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    Subbing as I'm going to attempt to claw back some me time for reading next year.
    In my reading pile:
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    A Story Lately Told - Anjelica Huston bio
    The Bone Clocks - David Mitchell
    Big Brother - Lionel Shriver

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    I'll join. It's been ages since I had time to read but I'm determined to get at least an hour a day to myself.
    So I picked up The Histories of Herodotus the other day along with The Fall and Decline of the Roman Empire. I'm pretty excited about them. And Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchet.

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    Currently reading Bad Feminist, which I'm really enjoying. I'm reading it on my phone, I borrowed it from the library. I refuse to buy e-books! I can't believe they cost the same as a physical book!! Ridiculous.
    New releases I buy, because they often take too long to come in at the library. I borrow a lot of non fiction from the library.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat74 View Post
    I buy. I have a ridiculously large library of books, which I in turn lend out to friends.
    Same except no more lendy lendy here!
    I've bought the same book 3 times because someone has borrowed it and never ever returned it. Makes me wild!

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    1. Dead to the World (book 4) by Charlaine Harris
    2. The Wolf Gift by Anne Rice
    3. Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin
    4. Darkly Dreaming Dexter (book 1) by Jeff Lindsay

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    I have been reading the Divergent series. First adult novels i have read since ds was born!
    I just seen the movie and would love to read the series!

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    Now reading... Amy my Daughter by Mitch Winehouse
    And on audio book... God Spelt Backwards by Sylva Kelegain

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    Now onto Pearl In a Cage by Joy Dettman - borrowed from mum, so will see how we go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LysnDan View Post
    I just seen the movie and would love to read the series!
    I haven't seen the movie. Loved the novels. There is a 4th book which i will borrow from a work colleague. I quite enjoyed them.

    Reading The Mortal Instruments - City of Bones by Cassandra Clare. So far so good. Haven't decided whats next i have 2 shelves in my bookcase of books i haven't read!


 

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