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    Here's a nice little list for you. Not sure if they'll really make you think, but entertaining I'm sure. I love reading books before they're made into movies/ tv series

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/ariellecalde...-year?s=mobile
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    I just finished reading The Kite Runner - really enjoyed it, not too difficult to read but certainly makes you think and a good story too. If you google it you find more info on it.

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    Shantaram
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    The book thief

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    never say die by chris obrien its a few years old but i was addicted and it sent me to tears with its rawness.

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    I second The Book Thief, Shantaram, and The Kite Runner.
    All great books in my opinion.

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    A Fine Balance is one of my all time favourites.

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    I actually have the kite runner on my bookshelf have just not got around to reading it...moving it to the top of the list.
    Thanks for the suggestions everyone...off to research!!

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    Swords and crowns and rings by Ruth park.

    The lovely bones

    Anything by joy dettman. Quite confronting at times but a brilliant writer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eco Goddess View Post
    I actually have the kite runner on my bookshelf have just not got around to reading it...moving it to the top of the list.
    Thanks for the suggestions everyone...off to research!!
    Let us know what you pick and if you like it.


 

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