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    I'm all out of books again sigh

    Just finished the chicagoland vampire series as recommend by foreverducky (thanks! they were brilliant!)

    also finished the die for me series by amy plum which was weird but fun

    Some more vampire books would be good

    So, what are you all reading at the moment and how do you keep your reading list full? I HATE it when I get to the end of a book and have nothing else to start reading
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    I cant wait until I dont work from home anymore so on my break I can actually sit down and have a break and read and not do laundry or prepare dinner lol
    I am going through a phase of reading books I wish I had read as a child so I have recently read all of the Narnia books.
    I then moved over to HG wells and now a little disney inspired The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

    I love my iPad and I always have a few hundred books loaded up and ready to go, my problem is always choosing from the list

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    my latest book is CHOKED BY TANIA CARVER A REALY SCARY STORY





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    Have you read the game of thrones series? Jon's reading those ATM














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    This may not interest you, but I'm reading 'The Devil Wears Prada', to get ready for the new one that's being released.

    I've also got the new Dan Brown all ready to read on the plane :)



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    Silent Spring by Rachel Carson

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    Chick lit at the moment its a good old romance. I somehow don't think you'd enjoy it but Helen might its Jill Mansells latest









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    I love a good crime thriller! I'm just reading Black Widow by Jessie Keane at the moment, she's a similar writer to Martina Cole...crime, gangs, murder. I've read the Roy Grace series by Peter James up to date so far, and am waiting 'til his new paperback is released in October or thereabouts. I love his books as they're set in the local area. James Patterson is another I like, and have one of his lined up for when I finish my current read. Chick lit for when I have to fill in the gaps, and the odd true story here and there. I also like reading wartime stories, usually London based, the struggles and love stories during the war....that type of things. When I was younger I used to love true crime stories, non-fiction, and the forensics that went alongside those....not sure I could handle them now though! Oh, horror and supernatural, I read a few of those in my younger days and I *KNOW* I can't cope with them now!




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    I had wanted to reread The Great Gatsby before I saw the movie, but didn't get the chance to, so I've just finished reading it (& honestly I love it even more at this age than I did in high school). On a bit of a Fitzgerald kick. I'm going to read Save Me The Waltz by F. Scott's wife Zelda, and then Tender is the Night by the man himself. Could lead to more by him. I'd only ever read Gatsby before and I'm finding I really like his writing style.


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    I bought World War Z today. I'm looking forward to starting it tonight.





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