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cami1219 wrote:I've been planning on reading The lovely bones.
I waited awhile, too. I avoided it because the theme content affected me....too personal. But, once I read it, I really enjoyed it. Go for it!
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cami1219 wrote:I've been planning on reading The lovely bones.
that was one of the best books i had ever read in my life,
i couldnt put it down for a second!
i hope you enjoooy it.
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I started Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz two days ago and I only have a couple chapters left. Then I'm starting the sequel Masquerade which I went out and bought today.
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"It didn't want to come out of the dashboard."
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Post by cami1219 »

Cantalupo wrote:
cami1219 wrote:I've been planning on reading The lovely bones.
I waited awhile, too. I avoided it because the theme content affected me....too personal. But, once I read it, I really enjoyed it. Go for it!
yeah, it's the same for me right now...
that's why I've been a bit hesitant!
But if you say so, then I'll go for it!
and thanks daniiidarko! hehe, I seem to be running into you quite a bit on the lex today. :wink: You're really cool! :mrgreen:


Syn Morite: Yeah! *high fives* I love that book! Blue Bloods, I mean. And I just started Masquerade a couple days ago! =D
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^THANKS :]
i love being called cool.
:lol: you seem pretty awesome yourself.
the lovely bones is disturbing at first, and everything
but once you get passed the first part its really really good, like amazingly written and everything.
[i]"he's so persistent, i like it."- erin
"that's because he's British."- dani
"i'd like to try me some of that."- erin."[/i]

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Syn Morite wrote:I started Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz two days ago and I only have a couple chapters left. Then I'm starting the sequel Masquerade which I went out and bought today.
I really like those two books... at the moment I am rereading Masquerade! Whoever reads that will be shocked by the ending...
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Right now I'm reading Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Di-ck (Hahaha, it put a filter on his last name). Anyways... he's one of my favorite authors.
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i am officially re-reading all the twilight series.
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"that's because he's British."- dani
"i'd like to try me some of that."- erin."[/i]

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I began reading second glance by jodi picoult (the first book i have read of hers) i heard she was an amazing writer etc. however i only got to page 56 when i knew what was going to happen, so i think i'm due a reread of TW again :lol:
The plot of second glance was so so but i didn't get the feel of the characters like i did for TW........i need to find some authors like SM
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I just got done reading the Hollow Kingdom trilogy. Wow those were really good books. I love them all. Ecspecailly the elves!
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