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1. City of Light, Lauren Belfer
2. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, J.K. Rowling
3. Hannibal, Thomas Harris
4. The Pilot's Wife, Anita Shreve
5. The Other Daughter, Lisa Gardner
6. The Other Side and Back, Sylvia Brown
7. Black Notice, Patricia Cornwell
8. Tell Me Your Dreams, Sidney Sheldon
9. Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing, Melissa Banks
10. Bag of Bones, Stephen King
(SOURCE: Barnes & Noble, local sales)


1. Significant Other, Limp Bizkit
2. Millennium, Backstreet Boys
3. Astro Lounge, Smash Mouth
4. Mirrorball, Sarah McLachlan
5. Californication, Red Hot Chili Peppers
6. Ricky Martin, Ricky Martin
7. Enema of the State, Blink-182
8. Devil With a Cause, Kid Rock
9. Baby One More Time, Britney Spears
10. "Tarzan" Soundtrack
(SOURCE: Media Play)


1. Fly
2. Dark Storm
3. Need for Speed: High Stakes
4. Dungeon Keeper II
5. Kingpin
6. Rollercoaster Tycoon
7. Total Annihilation Kingdoms
8. Baldur's Gate
9. Aliens vs. Predators
10. Sim City 3000
(SOURCE: Media Play)


1. There's Something About Mary
2. Baby Geniuses
3. Pokemon Seaside Pikachu
4. Pokemon Psi Surprise
5. Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery
6. Blade
7. Rush Hour
8. Babe: Pig in the City
9. The King and I (animated)
10. South Park Vol. 8
(SOURCE: Blockbuster Video, local sales)


1. Cruel Intentions
2. Payback
3. Message in a Bottle
4. 8mm
5. A Civil Action
6. Blast From the Past
7. October Sky
8. Enemy of the State
9. Baby Geniuses
10. Patch Adams
(SOURCE: Blockbuster Video, local sales)


Semptember's Book:
"Timbuktu" by Paul Auster
"An affecting novel that confirms what many of us already know: Our 'pets' are life partners on what is often a painful journey. The canine hero, Mr. Bones, shows those willing to pay attention how to live a life of grace and humanity in the midst of social chaos and despair. Read it, rejoice and weep."

-- Lucy Kogler, Talking Leaves

September's CD-ROM:
"Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun"

"This series has always been popular. And this one has all new worlds to conquer, new vehicles and new command structures. You feel like you're in total control."
-- Nate Slish, Media Play

September's CD:
"Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night"

by Stereolab

"French pop. It has a very European, modern feel to it. It's experimental and harkens back to film soundtrack music from the '60s."

-- Mark Norris, New World Record

September's Video Rental:
"The Other Sister"

"Diane Keaton stars in this romantic comedy of an overprotective mother who must deal with the real challenges of her mentally challenged daughters. It's a triumph of love."

-- Bill Prenevau, Blockbuster Video

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