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    (Original post by *^_^*hamster*^_^*)
    ooh i just finished that last week!
    wanted to read hp and half blood prince but can't find my copy:eek: So picked up Cold Mountain (haven't seen the movie but my friend said the book is good so...).
    :ditto: its really annoying me not being able to find it!
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    im curently reading Spot of Bother, whilst waiting for the 7th Harry Potter to come out. lol. I'm really enjoying Spot of Bother though, Mark Haddon is an excellent writer.
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    the memory keepers daughter- kim edwards

    dammmmmm books are soooooooooo expensivee :O

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    i've been looking for my copy of hp and the half blood prince as well, but it also seems to have disappeared!!! so for the time being i am at a loss for how to occupy myself until book 7.......
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    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley.
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    Tank Girl 1 by Jamie Hewlett and Alan Martin (Yes, I know it's not a book as such)!
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    About to start Memoirs of a Geisha
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    Reading "SAS Are You Tough Enough" atm,
    i found it on my bookshelf after i'd re-read a few Andy McNab books a month or so ago, so thought i'd flick through it.
    I really need to get more books, i just seem to be re-reading everything i have atm, and have been doing so for ages =/
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    Well, I've just finished Dracula and with the desire to do some lighter reading and in the wait of HP, I think I shall turn to some short stories by Edgar Allan Poe (i.e. The Fall of the House of Usher and The Tell Tale Heart amongst others).
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    Just finished rereading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

    Only five more to go before Saturday!

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    About to start Memoirs of a Geisha
    That's a really good book.
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    Just finished Freakonomics... and I think I'm going to read either Pele or Muhammed Ali's autobios.
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    arnold bennett- the old wives' tale
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    The Good Earth - by Pearl Buck

    So far, outstanding.
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    (Original post by Hashshashin)
    That's a really good book.
    It is I'm up to page sixty already!
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    (Original post by brimstone)
    It is I'm up to page sixty already!
    If u didnt watch the movie , watch it after you finish reading ..It iso not bad after u read the book :rolleyes:
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    Im reading Dinner for Two by Mike Gayle. I have just read Mr Commitment which he wrote and i thought it was brilliant. I highly recommend it. Other authors i love at the minute include Cecelia Ahern. Shes brilliant
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    'The Girl with the Pearl Earring' written by Tracy Chevalier
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    I'm reading A Clockwork Orange at the moment, and have also been working my way through a few of Jodi Picoult's books. I've just finished The Bell Jar and The Color Purple, both really interesting reads.
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    one flew over the cuckoo's nest, excellent and intriging so far.
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    The Historian- Elizabeth Kostova
 
 
 
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