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    ^^^
    that's another one i've been meaning to read for years and haven't gotten round to...
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    You should definitely read it, its in my top 10 of all time.
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    I just started "Lucky" by Alice Sebold.
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    ^^ That was a good, but exhausting read - I felt like I'd run a marathon after. Same for "The Lovely Bones." I like her writing, but it's wrenching.
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    I just read the first few pages and I felt like I was right there with her. I bought Lovely Bones also, but haven't gotten to it yet.
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    I just finished reading Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy.

    "... extremely sexy and engrossing read, this book tells the tale of one of the most enthralling love affairs in the history of literature—it truly was the "Harlequin Romance" of its day. Penned while Tolstoy was wrestling with a religious crisis that nearly destroyed him, the book is filled with passion and soul-searching. Serialized in the Russian Herald from 1875–1877 and published in its entirety in 1878, Anna Karenina was wildly popular and controversial. And even though Count Leo Tolstoy had been writing fiction for more than two decades and had already published War and Peace when he undertook Anna Karenina, the author called it "the first novel I have written."

    Tonight I went to Borders and bought 'Memoirs of Cleopatra' by Margaret George. I'll probably get started on reading that this weekend. I've been wanting to read it for years and finally picked it up. I'm a big sucker for historical fiction. I want to get into Phillippa Gregory's books.

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    Anna Karenina is a wonderful book!

    I am not reading The Wilt Alternative by Tom Sharpe (sequel to Wilt)

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    well just started reading my psych. textbook and just finished reviewing from my Sociology text. lol

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    The TV Guide

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    I love British mysteries and just finished the cutest one ever!!

    It is called Her Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen. It was a fun easy read. Loved it. It is the first in a new series. I ordered the first three of another series she writes, the Constable Evans series.

    Also, check out the British mysteries by Jo Hiestand. They are good as well.

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    Water For Elephants-Sara Gruen..WOW
    "I'll probably just end up in some seedy bar with some seedy blonde"-some random Englishman

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    "Fool on the Hill" - I just started, not sure about it yet.

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    JUST finished "The Other Woman" a collection of stories about .. yes u guess it.. the other woman (in marriages/relationships) etc... but tis from all sides so i found it extreeeeeeeemely interesting and a good read !

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    The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera

    It's totally messing up my mind!

    Has anyone read the book and if so what do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lani View Post
    Ah! I just love Christopher Moore to death dont you?
    I assume you read 'A dirty Job.'

    I love his work. I'm reading Bloodsucking Fiends now. Funny as hell.
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