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Ms. Naomi J. Taylor "nayjaytay"
 
Our Hidden Lives: The Remarkable Diaries of Postwar Britain
Our Hidden Lives: The Remarkable Diaries of Postwar Britain
"For Book Group: Really enjoyed this, not my usual choice of book but all the characters were fascinating as was realising how little yet how mch soceity has changed since WW2"
Never Let Me Go
Never Let Me Go
"Didnt enjoy this as much as When We Were Orphans, found the whole pretence to the book a bit far fetched really"
Middlesex
Middlesex
"Very Good Book if overly long, the begining read much like Captain Correllis and although t dragged in the middle it was a good read overall"
The Outsider (Penguin Modern Classics)
The Outsider (Penguin Modern Classics)
"Very thought provoking book, especially as I read it just after We Need To Talk About Kevin and they were linked in many ways"
We Need To Talk About Kevin
We Need To Talk About Kevin
"I've always wanted children and a big family but this book has actually made me question if that is still true. Never read anything as scary and though provoking"
The Time Traveler's Wife
The Time Traveler's Wife
"Restored my faith in romance although was also very sad. It did drag in the middle and was slightly overly long but I would recommend it."
The New York Trilogy: "City of Glass", "Ghosts" and "Locked Room"
The New York Trilogy: "City of Glass", "Ghosts" and "Locked Room"
"I think I should re-read this book as it was hard to get into in one hour stints of reading and I can hardly remember what any of it was about!"
Stories We Could Tell
Stories We Could Tell
"Not Parsons best by a long shot. He is excellent at writing about male/female relationships and there wasnt enough of that in this book."
A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian
A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian
"A nice light hearted and easy read. Still made you think how we treat our parents as they get older..."
Stuart: A Life Backwards
Stuart: A Life Backwards
"Really interesting, sad and poignant read. Especially interesting for me as i knew a lot of the background story as we are from the same city"
The Accidental
The Accidental
"My mum gave me this book as she had only read half of it and didnt like it. She didnt tell me this until I had read it and told her i thought it was crap. Then she laughed!"
As I Lay Dying
As I Lay Dying
"A birthday gift from a close friend, not normally a book i'd choose for myself but it was amazing."
Three Men in a Boat, to Say Nothing of the Dog! (Penguin Popular Classics)
Three Men in a Boat, to Say Nothing of the Dog! (Penguin Popular Classics)
"For Book Group: Absolutely hilarious from begining to end. What dandies!"
A Long Way Down
A Long Way Down
"A good, easy, entertaining read."
The Food Of Love
The Food Of Love
"A rubbish / tacky love story saved by the food history, recipes and local specialities"
Disgrace
Disgrace
"Amazing. Although I felt rather uncomfortable reading it on the tube on the way to work!"
Surfacing
Surfacing
"An interesting start but a disappointing ending"
Vernon God Little
Vernon God Little
Brighton Rock
Brighton Rock
"Enjoyed this very much as it was a wellcome break from the more modern books I tended to read"
Cloud Atlas
Cloud Atlas
"Another book which I found overly long but that was probably due more to the fact that i didnt find the middle story quite so engaging"
Notes from Underground and The Double
Notes from Underground and The Double
"For Book Group: I would have never thought I would have enjoyed reading the writings of a pesscimist so much. It was hilarious but maybe as I knew a person very much like this in real life?!"
When We Were Orphans
When We Were Orphans
"Very much enjoyed this, the descriptions of the seting and chracters were wonderful however the last part and the end were a slight let down."
Saturday
Saturday
"A good read, interesting story but bizarre choice of characters. I couldnt identify or sympathise with their lifestyle in any way., not that it effected the story to much though"
Margrave Of The Marshes
Margrave Of The Marshes
"very much a book of two halves, John writing first of all then his wife Sheila carrying after his death. Although the second half os equally informative it lacks the endearing little comments and anne"
Motherless Brooklyn
Motherless Brooklyn
"For Book Group: the story was ok but i didnt want the book to end as i got so involved with the lead character, much like readings someone blog and never wanting it to stop."