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Any good books anyone can suggest to me?
Fiction or non-fiction I don't mind! I aint got no type (if you get that song reference I love u )
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I really enjoyed the Catcher in the Rye but it's pretty vote dividing so
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The Girl on the Train is a recent one that I really enjoyed reading :ahee:
"psychological thriller " sounds perfect!! Great suggestion, thanks!
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I really enjoyed the Catcher in the Rye but it's pretty vote dividing so
Vote dividing? How so?
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Vote dividing? How so?
Not in its content, but it's regarded as an American classic by some and a badly written, angst ridden mess by others lol. I did actually enjoy it a lot though, I did read as an angsty teenager though hahaha
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Not in its content, but it's regarded as an American classic by some and a badly written, angst ridden mess by others lol. I did actually enjoy it a lot though, I did read as an angsty teenager though hahaha
Ahaha ohh I get you, I'll search up on it
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Ahaha ohh I get you, I'll search up on it
Also, if you enjoy YA novels Patrick Ness is an amazing author!
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I'm the saddest git ever because when I want to relax with a book I pick up Jane Eyre. I first read it when I was in Primary 6, read it a couple of times immediately after, then I read it in French even though My French ed at that point was basic conversation, then I read it backwards. I've lost count of the amount of times I've read it. Think I could do a PhD on it. Sad but very true. I read lots of other stuff too but this one always pulls me back.

Ha ha I think I should be ashamed to admit this in a public forum.
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The Tent, The Bucket and Me by Emma Kennedy, it's hilarious :yep:
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I'm the saddest git ever because when I want to relax with a book I pick up Jane Eyre. I first read it when I was in Primary 6, read it a couple of times immediately after, then I read it in French even though My French ed at that point was basic conversation, then I read it backwards. I've lost count of the amount of times I've read it. Think I could do a PhD on it. Sad but very true. I read lots of other stuff too but this one always pulls me back.

Ha ha I think I should be ashamed to admit this in a public forum.
don't even be ashamed gurl, I have Jane Eyre too
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The Tent, The Bucket and Me by Emma Kennedy, it's hilarious :yep:
Whats it about? cant find a review
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The Kite Runner.

My favourite book.
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Any good books anyone can suggest to me?
Fiction or non-fiction I don't mind! I aint got no type (if you get that song reference I love u )
is this kpop?
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falling kingdoms
by Morgan Rhodes
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Whats it about? cant find a review
It's a book where the author writes about all of the (true) disasters and mishaps she and her family had when going on various holidays in the 70s. If you've ever been camping, you'll (hopefully) love it, it's super funny
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is this kpop?
nope, are you into kpop?
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It's a book where the author writes about all of the (true) disasters and mishaps she and her family had when going on various holidays in the 70s. If you've ever been camping, you'll (hopefully) love it, it's super funny
well ive done dofe gold and silver! ill check it out
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nope, are you into kpop?
meh no
my friends are kinda obsessed
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The Kite Runner.

My favourite book.
Sounds interesting... Nice one
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Any good books anyone can suggest to me?
Fiction or non-fiction I don't mind! I aint got no type (if you get that song reference I love u )
I only know books for girls. Try reading the books of Nora Roberts. If you want a good laugh, Sophie Kinsella and Julia Quinn.
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