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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&Smooches View Post
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    I have been reading the Divergent series. First adult novels i have read since ds was born!
    I watched the movie and now have the first in series in my to be read pile! I've heard the books are fantastic.

    Same with beautiful creatures, the hunger games, city of bones. I've seen the movies but want to read the series.

    What's everyone's favourite book genres?

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    YA and Adult supernatural/paranormal, dystopian, contemporary, Sci Fi, horror, romance, murder mystery.

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    DH gave me Gallipoli by Peter Fitzsimmons for Christmas.

    I'm a little bit daunted by it. I use to read books like this in a couple of weeks, but since DD I don't have time to read more than a page or two a day. It could take me years to read this book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    DH gave me Gallipoli by Peter Fitzsimmons for Christmas.

    I'm a little bit daunted by it. I use to read books like this in a couple of weeks, but since DD I don't have time to read more than a page or two a day. It could take me years to read this book.
    I'd be really keen to read this book too. Let me know how you go! Although I'm currently reading The Narrow Road to the Deep North and found the descriptions of illness and beatings of POWs by guards quite disturbing. Not sure if I need another book about war just yet but in a few months time maybe.

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    Currently reading Sex Drive: in pursuit of female desire. I (vaguely) know the author so I was interested... But I left it out on my bedside table today and the cleaner has been feeling highly embarrassed and like I need to 'splain myself!!

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    I opened a library book last night to begin reading and saw this ^_^

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    Default Books of 2015

    I finished I'll give you the sun yesterday and really enjoyed it!

    December 2014
    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
    5. Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White
    6. I'll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson

    January 2015

    Currently reading:
    Paranormalcy by Kiersten White

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jensha View Post
    I opened a library book last night to begin reading and saw this ^_^

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    How awesome to find that in a library book... Can I ask which book it was? How intriguing!

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    I know I was quite happily shocked to see it. It's quite a cute idea! It's called Paranormalcy by Kiersten White.

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    Oh decisions decisions! Shall I kick my year off with:
    The Miniaturist
    The Paying Guests or
    Burial Rites

    ???

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    Kicking off 2015 with a new book:
    Husband and Wife by Leah Stewart

    December 2014
    1. The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan
    2. The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan


 

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