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    Question What's everyone reading at the moment?

    I've just finished "Triptych" by Karin Slaughter(I love her books!),now I'm reading "The Summer of my Greek Taverna"by Tom Stone,something a little bit different.
    What are you booklovers reading at the mo?.....

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    The Graft by Martina Cole.

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    Inkspell by Cornelia Funke, the second in the Inkheart trilogy, which is a wonderful book. It's being made into a film at the mo, to be released next year.

    I love reading kids books, makes me feel young again, and gives me something to discuss with my kids thats on their level. My ten year old has already read Inkheart.

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    oh I love Martina Cole books,have never heard of the Inkheart books(could have something to do with having no kids!).I keep meaning to read Enid Blyton books,which I loved as a child,......so little time, so many books!!!

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    I have got most of Martina coles books.....they are so well written and Im sucked into the story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janey View Post
    Anybody Out There by Marian Keyes.
    love her books!

    Just finished the second Piers Morgan book - v v funny - i love that guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janey View Post
    Anybody Out There by Marian Keyes.
    I havent read that one yet, is it good

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    I've just finished Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, and am on Chapter 2 of Unless by Carol Shields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starlight View Post
    I havent read that one yet, is it good
    Yes, it's lovely well worth reading.

    I'm a real bookworm, read most things from Jackie Collins to Jane Austen (literally!) and everything in between!!!

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    i was bought a james patterson book. the 6th target , started to read it and its about an abducted child called maddie ,will have to read it another time .
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