have it. I believe that, by your own rules, you should name the library but you clearly know who it is. My comment on tea wasn't based on groups (I didn't even know there was a tea group) but on the member's profile page.
Anyway, back to you for the next puzzle.
"The dogs of the wicker container sphere"