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    I am reading Mercy- Jodi Piccoult
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    The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Haruki Murakami.
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    (Original post by xemilyx)
    I am reading Mercy- Jodi Piccoult
    How are you finding it? I always mean to get around to reading a Jodi Picoult book but I never seem to!
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    Atonement - Ian McEwan
    1984 - George Orwell.
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    (Original post by xChellex)
    How are you finding it? I always mean to get around to reading a Jodi Picoult book but I never seem to!
    I've read almost all of them now. I really like her books. The pact was the first one I ever read and I became hooked. Finished Keeping faith last week and just started this one... It's work avoidance :p:
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    (Original post by xemilyx)
    I've read almost all of them now. I really like her books. The pact was the first one I ever read and I became hooked. Finished Keeping faith last week and just started this one... It's work avoidance :p:
    I first read My Sister's Keeper and loved it... went on to read the Pact & Perfect Match. All brilliant. Got another 4 on my bookshelf waiting to be read

    At the moment I'm reading 'Number 10' by Sue Townsend - really funny
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    Finished "Airframe". It was a bit like an episode of Air Crash Investigation off National Geographic only a bit more dramatised. Now reading Long Way Down
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    (Original post by Lauren24)
    1984 - George Orwell.
    great isnt it
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    Just finished reading Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult.
    I'll start William Styron's Sophie's Choice now
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    (Original post by xemilyx)
    I've read almost all of them now. I really like her books. The pact was the first one I ever read and I became hooked. Finished Keeping faith last week and just started this one... It's work avoidance :p:
    I love her books! Just finished Nineteen Minutes, read Salem Falls and My Sister's Keeper as well. They're so addictive!
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    'Salem's Lot [Stephen King]. Got it Friday, although I'm basically finished. Very good book, I felt.

    I'm also reading Enigma [Robert Harris] at college.
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    Jodi Picoult is good - I've only ever read "My Sister's Keeper" so might try a few more.

    I'm still reading "Anna Karenina" - I've just about finished Part 1 (out of 8!). I really like it so far.
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    (Original post by g-oo-ey)
    I love her books! Just finished Nineteen Minutes, read Salem Falls and My Sister's Keeper as well. They're so addictive!
    What's Nineteen Minutes about? Never heard of it.
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    "The Book Thief" by Markus Zusak
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    (Original post by huladancingmunchkin)
    What's Nineteen Minutes about? Never heard of it.
    A school shooting :eek: It's pretty scary.. and makes you go "PEOPLE ACTUALLY THINK LIKE THAT?"
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    (Original post by Catsmeat)
    Doris Lessing - The Marriages Between Zones Three, Four, and Five
    How's that? I read The Golden Notebook a couple of weeks ago - is it in a similar vein do you know?

    Easy read or hard going?

    I've also recently picked up "44 Scotland Street" by Alexander Macall-Smith (same bloke that did No1 Ladies' Detective Agency) to intersperece the Kite Runner and it's very, very funny thus far.

    Tx
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    Just finished The Shakespeare Secret by J L Carrell and that was pretty good.
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    Nick Horny - High Fidelity.

    Hmm.
 
 
 
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