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Post by Carrisa »

Just finished Harry Potter. I don't know what I'll read next. I guess I'll think of something.
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Post by Sansa »

I don't know why I tend to do this, but having to read two books, I've just started Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr. I think I'm going to read that one first and the other two, after it.

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Empress of the World! its about a girl and it Really good!

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Post by Carrisa »

I just placed Pride and Prejudice and Wuthering Heights on hold. I don't which I'll read first.
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- Bella (NewMoon, p. 512)[/color]
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-Relient K, 'The Best Thing'[/color]
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Post by darktimesharry77 »

Sha-Nikki wrote:I am rereading Twilight and New Moon while I wait for my friend to finish my copy of Eclipse so I can reread that. But I am also reading a book called 'Go Ask Alice' it is an actual diary of a 15 year old girl who was drug user. It's about her downward spiral into drug abuse that took her away from her loving family and comfortable home to the mean streets of the city. A journey that took away her youth, innocence and her life.
That seems like a really good book.
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Post by Taxi »

I read Marked by P.C. and Kristin Cast... which was, meh. The story was interesting enough. I didn't really like the characters, though.

And I just finished reading Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr, which I adored. Very good read!
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Im reading Copycat by Erica Spindler. This book is flipping awesome, a must read. I love it =]
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darktimesharry77 wrote:
Sha-Nikki wrote:I am rereading Twilight and New Moon while I wait for my friend to finish my copy of Eclipse so I can reread that. But I am also reading a book called 'Go Ask Alice' it is an actual diary of a 15 year old girl who was drug user. It's about her downward spiral into drug abuse that took her away from her loving family and comfortable home to the mean streets of the city. A journey that took away her youth, innocence and her life.
That seems like a really good book.
OMGods i love that book i have read it 5 times and have two copies you should read it! everyone its so good and its a true story too.

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Post by chica_chilena »

I'm reading "A spot of bother"

I love Mark haddon's books. I strongly recomend them!
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Post by Canzone e bella »

I'm reading The House on the Strand by Daphne DuMaurier and Xenocide by Orson Scott Card.
I just finished I Am The Messenger by Markus Zusak. All three books are really interesting and have some existential themes which I like.
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