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LOL I've heard of the Blind Side but I never knew the author was named Michael Lewis. I'll have to let my brother know (that is his name :blush: )

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Jodi Picoults SAlem Falls. It's good but I sometimes think she tries to have too many sub-stories and characters at the same time.

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Just bought Grave secret by Charlaine Harris, will start reading it later

 

I'm planning on getting that next week as charlaine is signing in Manchester.

I'm currently reading Kim Harrison- A Fistful of Charms

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Just bought Grave secret by Charlaine Harris, will start reading it later

 

I'm planning on getting that next week as charlaine is signing in Manchester.

I'm currently reading Kim Harrison- A Fistful of Charms

 

Really want to go to the signing but am stuck working :D

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I'm currently reading Too close to home by Linwood Barclay. Quite good so far a little bit predicatable but whether or not it'll have a big twist i'll just have to wait and see.

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Just bought Grave secret by Charlaine Harris, will start reading it later

 

I'm planning on getting that next week as charlaine is signing in Manchester.

I'm currently reading Kim Harrison- A Fistful of Charms

 

Really want to go to the signing but am stuck working :P

 

 

awwww that's a real shame. can you not get out of work at all?

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I've got two on the go at the moment - A Dying Light In Cordoba by Lindsey Davis (good whodunnit and very, very funny), and The Canterbury Tales.

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Finished The Picture of Dorian Gray now :headscratch: Just started Sylvia Plath - The Bell Jar. Won't have too much free time to read it though, since I have a mountain of reading to do for Uni over the next week :D

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Just bought Grave secret by Charlaine Harris, will start reading it later

 

I'm planning on getting that next week as charlaine is signing in Manchester.

I'm currently reading Kim Harrison- A Fistful of Charms

 

Really want to go to the signing but am stuck working ;)

 

awwww that's a real shame. can you not get out of work at all?

 

Work in a hospital, can't swap my shift :D

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That really sucks. was gonna write that's really sookie but thought it was a bit of a bad pun :)

I'm now reading Kim Harrison- For a Few Demons More.

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I have recently finished Blood Promise (Vampire Academy 4) and I am now reading Dead To The World (True Blood 4). It's a good book series.

 

So is Vampire Acedmy. :firedevil:

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Im reading the Percy Jackson series. Incredibly easy reading but its nice and light for train journeys. really enjoying them too.

 

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I saw the Percy Jackson movie at the weekend with my little brother. I had promised him I'd take him to see it when I was back from Uni so I told him that we might as well go, but I secretly really wanted to see it myself :firedevil: I don't know whether to get the books - I assume they are for kids but I really want to read them!

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I'm Going Back to the Classics recently I've realised

So Emma by Jane Austen, Dracula because you can't beat the hero of Vampirism and Frankenstein, which is just amazing (:

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Finished Too Close to Home (Linwood Barclay) quite good, a little slow to start but gets better and more addictive as you read on. I'm looking at reading The dancers at the end of time by Michael Moorcock. I've had the book ages but keep putting off reading it so i'm going to give it a go.

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I'm Going Back to the Classics recently I've realised

So Emma by Jane Austen, Dracula because you can't beat the hero of Vampirism and Frankenstein, which is just amazing (:

All excellent books :D Emma is fab - I've read it so many times. I read Dracula a long time ago though so I may have to read it again.

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Finished Dead To The World (True Blood 4) last night and I am now reading Dead As A Doornail. (True Blood 5)

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I really like the True Blood books :)

Reading Where Demons Dare by Kim Harrison (either book 5 or six). Have another to read and then i have to start on something else. but i have a huge selection of books to read :)

Might try Sara Paretsky- Hardball

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