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sarah-belle wrote:I'm reading The Wizard, The Witch, and Two Girls From Jersey. It's pretty good, but I don't really like that it's told from third person. But ehh...
I'm also reading Emma by Jane Austen, but I'm only on, like, page 8.
Emma is SO good. Keep reading, because the initial intro and chapter is always a little slow. ;)
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And then there were none~Agitha Christe
The Wedding~ Nicholas Sparks
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Still reading A Great and Terrible Beauty. I've had so much homework and stuff that I havn't had any time to read!! :cry:
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epona wrote:
Puzzie219 wrote:I'm reading a certain slant of light. I'm only 2 chapters in, but it seems pretty good so far. Anyone else read it before?
Oh what's that? interesting that its named after an emily dickinson poem....
Really? The main character of the book absoloutely loves literature and poems so now I understand the title. I read that book a week and a half ago. I really liked it.

I read Blue Bloods a few days ago and read Masquerade after that. I can't wait for the third one!

Now i'm re-reading the Vampire Kisses series so I can remind myself of them for the fourth one which I haven't gotten a chance to read yet.
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Post by luvthesebooks »

I guess my taste in books is a little more "low brow" than "classic".

Just finished Eldest on CD. Awesome to hear the languages spoken. Much more enjoyable than reading it, in my opinion.

Going through the Susan Sizemore Prime Series for the second time. The smug nature of the Primes and their fierce protection of their mates reminds me of Edward. Very romantic.

I have read a couple of books from the Carpathian Series by Christine Freehan. They are pretty good but a little difficult to read. Both series are definately not young adult.

Thanks for the Blue Blood suggestion. I think I'll order it.
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I just read The Kite Runner and Oh wow. It's such a great book. I reccomed it to everyone. It was pretty sad though, it made me cry five times. I can't wait till the movie comes out, I hope its as good as the book.
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Warriors: Firestar's Quest

It's interesting, definetly sets a twist to what a person knew about the series.
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Just bought The Book Thief and A Year of Magical Thinking.
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Carrisa wrote:Warriors: Firestar's Quest

It's interesting, definetly sets a twist to what a person knew about the series.
Oooo I've read that book! Honestly, I thought it was one of the best out of all the books. Not THE best, but one of them. I just hope that Erin Hunter brings in Skyclan in The Power of Three series.
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I'm reading:

- The Traveler
- I'd tell you I love you, but then I'd have to kill you

And I found a book that I wanted yesterday called Leonardo's Shadow. I read the first twenty pages or so of it, and it's really good so far. But I didn't get it.
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