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We originally made you a pineapple fruit cake, but there was a slight accident. A very yummy accident.

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WHAT ARE YOU READING?


Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - second time

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almost done with the first Lotr :D

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Desmond_Pen wrote:

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - second time




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Desmond_Pen wrote:

 

Desmond_Pen wrote:

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - second time




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Love is patient, love is kind, love is slowly going out of your mind.

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Will start Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince tomorrow. This means I will reach my goal of re-reading all 6 books prior to the publication of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

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It Doesn't Matter Who We Were Before ...

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Stephen King 1408

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Love is patient, love is kind, love is slowly going out of your mind.

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I am now finished reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. I'm going to start a discussion thread, but I won't be in it all week as I will be leaving town tomorrow. Spoiler warnings will be in the title.

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At the time I'm sadly out of readin material. I'm thinking I should hit the HP train, and start reading them. My sis has them all, and I know I can borrow them from her.

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I'm with snootch, have never read the books but will def be trying to get my hands on them as so i can read them... only found the films acouple weeks ago(never seen them before that, not even a second) and have fallen in love, can't wait to read the books!!!!!

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Kate will be happy to know that I just finished reading High Five. wink

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nice job Island! did you like it? have you read any of the other books yet?

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I'm just reading The Almost Moon by Alice Sebold atm, only started it last night...

Next on the list is the His Dark Materials Trilogy by Philip Pullman, once i can track down a copy!!!

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I read The Golden Compass. Very interesting. Kind of depressing.

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I've heard nothing but the best things about the books, but nothing but the worst things about the movie!!!!

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I haven't seen the movie, not really sure  if I want to or not. I like the big screen, so it would be better than a DVD, but I might just wait.

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Desmond_Pen wrote:

I haven't seen the movie, not really sure  if I want to or not. I like the big screen, so it would be better than a DVD, but I might just wait.



Having not read the books yet, nor seen the movie i can't confirm this for sure.. but i hear it from sourses i trust dearly that they've left the last 10 odd chapters of the book out of the movie!!



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Desmond_Pen wrote:

I read The Golden Compass. Very interesting. Kind of depressing.




I read it in 6th grade. I loved the trilogy back then, and contrary to many peoples' beliefs about the books, they did not make me any less Christian. I don't want to see the movie because I liked the books so much.



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Twilight, next New Moon

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I just finished "Trickster's Queen" by Tamora Pierce. I'm glad I read it and then I'm not glad I read it. It's a good book. I love her characters. Start with the Song of the Lioness quartet though. Then read the Immortals quartet, followed by the Protector of the Small series and then Trickster's Choice and Trickster's Queen. Same world and you encounter a lot of the same characters throughout each series so it's good to start with the beginning and know the backstory on all the characters. (Trust me. She likes to reference events that you read about in past series in the later ones.)

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Yay Lost!!

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I just saw the new Stephanie Plum Fearless Fourteen is out... have you read it Kate?

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Fearless Fourteen? that came out on the 17th and i finished reading it the same daybiggrin.gif

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I've been reading a lot lately. I just barely (like less than 10 minutes ago) finished "Stoneheart" by Charlie Fletcher. It's the first of a trilogy. I bought the second one but I haven't started it yet. I like the premise of the book. It's fairly unusual. And it's set in London so it's really fun to read it and be able to just see instantly what he's talking about when he references something I know.

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Love is patient, love is kind, love is slowly going out of your mind.

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I just finished the books published thus far in the series "Charlie Jackson and the Olympians." It's a fun series and really entertaining. The premise is great and gives the author instant access to a rich mythology from which to draw for storylines and characters.

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