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    Wow thanks everyone, what a list to get through!

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    I'm so picky with books, I've only got a handful of books that I really love, but A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas blew me away- the second in the serious, a court of mist and fury, i couldn't even pull my eyes away from

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    The Outlander Series by Diana Gabledon
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    Anything by Wilbur Smith but i love his Egyptian Series

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    Room, by Emma Donoghue; I'm currently reading The 100 Year old Man Who Climbed Out A Window...; Me Before You, by Jo Jo someone was a really easy read too. My fave author is Mitch Albom - I recommend all his books!

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    Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See is one of my favourites, it's one of very few books I actually re-read.
    Keep us updated on what you decide to read and what you think of it. I'm always on the look out for a captivating read

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    Old mans war by john scalzi, it's a series, after that you read the ghost brigade and then the last colony. Really cool sci fi that even the biggest sci fi hater will like.


 

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