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Unputdownable Books -recommendations please!


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Posted on 6 Feb 2013, 21:09:04 GMT
I am reading the Jasper Fdorde collection of stories about Tuesday next the LiteraTec who is looking for a criminal named Acheron Hades who steals the original manuscripts of books and kidnaps and murders the original characters within, i.e. Martin Chuzzlewit/Jane Eyre. Fascinating read as its books within books. Loving them.

Posted on 1 Mar 2013, 11:16:18 GMT
Icki Iqbal says:
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In reply to an earlier post on 1 Mar 2013, 14:10:35 GMT
Backline and other short stories.

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Mar 2013, 16:56:37 GMT
Last edited by the author on 1 Mar 2013, 16:58:03 GMT
Cecilia says:
Three books I read through the night because I couldn't put them down:

How to be Lost - Amanda Eyre Ward

Crow Lake - Mary Lawson

The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini and
A Splendid Thousand Suns - Khaled Hosseini

(sorry, that's four! But was totally engrossed by each of them. Well written and interesting subjects)

Posted on 1 Mar 2013, 18:09:12 GMT
Last edited by the author on 1 Mar 2013, 19:40:32 GMT
Russell says:
I loved The fun house, Richard Laymon. Its a great read

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Posted on 1 Mar 2013, 19:19:20 GMT
Nana Jan says:
The Snowman-Jo Nesbo

Posted on 26 Mar 2013, 03:07:22 GMT
Erin Cressey says:
In the summer of 1942, Lilly is coming to terms with how her life is not as perfect or extravagant as the townsfolk of Henbury may think. Sure, her Father is the Mayor and she's grown up with anything money can buy, a child's dream, but there has always been something missing:
The simple aspect of happiness.
In the midst of wondering if she'll ever be free from the watchful eyes of her strict Mother, Lilly spontaneously meets Raymond, a free spirited farm boy from out of town, and soon finds herself falling in love with him. But when her father finds out, her world is turned up side down. Lilly decides to run away and make a new life for herself but things don't turn out as perfect as she'd planned when Raymond is posted out to war and the two are torn apart.
A story about love, family and friendship, and discovering what's truly important when life turns in unexpected directions.The Mayors Daughter and The Farmers Son
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