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14-04-2015 17:17 #211
14-04-2015 17:38 #212
I read books based on recommendations from friends only so a lot of the books I get told to read are a bit "meh"
The immortal instruments books
The maze runner books
The Rosie project.
The name of the wind
Throne of glass series
The first 2 fifty Shade's books for investigative purposes only!
The Graceling books
I'm currently reading another tween book recommendation but I can't think of the name. A friend of mine is a grade 8 English teacher, she is always telling me about books I "have" to read.
I read for hours every night. My favourite part of the day
*edit* under the never sky is what I'm currently reading.
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14-04-2015 18:42 #213
I read a book!!!
It wasn't really by choice as such. We went on holidays and poor DD ended up with viral gastro - so I ended up on the couch in our little b&b for two days. They had a little book shelf so I read Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth. Actually really enjoyed it.
14-04-2015 20:50 #214
I'm currently reading 'the night circus' on the train to work (about 20 mins) it's very enjoyable
14-04-2015 21:48 #215Senior Member
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I have read 'Still Alice' and 'Crazy Rich Asians' in the last couple of weeks. I really enjoyed both of them.
22-04-2015 07:36 #216
Books of 2015
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
21. Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
22. The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey (The Fifth Wave #2)
23. Never Never by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher
24. If I stay by Gayle Foreman
25. The miniaturist by Jessie Burton
26. The darkest minds by Alexandra Bracken
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26-04-2015 16:06 #217
Paper Towns- John Green
Only the animals- Ceridwen Dovey
Mothers and others-various
Golden Boys- Sonya Hartnett
All recommended reads this month, I really enjoyed all of them.
I read about a third of another book as well but it was about a p3do kidnapping a boy and it started getting too full on so I had to stop
26-04-2015 16:34 #218
Wow every reads so quickly! I am reading American Sniper atm. Its quite heavy compared to what i normally read and i dont like that i already know the ending
26-04-2015 19:09 #219
Subbing for inspiration!
Currently reading the Divergent series as I needed something that didn't involve too much thinking to start off with. I used to read a book a week, but since having DS I've barely touched a book!
Time to get back on the horse!
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27-04-2015 00:20 #220
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