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    I'm reading, for the first time ever after not really giving a shit about the films... Harry Potter.

    I'm about 75% of the way through the first one. It's simple and charmingly British. I can see why kids were hooked on it.
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    What's next Grimm? Twilight?
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    I said kids, not retarded 50 year old hausfraus.
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    The kids love Twilight. The 50 year old hausfraus are too bust with the 50 Shades trilogy. Maybe you can read those books too?
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    I am re-reading the Janet Evanovich series with Stephanie Plum on my Kindle Fire. They are a very light read, but they do make me laugh.
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    The Shadow of the Wind- Carlos Ruiz Zafón

    I'm about halfway through and so far it's very good. A mystery about books and a novelist in post civil war Spain
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    Sarah's Key - By Tatiana De Rosnay. _ Very interesting book. Takes place in modern day and WWII France. I normally try to stay away from books that recount the horrors of the Holocaust (the suffering and human indecency stay with me for a LONG TIME) - but this story recounts an episode that France would rather not remember. Kind of buried in history.


    House Rules by Jodi Picoult -

    I just finished this. As is her style, all points of view are presented. Another good read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    The kids love Twilight. The 50 year old hausfraus are too bust with the 50 Shades trilogy. Maybe you can read those books too?
    Im not Grimm, of course, but I read three of the four Twilight books. I took a long break from it but I do intend to go back and suffer through the final then read the 50 Shades trilogy. I guess Im just a sucker for punishment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    The Shadow of the Wind- Carlos Ruiz Zafón

    I'm about halfway through and so far it's very good. A mystery about books and a novelist in post civil war Spain
    Ooh I really liked this one as I thought it wasn't exactly a linear plot which was great.

    I'm starting Into the Wild. Finally saw the movie and it got under my skin so now I'm halfway into the book.

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    Finishing up Full Service by Scotty Bowers. The dish on Charles Laughton is, well, pretty shitty.
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    Rage Is Back-Adam Mansbach.

    A bit uneven, but with some really great parts. An interesting novel about a graffiti artists. Full of hip hop references and old school New York touches.

    I'm still laughing over some sentences. Like 'Fizz's crib was bright and spacious, decorated with the kind of pink-fur-Kangol flair only a gay Puerto Rican b-boy can pull off'
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    DV. by Diana Vreeland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MmeVertigina View Post
    DV. by Diana Vreeland.
    Ooooh, as one of the World's most unfashionable people I am tempted to read this. I've just finished 'The Woman who went to bed for a year' by Sue Townsend. I read the blurb on the back and was sucked in by promises of frequent 'laugh out loud' pages and it was entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojangles View Post
    Ooooh, as one of the World's most unfashionable people I am tempted to read this. I've just finished 'The Woman who went to bed for a year' by Sue Townsend. I read the blurb on the back and was sucked in by promises of frequent 'laugh out loud' pages and it was entertaining.
    I watched The Eye Has To Travel, the other night & it was so good I decided to read the book.

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    Just seen there are are some clips for that one Youtube, so I will find some 'me' time later today and enjoy that. I'm meant to be putting a teaching portfolio together for an upcoming interview but all I keep doing is sneaking onto this site. I've got a Michael Morpurgo book that is also begging to be read. Have you ever noticed when you have no time to get something done in you get it done, but when you've got time you delay or is it just me?!?!

    Couldn't resist watching a trailer, what a zest for life in her face while she speaks, incredible lady. I have never seen a woman of very mature years look so good in really outlandish clothes.
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