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    Financial statements and internal documents from a company we just acquired. :sigh;

    So much for light summer reading!

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 11866
    I ready smutty romances.

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    Me too! But right now I'm reading Jude Devereaux Forever and Always trilogy. Magic Mystery and Fun!
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    I haven't picked up her latest yet...but rather addicting to those who like smutty romances or a bit of vampirish action...I highly recomment Sherilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter series. They are simple, pure fun and not really very thought provoking...well, sometimes a bit of those kind of thoughts. But they are a fun read.





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    have not read a book in my life, dont even read the paper anymore
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    I read marley and me last, a book about a michievious dog, it was fantastic and apparently its getting made into a film.

    Anyone reccomend something funny and light for me to read?

    Something I would reccomend, but its not light *at all* is 'the lovely bones' by Alice something or other.

    Its about a girl who gets killed, and she is a watching everyone that she knew when she was alive, from heaven.
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    not even a WDW guide book??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 12398
    I read marley and me last, a book about a michievious dog, it was fantastic and apparently its getting made into a film.

    Anyone reccomend something funny and light for me to read?

    Something I would reccomend, but its not light *at all* is 'the lovely bones' by Alice something or other.

    Its about a girl who gets killed, and she is a watching everyone that she knew when she was alive, from heaven.
    The Lovely Bones is a great book Josh. Very sad in places.





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    Quote Originally Posted by SleepinCatz, post: 12399
    not even a WDW guide book??????
    oh crap i got sent one by a friend and i forgot all about it, will get that out as i have a lot of time spare now.....shhhh dont tell her she will belt me
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    I misspoke. It's Odd Thomas, the first one. It's out of print! Surely your library or a used bookstore would have it?

    Life of Pi is well worth reading too.

    Light reading...hmmmm...you know Josh? I can't come up with anything I think you might like.






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    Yes, Lovely Bones was fantastic. I cried a couple times during it.

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