Tell me what you are reading

Discussion in 'Reading Pad' started by karen perry, May 4, 2014.

  1. kim21673

    kim21673 I'm slowly getting there!

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    I finished Maybe Someday, which I LOVED and started AND finished Finding Cinderella today. Another book that I loved to read!!!!

    Having a sick boy has it's pros and cons....he is sick, BUT I get lots of reading done while we are cuddling!!!

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  2. dotcomkari

    dotcomkari The Deaf Superstar

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  3. JuliettePerkins

    JuliettePerkins I eat, sleep, breathe Apple.

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    I'm reading The Bane by Kreary Taylor, it's awesome!
     
  4. Celeste

    Celeste I'm moving to Hogwarts!

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    i'm reading edge of eternity by ken follett. next up blood of olympus by rick riordan.
     
  5. bellbird

    bellbird Pollywog

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    I just finished this series too - i'm thinking my 9 y.o. could read it too - she's book crazy - maybe not the Kill Order prequel yet (i'm not finished it yet) but i agree with you - my brother apparently read it and said it was slow and boring and he didn't bother with anything past book 1 but i thought they were pretty great
     
  6. Nemla

    Nemla Stretching my skill set

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    I started " Die with me " by Elena Forbes, not to sure about it yet.
    On my kindle I was reading" Footprints of a dancer " by Bob Avey , , But gave up on it
     
  7. karen perry

    karen perry LOCK THE DOOR!

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    I'm inbetween books and need to find something to read that's already on my kindle as I'm on vacation
     
  8. lizj

    lizj Active Member

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    I am just finishing Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter. This one would make a good trip book! I loved it.
     
  9. ashleywb

    ashleywb Sand in my toes

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    Bart recommends...
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  10. zippyoh

    zippyoh Well-Known Member

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    I kissed a frog!
     
  11. buzinettescrap

    buzinettescrap I'm just a geek with dizzy feet!

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  12. scrapsandsass

    scrapsandsass Oh Ricky you're so fine ...

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    I just finished Big Little Lies. Read it in a day. Was hooked.

    Now I'm reading Cartwheel.
     
  13. debbysrose

    debbysrose Member

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    I got myself addicted to Game of Thrones and want to read all 5 books before I start watching. About 100 pages into book 5. I have Gone Girl and Outlander sitting in the queue. Will definitely be checking out some of the titles here.
     
  14. SmallMoments

    SmallMoments Are you ready for some football??

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    I'm about two pages into Maze Runner. I never have time to read until summer. But I'm trying!
     
  15. Nemla

    Nemla Stretching my skill set

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    Patrick Gale's Notes from an exhibition . Not my usual style of book, but I really like it, It is a novel about an Artist and her life, and the ones she leaves behind , both as a mourning family at her death, but also as "victims " of her mental illness , sounds grimm, but it is really well written, and I am enjoying reading it very much.
     
  16. anrobe

    anrobe YouTube addict

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    I just finished Land of Love and Drowning earlier this week and it was wonderful! I also read a book that's coming next year that I think was GREAT and I recommend you put this on your TBR for when it comes out - Above Us Only Sky by Michele Young Stone. It is wonderful!

    I'm currently reading The Children's Act which I'm liking but not loving. I have a love/hate relationship with Ian McEwan and I'm worried this one isn't going to be a love. I'm hoping it will improve because I love the premise. Something in the execution isn't working for me! But, we'll see!
     
  17. bellbird

    bellbird Pollywog

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    ATM I'm enjoying Mr Penumbra's 24hr Bookstore by Robin Sloane - it's got some mystery and geeky type romance; and they talk about fonts and stuff and it's just wonderful and intriguing. Last week I read Landline by Rainbow Rowell and it was cute and beautiful with lots of fun 80's pop culture references too. They're the best standalones i've taken on recently - i get worn out on series; after The Giver and Maze Runner Series' I just wanted something that i wouldn't feel was gonna suck up the next 2 months of my life. I did start After I'm Gone by Laura Lipman and it's been given good reviews but it wasn't for me - i don't give up often but meh, it felt like i was wasting my time
     
  18. javamonster

    javamonster Rwaarrr!

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    I've been reading Fat Vampire. It's one of those serials that Amazon produces these days, and it's pretty funny. I bought the first four books when they were on sale a while ago, and finally got around to starting it.
     
  19. debbysrose

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    I just finished my first audiobook now that I am not on a vanpool anymore got to keep myself company on the long drive. I followed a recommendation above and read On Dublin Street by Samantha Young. Very steamy! I must say listening to a sexy novel being read to you is entirely different than reading it yourself! I did really like the love story in the book.
     

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