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    Totally need to read true blood I've seen all tv episodes but haven't gotten the books yet. I just finished the newest bloodlines book by Richelle Mead it was pretty good!
    I've read all true blood books except the last 3 or 4. I definitely recommend them. I'm going to marathon the whole series this year to wrap it up.

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    I did a marathon of it when my DS was born because he doesn't sleep well it was worth all the late nights lol I think I'll buy the books on my Kobo this week

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    Books 2015


    January

    The Miniaturist- Jessie Burton
    Lost and Found- Brooke Davis
    We were liars- E. Lockhart
    Lila- Marilynne Robinson
    The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place- MaryRose Wood
    The Paying Guests- Sarah Waters
    The hidden gallery- MaryRose Wood

    February

    The thousand dollar tan line- Rob Thomas
    Laurinda- Alice Pung
    My Brilliant Friend- Elena Ferrante
    Greenwash- Guy Pearse
    Dress, Memory- Lorelei Vashti

    March

    Burial Rites- Hannah Kent
    Song for a Scarlett runner- Julie Hunt



    Haven't read much at all this month- Burial Rites was just so, so good that it's the kind of book you want to savor and only read when you can give it your full attention. Just an incredible book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
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    Haven't read much at all this month- Burial Rites was just so, so good that it's the kind of book you want to savor and only read when you can give it your full attention. Just an incredible book.
    Was phenomenal wasn't it? I read it last year and ah, just so, so good.

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    Was phenomenal wasn't it? I read it last year and ah, just so, so good.
    So good!!! I found myself entranced by ancient Icelandic customs for curing meat! And spending ages on Google looking at badstofas. What an incredible writer.

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    So good!!! I found myself entranced by ancient Icelandic customs for curing meat! And spending ages on Google looking at badstofas. What an incredible writer.
    I was so fascinated too! I hadn't heard of the book and was just browsing in a book shop and picked up a copy and a staff member said "You HAVE to read this!!!'

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    The month's not up yet and I haven't finished it yet, but just wanted to recommend a book of short stories called Only the Animals by Ceridwen Dovey. Incredible (fictional) stories about animal's accounts of historical events. A crew of beatnik mussels experience the attack on Pearl Harbour, a tortoise once owned by the Tolstoy family orbits space. I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who loves animals, or historical fiction, or anyone who enjoys a quirky story (as I'm not really an overt fan of the first two and I'm loving it)

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    May I join in? I've just had. A big burst of reading, I used to read a lot but stopped for a while due to lack of time.

    April

    The lovely bones - Alice sebold

    Desert fish - cherise saywell

    The Rosie project - Graeme simsion

    The Rosie effect - Graeme simsion

    Currently - the 19th wife - David ebershoff

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    April 2015 so far

    18. Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas

    19. Ready Player One by Earnest Cline

    20. The Duff by Kody Keplinger

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    21. Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

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    5. The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan
    6. The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion
    7. Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaronovitch

    April 2015
    8. The Dragon Reborn by Robert Jordan

    Now reading The Bush: Travels in the heart of Australia by Don Watson.


 

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