Usually I'd have now under my belt by now, but I've taken to scrolling through bub hub of a night instead...
Diana Gabaldon's trail of fire.
Marian Keyes' mystery of mercy close
I'm also rereading Up The Duff - I'm reading each week as I reach it.
I'm planning on rereading all of Diana Gabaldon's outlander series in anticipation of my own heart's blood, which is the new book due out later this year.
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23-02-2013 23:03 #11
Re: Your books of 2013
26-02-2013 19:23 #12Senior Member
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Subbing as I need some more options.
26-02-2013 20:20 #13
26-02-2013 20:24 #14
My partners away half the time so I read lots when he's away lol. So far this year I have read
James Patterson - now you see her
Andrew cross - something that I can't remember about the stock market
Missing you - missing oz unsliced cases
An now just reading 'the slap' since I haven't seen the show so want to read it
26-02-2013 20:26 #15
The Golden Land - Di Morrissey. Love how it introduced me to the country of Burma.
27-02-2013 21:11 #16
27-02-2013 21:35 #17
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27-02-2013 21:58 #18
Anne of green gables series
The hunger games series, was actually surprised how good the books were after seeing the movie.
Now uni is back I'm reading Foundations of taxation law 2013, which I'm actually really enjoying
27-02-2013 22:23 #19Senior Member
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Ilona Andrews has done 2 series. The Edge series, the first book of which is called On the Edge and is a complete story so u don't need to read the rest if u don't like it. It's electronically available. The other series starts with Magic Bites and is also awesome if you like urban fantasy.
i really like her style and her female protagonists have backbone that doesn't turn to mush the first time they come into contact with an 'alpha male'!
January - all the Jeaniene frost books in the night huntress series. Pretty good.
February - i read magician by Raymond e fiest (been meaning to do it for years).
i have also read Unatural issue, Redoubt and Beauty and the Werewolf by Mercedes Lackey. Pretty good for light reads from the library but I wouldn't buy them. Re-read of the no cry sleep solution (to get my head in the game for the next one!)
um... Probably a few others in the Xmas holidays when I got my amazon gift cards but I can't think what they were.
27-02-2013 22:30 #20
One of my fab books ever is a stand alone called the Redemption of Althalus by David Eddings. It's a little bit Sci-fi, little bit action lots of wit and humor but very tongue in cheek word play not outright humor. It looks huge but is well worth the read
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