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July 14, 2009

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I've read The Book Thief, it's one of my favourite books.
Anne Franks dairy is pretty good too..

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I think he's on page 439.


I think that he is on page 547

I guess 705...if memory serves, it's a pretty chunky book!

Page 488

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I think he is on page 388

Wow, I feel like a proper geek. I've read two out of these books! Twoooo!

'The book thief' = amazing.

'What I think about...' = Really good.

Cool!

Page 511

Cath

paaage...461 :)

I feel a trip to the library coming on...

I think Gav's on page 743

Im inspired to read everything now): even if im not going on a holiday, would that ruin the fun of it?
I'm guessing Gav's on page... 655?

page 465 :)
i've read the book thief! it's incredibleee

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Gav is on page 741 I reckon

Gav is on page 554

I reckon page 372.

Good books to read on holiday - where do you start? Jean-Dominique Bauby: The Diving-Bell And The Butterfly - writer's body is paralysed in a French hospital, but his mind flies from richly detailed memories to wild imagination to wryly funny descriptions of hospital life. Libby Purves: More Lives Than One - English teacher takes a group of schoolchildren to Venice, in this sad, beautiful, disturbing and inspiring novel. Bill Bryson: The Lost Continent - DO NOT read this travel book to anyone driving a car, as it can cause them to laugh so much they crash. Terry Pratchett: Guards! Guards! - the City Watch are a straggle of incompetents led by a drunk, so how can they go about arresting the huge dragon that's attacking the city? William Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing - very silly, but the sunniest bit of chick-lit ever written. C S Lewis: The Great Divorce - off-beat, thought-provoking novel about a bus-load of people from Hell visiting Heaven. BUT - if you want an appropriate book to read in a leaky tent on Dartmoor, you can't beat Laura Ingalls Wilder's book The Long Winter.

I think he's on page 721!

Page 453!

758!

If Gav thinks Stephen King is good, he should try Stephen Laws. Best horror writer I ever read. How about page 666?

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Paaaage 488?

Page 747?

784 is my guess.

Great read: The Shadow Of The Wind by Carlos Ruis Zafon (I have probably spelt his name wrong!! Sorry)

And

The Lovely Bones - Alice Seabold

These are just a couple that popped into my head.
Have a nice day y'all!

Page 730?

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he must be finished by now! Loved Christine! But Stephen King's new stuff really isn't as good. Tell him to try Pet Semetary {sic}
that's ace.

oooh, i'll have a bash at page 703, i hope i'm a mile out - if it's a page either way i'll kick myself - ouch!

I think he is on page 547

i think page 440

Page 298 ????

324? :D

654

I think Gav's on page 701

i think he's on page 428

527

Could be 621?? I also read the Book Thief, realllyy good. I cried. Boyh beacuse is said and I didn't want the book to end. hehehehe

He's on page 621

If he's got the same copy as my ex then it's 459!

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