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    (Original post by staylor)
    *sniggers*

    Cant blame anyone for that!
    Oi!:hmpf:

    You liked those books a few months ago:eviltongu And I have to settle for those before I lay my greedy hands on Robin Hobb.
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    reading donna tartt's the secret history !
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    Oi!:hmpf:

    You liked those books a few months ago:eviltongu And I have to settle for those before I lay my greedy hands on Robin Hobb.
    I was replying to the post before you! :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by staylor)
    I was replying to the post before you! :rolleyes:
    You sly git, you added the qoute only now!:eek: :hmmm:
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    hehehe

    i started this

    blame the book !
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    You sly git, you added the qoute only now!:eek: :hmmm:
    Well, yeah - but really I was talking about the book all along.
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    (Original post by gemby!)
    is it wrong that the only reason i am slightly tempted to read wuthering heights is because of the kate bush song ?
    I really didn't like Wuthering Heights. Obviously well written etc but I didn't like any of the characters. I know that in really good books characters make you feel emotions but usually it's a range of emotions - you like some but not others, but in this one I didn't like any! Jane Eyre, however, is a masterpiece.
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    (Original post by sarahliz12345)
    I really didn't like Wuthering Heights. Obviously well written etc but I didn't like any of the characters. I know that in really good books characters make you feel emotions but usually it's a range of emotions - you like some but not others, but in this one I didn't like any! Jane Eyre, however, is a masterpiece.
    Over summer i will be reading that. Sounds like a long way off, but up until then (ignoring the secret history) i will be reading war lit :yy:
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    never read withering heights before...
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    Shylock, don't. I had to resit it for English Literature and I absolutely hate it. It's depressing and upsetting. I thought the gothic, eccentric character, supernatural elements would be good, but they really weren't.

    Now "To Kill A Mockingbird", "Z for Zacharia" and "Streetcar Named Desire" weren't bad to study. I really enjoyed them.
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    Anyone read anything by Stephen Coonts' before?
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    nope...whats he written?
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    What's 'BA'?
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    (Original post by staylor)
    What's 'BA'?
    tis the noise a sheep makes
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    BA is somebody's name here on tsr. short for blueangel
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    (Original post by staylor)
    What's 'BA'?
    BA -BlueAngel a member of tsr
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    *coughs*
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    hello keren :hugs: how you? :hugs:
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    i've got a new book out from the library today, the white darkness by gerladine McCaughrean...anyone read it?
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    nope..never heard of it..whats it about?
 
 
 
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