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Post Number:#16  Postby Lucinda » 31 May 2009, 05:32

I read Atonement last year; loved it! It's a lovely film too.
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Post Number:#17  Postby Ragenild » 16 Jun 2009, 01:55

Right now, I'm reading Delia's Crossing, by V. C. Andrews.
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Post Number:#18  Postby kim robin » 16 Jun 2009, 02:30

Currently reading breaking dawn by Stephanie Meyer.
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Post Number:#19  Postby atrixa » 16 Jun 2009, 05:59

Wow, Atonement seems to be popular! Right now I'm halfway through The Impressionist by Hari Kunzru. (At least I think that's how you spell his surname) It's proved to be a pretty good read.
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Post Number:#20  Postby daisy1979 » 16 Jun 2009, 09:33

Firefly Lane, by Kristin Hannah. A beach-type book, but enjoyable none the less.
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Post Number:#21  Postby ceve4life » 16 Jun 2009, 18:46

The Hammer of God by Arthur C. Clarke. Not very good...kinda dry.
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Post Number:#22  Postby Bennay » 16 Jun 2009, 18:47

Life of Pi by Martel. I kept seeing it on the bestseller list so I finally caved. I'm about a third of the way through and its pretty slow to be honest. I'm getting a great education on animal behavior and religion though :) Hopefully it'll pick up soon
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Post Number:#23  Postby mrsl778 » 17 Jun 2009, 16:13

Hi. I'm currently reading American Wife. I really enjoy historical fiction. Makes you imagine what the real people were like. :)
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Post Number:#24  Postby Andy Grunge » 17 Jun 2009, 16:25

I just got done reading Afraid by Jack Kilborn. It was sooo exciting and a great book and I am currently waiting for the Supernatural Squad by Andrew Freeman to come out. It looks to have a lot of promise to it.
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Post Number:#25  Postby icandoit » 18 Jun 2009, 00:42

I am reading appretice by tees gerritsen :P
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Post Number:#26  Postby kellyyan » 18 Jun 2009, 03:32

:o Harry potter
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Post Number:#27  Postby Kyle » 23 Jun 2009, 12:48

Dracula, by Bram Stoker. Really good book, I love it.
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Post Number:#28  Postby sisterhoney61 » 24 Jun 2009, 00:43

Right now I'm in the middle of White Night by Jim Butcher, which is part of the Dresden Files series.
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Post Number:#29  Postby atrixa » 24 Jun 2009, 12:48

I'm now on to Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency by Douglas Adams. One of my charity shop finds.
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Post Number:#30  Postby AbbyInk » 25 Jun 2009, 16:40

I'm reading Troy: Shield of Thunder by David Gemmell. To be honest I picked it up at random from the library but it is turning out to be really good! I might have to check out the rest of the series.
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