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    What do people do, buy or borrow? I borrow unless it's a book or series I HAVE to own.

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    I'll join in shortly. I'm picking up a few books I bought online over the weekend....I'm book starving atm and only have an audio book on the go that I listen to while I work, Call of a Coward by Marcia Moston

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jensha View Post
    What do people do, buy or borrow? I borrow unless it's a book or series I HAVE to own.
    I do this as well... can you imagine the massive book collection you'd have! Ot would ne awesome!
    Ive just finished all the JD Robb In Death series! Fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jensha View Post
    What do people do, buy or borrow? I borrow unless it's a book or series I HAVE to own.
    I buy. I have a ridiculously large library of books, which I in turn lend out to friends.

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    @crankyoldcow, I read The Husband's Secret a few months ago and really liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crankyoldcow View Post
    I borrow from the library - I order what I want and wait for the books to arrive. Costs me 65 cents per book.

    Three books I ordered in arrived this morning:

    The Husbands Secret - Liane Moriarty
    Twisted - Lynda La Plante
    Top Secret Twenty One - Janet Evanovich
    Me too I order them my local doesn't usually have the ones I'm after or they're always out.

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    I finished the wolf gift tonight bleh it wasn't that great it had a few decent chapters at the start and at the end. The middle was hard to read through. I thought Anne rice was supposed to be the queen of supernatural maybe her writing isn't for me. I've started a new book called Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin

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    Now listening to (audio book) Paul Stanley - Face the Music, my life exposed.
    I've listened to Gene Simmons- Sex, Money, Kiss.....I like Paul Stanley much better

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    I enjoyed elsewhere and finished it in a day 😳 now I've started Darkly Dreaming Dexter (book 1) I'm 66 pages in and it's exactly like the tv show. If I hadn't already watched the show I'd be into it but the show was excellent and don't know if I feel the need to re read it word for word would rather just re-watch it! 😱
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    1. Dead to the World (book 4) by Charlaine Harris
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    I just finished Lost and Found by Brooke Davis and absolutely loved it. Moments so funny that I sniggered out loud and moments to sad and so tender that I cried. Such a human book. If anyone else reads it, I'd love to know what you thought of it.
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    The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion
    Lost and Found by Brooke Davis
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