Would love to hear about the book you're reading/have recently read.
I'm so fussy and can't seem get my hands on a really good book lately! I'm going to start one called "The Devil's Staircase" by Helen Fitzgerald.. hope it holds my attention for more than 2 pages, lol..
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10-04-2012 20:41 #1
What are you reading?
10-04-2012 21:06 #2
Set this house in order by Matt Ruff spectacular subject matter and incredibly well written to get such a complex topic and characters so clear. A bit off tap though couldn't put it down.
10-04-2012 21:07 #3
The last werewolf by glen duncan. It's about surprisingly enough the last werewolf but so far so good
touch screen & sausage fingers don't mix
10-04-2012 21:34 #4
I love quirky, left of centre type books.. normal books bore me to death! The weirder, the better. The subject matter I tend to go for is murder, crimes, underworld, psycho type books. While looking for a new book to read today, I said to DH, I just want to find a nice serial killer book..
10-04-2012 21:36 #5-
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Its the 3rd Hunger games books.
i finished the first 2 in 2 days!!! aghhhhhh
10-04-2012 21:44 #6
Handle with care - Jodi Pixoult.
10-04-2012 21:47 #7
10-04-2012 21:50 #8
Just finished couple of Daniel Silva's books which are spy fiction. Reading The time traveler's wife atm.
10-04-2012 21:51 #9
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