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    OMG that part must have been like reading 50 Shades of Grey for you :-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    OMG that part must have been like reading 50 Shades of Grey for you :-p
    Lol

    I completely forgot the chronicles of narnia, The Lord of the rings and Ronald Dahl books.

    Harvs, yet again I am agreeing with you. I like to read young adult fiction too, but then I also get a kick out of talking about it with the grade 5/6 students as well.
    (Confession: I've hardly been on bh this week because I've been rereading the hunger games series again- and loving it, wishing others on bh loved it as much as Harry potter so I could talk about it too!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by honey gold View Post
    The book theif, anything by Khaled Hosseini, Pillars of the Earth-very long book but took me less than a week to read, cloudstreet, some Bryce Courtney books, The Hobbit.
    Without giving away to much about the book is Pillars of the Earth the one about the guy that builds the Cathedral? If so I loved that..

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    Quote Originally Posted by btmac View Post
    Tomorrow when the war began - John Marsden great series
    THANKYOU! I read it a few years back and would love to again but couldn't remember the name

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    Lol

    I completely forgot the chronicles of narnia, The Lord of the rings and Ronald Dahl books.

    Harvs, yet again I am agreeing with you. I like to read young adult fiction too, but then I also get a kick out of talking about it with the grade 5/6 students as well.
    (Confession: I've hardly been on bh this week because I've been rereading the hunger games series again- and loving it, wishing others on bh loved it as much as Harry potter so I could talk about it too!)
    Ah you had me at Ronald Dahl :-)

    I did like Hunger Games, especially Mockingjay, but the ending of the trilogy spoiled it for me. I can't reveal any more *whispers* people are reading this...

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    I just finished Wild (the book of the Oscar nominated movie) and loved it. Couldn't put down

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    Ooo i forgot The Narnia series. My mum has the original books from years ago. The Magicians Nephew was my favorite.

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    Set this house in order by Matt Ruff... Awesome take on multiple personality disorder

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    I liked the Hunger Games so much that I went in search of fanfiction. I wouldn't recommend this - the stuff I found was pretty terrrible.
    Same thing happened to me today
    When I think I could do a better job, it means the existing lot is crap lol.
    So glad to have found another few HG lovers!

    Peeta or Gale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    Peeta.

    I say this with who I pictured Peeta as in my mind though. I wasn't a fan of the casting for the movie.
    *le sigh*

    So Peeta. Swoon. It took me a couple of times watching it, but I am a josh hutcherson Peeta fan. More so in Catching Fire than in HG. and he was barely in mockingjay p1, but p2 should be huge for him so I'm psyched!

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