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any good read?

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I love sophie kinsella books, they are a really easy read, very girly.
 
#4
I'm reading Tipping The velvet, by ..... Waters, can't remember her 1st name :/ It is fantastic, lesbian erotic 18th century.....fab ...
 
#5
Catcher in the Rye. Read it first in school and loved it!
 
#6
the girls - it is ACE. i'm a readaholic so can suggest loads.

try also: sister of my heart, martina cole books, kite runner, the ivy chronicles.
 

KD

Gone fishing
#7
The Bible. Great stories. A bit spooky and some horrors at times though:eek: But some 'nice' bits about births and cool things happening to people.

Divided into nice diddy chapters, so easy to pick up and put down :cool:

Last forever:rolleyes:
 

KD

Gone fishing
#10
The Bible. Great stories. A bit spooky and some horrors at times though:eek: But some 'nice' bits about births and cool things happening to people.

Divided into nice diddy chapters, so easy to pick up and put down :cool:

Last forever:rolleyes:
thanx everyone. am goin into town 2morrow so will see wha i can get my hands on. x
Excellent. Available at plenty of church book stalls near you.

Highly recommend Genesis. Lots of begetting and begotting. Brill :clap: ;)
 
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Agree the bible is a good place to start
I like Rebecca Shaw - nice gentle village stories (Turnham Malpas/BArleybridge stories)
I also like Edward Rutherfurd - London, SArum, The Forest - no too keen on the irish ones or the russia one - but the English ones are really interesting and epic following families from the past through to present day in all their ups and downs.
I also like Gervase Phinn for a bit of a titter - not sure whether that is more because I am a teacher but the anecdotes of classrooms are true to life and very very funny!!

Hope you find something to take your mind off it - failing that paint your nails!!
 

KD

Gone fishing
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I also like Gervase Phinn for a bit of a titter - not sure whether that is more because I am a teacher but the anecdotes of classrooms are true to life and very very funny!!
Oh yes! Me too. People usually say "Gervase who?" when I suggest that to friends. Very funny guy.
 


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