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    Quote Originally Posted by Jensha View Post
    I really recommend landline for anyone who enjoys movies (as I havnt read the books) like p.s I love you, time travellers wife, the note book etc it's fantastic so far I'm half way through

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    Just added it to my reading list. 😊

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    This year so far I've read:
    Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
    Nowhere to go by Casey Watson
    The girl without a voice by Casey Watson

    About to read
    Trafficked by Sophie Hayes



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    Subbing.
    Determined to make time to read this year, regularly!
    Think I'm going to re-read the bell jar, because I have it laying around, haven't read it in years, and love Sylvia Plath.

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    At the moment iBooks on iPhone have free first in series iBooks! I've gotten a few I usually just read real books but couldn't pass on some free books lol.

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    Just added it to my reading list. 😊
    Hope you like it! If you do I have a few other titles you might be interested in too.

    Did anyone want to add me on good reads I'm not sure how?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jensha View Post
    Hope you like it! If you do I have a few other titles you might be interested in too.

    Did anyone want to add me on good reads I'm not sure how?!
    I am happy to add you on Good Reads. Just pm me your name on there and will add you and let you know who to look out for ☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by crankyoldcow View Post
    Impressive for 2 1/2 days.
    Lol, on holidays, heavily pregnant and haven't been feeling great...optimal reading conditions ;-) some of those books were not super long... I also seem to be one of those people who stop all other life while reading good books til they are finished lol....can't say I've achieved anything else in the last 2.5 days ;-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jensha View Post
    I'm half way through the wolf gift and finding that I'm not enjoying this story as much as I did. The character annoys me and some parts of the story have me rolling my eyes but I hate not finishing a book. Has anyone else read this?
    Have you finished this book yet Jensha? Was it worth reading? I love Ann Rice and her style of writing

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    Ok just read back through posts,,,so it's crap, I'll probably still get it though glutton for punishment thats me


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    What a good idea! So far this year (started reading about the 30th)
    Leap of faith - Danielle Steele
    Between the lines - Jodi picoult and Samantha van leer
    Captivated by you - Sylvia day
    Larger than life - Jodi picoult
    Top secret twenty one - Janet Evanovich
    Just started the unpredictable consequences of love - Jill Mansell

    I typically read really light girly books in my Christmas break. Want to read gone girl next and pick up some Lee child oh and I saw a couple new Patricia cornwells the other day, that I might give a nudge


 

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