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    Or borrowed?

    I bought 'Notes from an exhibition' and 'The incredible lightness of being'. I can't start them until after my exams though.
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    'Awkward Situations For Men' by Danny Wallace.
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    I bought a Japanese for beginners book.
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    Haven't bought any, but just finished reading Stephen King's 'It'. Was so good!!
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    Flood + Ark by Stephen Baxter
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    I took out the following from my local library:

    Highway Code
    Alex Rider Scorpia
    Alex Rider Snakehead
    Alex Rider Crocodile Tears
    Manga for Dummies

    I bought and read the following:
    Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
    Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters
    Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse
    Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth
    Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian
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    "Chemistry for the Biosciences" - Jonathan Crowe, Tony Bradshaw and Paul Monk.

    So far so good. I haven't done chemistry for a year and its been helpful in getting back into it.
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    On the way from Amazon is a Teach Yourself Serbian book and the new Janet Evanovich book Bought Alan Hollinghurst's book The Swimming Pool Library last week,
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    (Original post by fireheart14)
    I took out the following from my local library:

    Alex Rider Scorpia
    Alex Rider Snakehead
    Alex Rider Crocodile Tears
    I love these Yes I probably should have grown out of them by now, but I don't believe in age limits on books, I still love them Reading Crocodile Tears this holiday once I've got through a few more books
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    (Original post by Formerly LieDown)
    I love these Yes I probably should have grown out of them by now, but I don't believe in age limits on books, I still love them Reading Crocodile Tears this holiday once I've got through a few more books
    There is no such thing as an age limit for books. If you like them read them, that's what I think anyway.
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    (Original post by fireheart14)
    There is no such thing as an age limit for books. If you like them read them, that's what I think anyway.
    Exactly what I think
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    Crash by J. G. Ballard
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    The White Cat by Holly Black
    The Passage by Justin Cronin
    The Poison Eaters by Holly Black

    I spend all my money on books...
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    I have just ordered The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. I've been eyeing it up for ages.
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    I haven't bought any this week yet but I'm trying to find The Divine Comedy for as cheap as possible because I hardly have any money right now Anyone know any places you can get cheap books? Other than Amazon and Ebay!
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    Purple Cow - Seth Godin
    Warren Buffett - Alice Shroeder
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    In the last week I have bought far too many books :o: but they were all cheap so it's fine!

    I'm a teacher, get me out of here - Francis Gilbert.
    Life of Pi - Yann Martel
    The sign of Four Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
    His Last Bow Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
    The private papers of Eastern Jewel - Maureen Lindley.

    I already have lots of books I should read :o:
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    Breathe by Cliff Mcnish, it was okii...
    Now you see me by Margaret Murphy, only a third of third of the way through it though, it's pretty good
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    Borrowed:

    Trust me I'm a Junior Doctor - Max Pemberton
    Trust me I'm Still a Doctor - Phil Hammond
    Locket rooms - Laurie R.King
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    The Wasp Fatory
    Butcher Boy
    Dracula
    The Castle of Otranto

    ^^ Gothic Lit <3
 
 
 
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