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Posted on 9 Apr 2012 15:42:49 BDT
Last edited by the author on 9 Apr 2012 15:48:33 BDT
I've just finished Sabu, which I really enjoyed, and would definetly recommend it to anyone looking for a new book to read.

Posted on 9 Apr 2012 16:12:26 BDT
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Posted on 9 Apr 2012 16:29:11 BDT
PISIKA says:
Reading 'Proverbs' from best book ever, Bible.Amazing wisdom!!

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Apr 2012 17:24:40 BDT
Garscadden says:
If you are still reading it why have you reviewed it - ahh, you're the author and just spamming!

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Apr 2012 17:27:21 BDT
Master says:
I'm reading Dirty Dublin again. Light hearted but never light weight it transports me to old haunts in Dublin to times made up of other times of music and the craic...more Dublin than Dublin itself....DEE.

Posted on 9 Apr 2012 17:32:40 BDT
SaraF says:
I am currently reading The Descendants by Kaui Hart Hemmings, so far so good ........

Posted on 9 Apr 2012 18:48:18 BDT
PookieHayes says:
I've just started women and children first on my kindle was a bargain at 99p was looking at it in the supermarket over the weekend so glad I waited as I've saved money 4.00 for paperback.

Posted on 9 Apr 2012 19:25:46 BDT
Last edited by the author on 9 Apr 2012 19:26:09 BDT
DaveOz says:
Started the previously mentioned In Search of Lost Time: The Way by Swann's: The Way by Swann's Vol 1 (In Search of Lost Time 1) today. I seem to be coping well so far so hopefully it lasts!

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Apr 2012 19:52:00 BDT
carocaro says:
Oh JP how naughty you claim to be reading this and gave it 4 stars....how strange it's the only one you ever reviewed....seeing as you picked it up on a whim...did you also write it on one as well?
This promotion by writers isn't allowed, you have to go to MOA forum...perhaps you didn't know. You do now though..good luck.

Posted on 9 Apr 2012 20:55:15 BDT
christine says:
Just finished reading "Stairlift to heaven" by Terry Ravenscroft
5 stars very funny .....my friends and family are crying laughing please try a sample xx

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Apr 2012 21:55:51 BDT
Miss Nice says:
The Last Mazurka by Andrew Tarnowski

Posted on 10 Apr 2012 22:35:18 BDT
Just started Whispers

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 06:55:13 BDT
lovetoread says:
Just started angels and demons so far so good.

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 07:16:45 BDT
Last edited by the author on 11 Apr 2012 07:18:07 BDT
avid reader says:
The Troublesome Offspring of Cardinal Guzman (de bernieres), Cat by Freya North (don't know why I'm bothering - pretty bad- but now I've started, I'll finish - anyone else have to do this?), Call The Midwife by Jennifer Worth and listening to City of Veils by Zoe Ferraris.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Apr 2012 10:29:21 BDT
I Readalot says:
Hi avid reader, de Berniere's South American trilogy is certainly different from his better known (and more widely read) novels, but I enjoyed them, quite nasty though!

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 13:12:20 BDT
Tess says:
I've just re-read The Borrowers, even though I'm 60!

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 13:20:12 BDT
Reading '1984' - Very interesting

Just read 'To Kill a Mocking Bird' - Very good \ 'The Time of My Life', Patrick Swayze and Lisa Niemi - Very good / 'The Accident', Linwood Barclay - Fairly good / 'Just One Look', Harlan Coben - Only one I've tried and don't think I'll bother with any others.

Birthday presents don't last long though!

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 13:24:38 BDT
Midnight by Stephen Leather

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 13:33:13 BDT
Virtual Light, by William Gibson. Also ploughing through Tale of Two Cities, as I'm in a stage adaptation in June and not read it for years.

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 13:50:44 BDT
Shirley says:
The Captain's Daughter by Leah Flemming - amazing and beautifully written, couldn't put it down

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 15:18:23 BDT
I have started and not got very far with my next bookgroup choice - The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood. I am not sure what to think of it so far, but not enjoying it on the whole.

Have put it to one side for now and have started The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan. It is more up my street. And for an easy read before bed, because vampires and werewolves tend to end up in my dreams if I read about them or watch tv programmes with them before bed (although the subject matter isn't too light for chick-lit) I'm still reading This Charming Man by Marian Keyes. That being said, it depends which vampires and werewolves I am dreaming about!

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Apr 2012 15:36:50 BDT
- DEAN - says:
I've just finished reading The Terror by Dan Simmons. A supersize novel with lots of meaty chunks. A cracking book nonetheless, one I would recommend you hide behind the sofa while reading.

I'm probably the last living organism on the planet to do so, but I'm currently reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. There is a bandwagon and I'm on it.

... I will admit. It's better than I had anticipated.

Posted on 11 Apr 2012 17:49:00 BDT
The Paris Wife by Paula McLain

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Apr 2012 18:39:06 BDT
Hi Lizzie

I adore this book and have re-read it several times. Have you read his other books like Tuesdays with Morrie?

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Apr 2012 18:42:25 BDT
Yes, avid reader, I always have to finish a book, I've never not finished a book, however long it takes me!
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