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What are you reading at the moment?

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Just finished up Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, on to the third. Starting to see why this series was so popular. The characterization is outstanding.

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The Woman in Black by Susan Hill 

Love this woman's spooky storytelling. Also, yet another prime example of book being superior to the film adaptation. 

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On 28/09/2017 at 1:15 AM, hirondelle said:

Urgh no, his voice is dripping with pretentious smuggery :roffles:

I like his pretentious smuggery. But, I'm both those things, so...yeah.

I'm presently reading Chocolat by Joanne Harris

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Just finished Split Second by Douglas E Richards  Havnt chosen next book yet.

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The Lord of Chaos.....Robert Jordan - Wheel of Time book 6....

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Mistborn, by Brandon Sanderson

Edgedancer, by Brandon Sanderson

The Demon Awakens, by R.A. Salvatore

 

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Bone Baby by Diane M Dickinson just finished, starting: the game you played b y Anni Taylor

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