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Post by Sansa »

I'm going to start Petals on the wind, by G.R. Andrews. I loved the first book, so I will read the whole series.

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Post by luvthesebooks »

I remember reading the Flower in the Attic series by VC Andrews when I was in junior high, over 20 years ago. Those books really stuck with me. I still remember them in detail after all of these years. Good but disturbing.....

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Post by darktimesharry77 »

I'm reading Remember by Karen Kingsbury and
Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse for school.
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Post by Edward_Cullen »

dolphindog wrote:sense and sensability- jane austen
Have you read Pride and Prejudice yet? It is really good too. I like Sense and Sensibility better though. That might be because it didn't take as long to read . Good choice though.
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Post by Isabella Cullen »

I've finished Moon Called now. It was by far one of the most interesting books I've ever read. But still VERY good. ^_^
If anyone is interested, it mainly is about werewolves. :D
I was so angry at Jacob Black after reading Eclipse, that I picked this book up after my best friend recommended it. It was insightful, and I wonder if Stephenie might have read it before or during the writing process of Eclipse.
(I absolutely have no idea, and highly doubt the latter just because she's so busy. But still. It was very good.)

I'm now burying my nose in a scientific book. It's called The Undiscovered Mind by John Horgan. It's mainly the science of how the human mind works, how it defies replication, medication and explanation.
It's very fascinating so far. :D
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Post by shananimal »

im reading a thousand splendid suns, sequel to kite runner by khaled hosseini
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Post by nymphetamine_overdose »

the bell jar
why suicide
hp 7
childrens book to my goddaughter. i feel like sirius black. i have a god child. yaY for me.
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Post by zerolover34 »

lets see the book i'm reading now is called bloom it's good
and i've read like 5 other books in the last two weeks so here they are
cures for heartbreak
story of a girl
the four dorothys
the last summer of ( you&me )

They are all awesome books :mrgreen:


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Post by StupidxLamb »

Eclipse for the fourth time...
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Post by neonsx »

Twisted by Laurie Halse Anderson. So far it's brillant haha. About a nerdy boy revolving to a pretty hot guy. Sounds like a bit of a cliche but it's deffinatly worth reading.


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