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June - The Time Traveler's Wife

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June - The Time Traveler's Wife

Post Number:#1 by awelker
» 10 Jun 2007, 16:10

Ok so there was a forum for this book but i don't know what happened to it so here it goes.

This months book is the Time Travler's Wife. I think this is a exceptional book and I find myself not being able to put it down. This is probably one of my favorite books that i have read so far this year.

What does everyone else think so far?
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Post Number:#2 by andrewswife
» 10 Jun 2007, 17:25

I think that the book is great. I didn't really know anything about it, and it had been awhile since I'd read the description on the back, so I just jumped into it. I am almost done with it because I too can't put it down.
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Post Number:#3 by bibliolatrist
» 10 Jun 2007, 17:52

I couldn't put it down either - I was amazed by how good it was.
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Post Number:#4 by awelker
» 10 Jun 2007, 18:27

me and my cousin were out by the pool today and i sat there, got fried and read. it is so good.
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Post Number:#5 by sleepydumpling
» 11 Jun 2007, 00:59

I loved this book - it had me heartily in love with Henry and Claire very early on. But I must admit, I wish someone had warned me it was so sad at the end - I literally cried until I threw up and gave myself a migraine!
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Post Number:#6 by Sofia
» 14 Jun 2007, 11:35

ok....I'm going to jump on the bandwagon here...according to my library website this book is sitting on the shelf...hopefully it'll still be there at 3:30 this afternoon :wink: :D
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Post Number:#7 by knightss
» 14 Jun 2007, 12:07

awesome =)
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Post Number:#8 by sleepydumpling
» 15 Jun 2007, 05:43

Sofia it's a great book, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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Post Number:#9 by Weave
» 15 Jun 2007, 12:51

I read it last year and gave my copy to someone, so I bought a new copy recently.

I LOVED this book, it was wonderful to read, very different from anything I have read before.

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Post Number:#10 by Sofia
» 18 Jun 2007, 08:02

ok....this started out good, but I am about halfway thru now and it is starting to drag......I hope it picks up soon!! :?
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Post Number:#11 by awelker
» 18 Jun 2007, 09:03

i didn't find that it draged. i found that i couldn't put it down.
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Post Number:#12 by Sofia
» 18 Jun 2007, 09:36

at this point I can take it or leave it...but because I "accidently" read some of the posts about it already, I'll keep going :wink:
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Post Number:#13 by sleepydumpling
» 20 Jun 2007, 06:54

I never felt it dragged at all either. Quite the opposite, I ate every sentence up hungrily!
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Post Number:#14 by Sofia
» 20 Jun 2007, 09:35

I guess it's only me then :?
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Post Number:#15 by awelker
» 20 Jun 2007, 12:29

yep it seems that it is only you!!
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