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What I read in 2004
Annabel Gaskell "gaskella2"
Broken Music: Memoirs
"Thoughtful and fascinating - can't wait for Vol II"
"Leaps off the page, quirky and full of black humour"
Veronika Decides to Die
"It couldn't be worse than 'The Alchemist'! Predictable, but very readable"
Northern Lights (His Dark Materials)
"Totally gripped from page one ... 'nuff said."
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
"Fascinating and really felt for the poor lad, but didn't really enjoy the read."
The Death of Vishnu
"It's Eastenders in Bombay with pretensions. Thoroughly enjoyed it though."
The Cure For Death By Lightning
"All of small town America is here. Fabulous."
Lucky Man (Random House Large Print)
"What a nice guy!"
The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
"Re-read and enjoyed the best bits more, the not so good bits irritated though"
"Epic and touching."
"Beautifully written/translated but soooo sloooow."
"Our reading group choice for March. I hated it, some of my friends loved it."
The Magician's Wife
"Throughly enjoyed this. Main theme is of anti-colonialism set in the late 19thC France and Algiers."
The Lovely Bones
The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon)
"Great fun, no great writing but interesting subjects and a great page-turner"
"Classy spy thriller. Critics say he's the next Le Carre ..."
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Book 3): Adult Edition
"Fun. Better than the first two."
Blindsighted: (Grant County series 1)
"Strong contender for the Patricia Cornwell crown"
"Beautifully and sparingly written."
Kentish Lad, A
Tender is the Night: A Romance (Penguin Modern Classics)
"Evocative of the age and place. Dense and romantic. Adored it."
The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency
"A gentler detective can't be imagined than Mma Ramotswe."
"Fast-paced - learn all about aquaducts too."
Something Might Happen
"Emotional and profound."
A Perfect Obsession (Caper Court 5)
"Great fun after the seriousness of my previous read."
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