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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 8th, '19, 22:10    


wulfilalice
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I'd totally give up on that book too. the prize goes to you, Sanssouci

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 9th, '19, 11:58    


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The Girl Who Drank The Moon - what an interesting title!

Sanssouci, wow, props to you!

I am hoping to be reading a lot on my bus ride to the Netherlands this weekend :D

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 10th, '19, 01:54    


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I finished Gwendolen. It was pretty stinky. Now I am reaing The Victorian Fairy Tale Book. It's pretty thick with small print, so I think I will be working on it for a long time.

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 10th, '19, 19:29    


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She, Gwendolen, will be very happy you finished reading her story. LoL :mcheh:

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 10th, '19, 23:20    


Sanssouci
OMG, that made me laugh so much!

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 11th, '19, 07:30    


MissNikki
Glad I could give you a giggle :mcheh: :qh:

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 12th, '19, 19:33    


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I finished the book I was reading, which was by Graham Norton (if you don't know him, he's a celebrity here with his own chat show and he was an actor/comedian for a short while). Predictably, it was just okay. He's an intelligent enough man but just made a pretty flat, predictable story when trying to write a thriller.

Now I'm moving on to the most recent Murakami, Killing Commendatore. He's my favourite writer but I'm a bit nervous because it had a low rating on goodreads. A lot of the reviews also said that they didn't like 1Q84 either, however, and I did really like that book, so I'm hoping I will still enjoy this one as well.

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 14th, '19, 14:36    


LittleJulez
Holding my thumbs for you, jacob, that it turns out to be better than said in the reviews :)!

I was reading "Off Leash" on my phone, but I dropped it. I think that's the second book ever which I started and did not finish (first one being Moby Dick). It is horrible.

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 26th, '19, 15:35    


Sanssouci
I'm still working on The Victorian Fairy Tale Book. I like it, but I don't love it, and the print is small, so it's taking me a long time.

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 Post subject: Re: The 2019 Reading Challenge
Post Posted: May 26th, '19, 19:19    


wulfilalice
I read Wilde's 'The Importance of Being Earnest' yesterday

currently reading 'Sea of Rust'. doesn't look like I'll give up this time



Sanssouci wrote:
I'm still working on The Victorian Fairy Tale Book. I like it, but I don't love it, and the print is small, so it's taking me a long time.
oh do you have to take frequent breaks?


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I was reading "Off Leash" on my phone, but I dropped it. I think that's the second book ever which I started and did not finish (first one being Moby Dick). It is horrible.
I had it on my to-read list because the concept seemed interesting but I'm not sure anymore

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