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DS Forum Support 28-05-2012 20:27

What are you reading at the moment? (Part 4)
 
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poppycat 29-05-2012 10:10

Ooh a shiny new thread!!

Well let me be the first to 'christen' it, I'm reading The Maze Runner by James Dashner. I've had a few false starts with this book, I'm finding it too hot to read in bed and concentrate at the moment!

Salbates 29-05-2012 10:50

I'm reading 'A for Alibi' by Sue Grafton and 'Club Dead' by Charlaine Harris.

I'm enjoying A for Alibi, though I'm not sure I like the narrator very much at the moment.

I've read the Sooki Stackhouse books before and although her characters are clearly defined and I enjoy the scrapes they get into, I feel the narrative in the 'Shakespeare' stories is better written.

Tech Lover 30-05-2012 14:13

Just start reading Northern Lights by Philip Pullman.

TH14 30-05-2012 14:27

Just going to start Trainspotting

Beautiful_Harv 30-05-2012 20:06

Martina Cole- Faceless

Teddybleads 31-05-2012 00:10

Finished Master and Margarita. Bit disappointed all in all. Wotan's bacchanalian feast was interesting but I think some of the finer points of the satire on Stalinist Moscow were lost on me.

Off to the bookshop tomorrow as I find myself bookless.

InsideSoap 31-05-2012 00:24

The Make - Jessie Keane
I Heart Vegas - Lindsey Kelk
Dollhouse - The Kardashians

JESS24 31-05-2012 00:58

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Stieg Larsson
Charlotte Street - Danny Wallace
Me Before You - Jojo Moyes
About Last Night - Adele Parks

Salbates 31-05-2012 10:28

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Originally Posted by Teddybleads (Post 58526501)
Finished Master and Margarita. Bit disappointed all in all. Wotan's bacchanalian feast was interesting but I think some of the finer points of the satire on Stalinist Moscow were lost on me.

Off to the bookshop tomorrow as I find myself bookless.

How is this even possible? :eek: :D

I have a whole bookcase (electronic and paperback) of books I am yet to read :o

Teddybleads 31-05-2012 10:34

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Originally Posted by Salbates (Post 58529585)
How is this even possible? :eek: :D

I have a whole bookcase (electronic and paperback) of books I am yet to read :o

Well, I made a concerted effort to read all the books I had bought, borrowed or been given over the last two years so I have nothing unread in the house. Off to the bookshop today.

Salbates 31-05-2012 10:39

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Originally Posted by Teddybleads (Post 58529646)
Well, I made a concerted effort to read all the books I had bought, borrowed or been given over the last two years so I have nothing unread in the house. Off to the bookshop today.

You're a better person than me, I'm a hoarder. :o

Happy hunting! :D

PamelaL 01-06-2012 08:59

American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld. It's loosely based on Laura Bush.

PamelaL 01-06-2012 09:00

American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld, it's loosely based on Laura Bush.

harry*half*pint 01-06-2012 09:06

As The Crow Flies - Jeffrey Archer

demented yoyo 01-06-2012 11:37

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? - Jeanette Winterson.

Started reading it nearly a fortnight ago and have only got as far as page 30. I'm so bored with it I'm tempted to put it away and pretend I never bought it in the first place.

Lizzy11268 01-06-2012 12:55

Last of the maze runner trilogy "The Death Cure" James Dashner. Have really enjoyed these.

TOONARMY12 01-06-2012 13:02

The Missing by Jane Casey. This is the second of her books I have read (think she has only done 3). And I'm enjoying it a lot , its a stand alone mystery.

Teddybleads 01-06-2012 13:40

F Scott fitzgerald -the great gatsby

girlfrommars 01-06-2012 23:35

Just about to start ' Rivers of London' by Ben Aaronovitch.
Looks like my kind of book so fingers crossed I like his style of writing.

doublefour 02-06-2012 08:02

The Night Watch by Sarah Waters

jojo2008 02-06-2012 17:45

I'll Walk Alone by Mary Higgins Clark

seansnotmyname@ 02-06-2012 18:45

Timeline by Micheal Crichton.

crazysusan 02-06-2012 19:02

Making Money -Terry Prachett

Moist von Lipwig one of the funniest characters ever written.

Prachett is such a clever writer.:)

MissMusique 02-06-2012 19:10

I'm reading the 1st of a trilogy called Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson. Was a bit sceptical at first but I'm really enjoying it now, can't wait to find out what happens next!


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