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Old 03-01-2010, 08:31 AM   #1
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Another month of sharing what we are reading. I don't know about you all, but I'm so happy it's finally March!


I am about 3/4 of the way through My Horizontal Life by Chelsea Handler. She is hilarious!

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Old 03-01-2010, 01:47 PM   #2
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The Winter Olympics, and the Olympic read-a-thon, end, and I started in with Capture by Robert Tannenbaum
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Well the title still says February

I'm in transition of books currently, but I plan on starting the Beach House by Jane Green here soon.
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ahh! bummer! thank you for pointing that out LuckyJules! Perhaps a mod can fix that? I tried but it wouldn't let me.
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1984 by George Orwell

I have a whole list of books to read.
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I just finished The Shining before bed last night, and am planning on starting Sarah's Key by Tatiana De Rosnay. I went a little book happy at Chapters (Canada's version of Borders), I bought 3 novels and about 6 crossword puzzle books. What can I say I'm a nerd.
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I finished the Twilight saga last night. It started going downhill for me in the third book. The ending of the fourth book, and thus the whole saga, was a let down. Quite the fizzle.

Overall the books were ok but I'm glad I'm done.

I'm giving my eyes a rest for a couple days and plan to start Palimpsest by Catherynne Valente next.

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I finished 2 books recently:

A Friend of the Family - loved this one! My only complaint was there was such a powerful build-up, the actual "mystery" might have been a let down (2 mysteries actually). But, just great characters, great pacing, great suspense, great writing.

Little Face - I've read two books recently by this author and really liked them. This book was INFURIATING. The ending pissed me off so much, it was a huge cheat. I would give this book 2 stars, great writing, crap story.
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I've just finished "The Gargoyle" by Andrew Davidson which I really enjoyed ... maybea wee bit gruesome at the beginning and the end .....but well worth it for the rest!

And I've started "Lacuna" by Barbara Kingsolver ...
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I've just finished "The Gargoyle" by Andrew Davidson which I really enjoyed ... maybea wee bit gruesome at the beginning and the end .....but well worth it for the rest!...
The Gargoyle is next on my list, and I have a feeling I will be starting it very soon, as I am flying through Sarah's Key.
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I just finished Wesley the Owl, by Stacey O'Brien.

I found it at the grocery store one night and I told myself it would last me at least a week. It lasted one night.

It is a quick read about a young biologist who adopts an orphaned and physically challenged owl at 3 days old. He, Wesley the owl, lived for 19 years. It was amazing to read how devoted the biologist and the owl were to one another.
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Just finished Sarah's Key this morning. I recommend it, it is an emotional read, but I couldn't put it down, only stopped reading when I was on the verge of sleep. As stated above I'm about to start The Gargoyle.
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Just finished Sarah's Key this morning. I recommend it, it is an emotional read, but I couldn't put it down, only stopped reading when I was on the verge of sleep. As stated above I'm about to start The Gargoyle.
Hope you enjoy it ..... I do know a couple of people that hated it and a couple who loved it ..... let me know what you think .....
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