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    A book you saw someone reading Calico Joe by John Grisham
    A book that will help with your career
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    A book someone recommends to you Bared to You by Sylvia Day
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    A book written by a celebrity Sister Wives by Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christing and Robyn Brown
    A book with more than 400 pages Harvesting the Heart by Jodi Picoult
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    A book by a Canadian author Birth House by Ami McKay
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    So in!
    ...and in that moment I swear we were infinite.

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    A book you chose because of the cover: That's every book I read pretty much! But, I'll go with: Mistress of my Fate by Hallie Rubenhold
    A book you saw someone reading: The Scottish Prisoner by Diana Gabaldon
    A book that will help with your career
    A book you saw on TV: Hmm, we don't have cable!
    A book with an animal on the cover: The Bird Sisters by Rebecca Rasmussen
    A book from the library: All the books I get are from the library. Most recently, Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake
    A book that is out of your comfort zone: Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
    An award-winning book: The Birth House by Ami McKay
    A book recommended by your local bookseller: A Year on Ladybug Farm by Donna Ball
    A young adult novel: Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
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    A book with more than 400 pages: The Daughters of Mars by Thomas Keneally
    A book of poetry:
    A book you heard about on the radio: Hmm, I don't listen to the radio so that may be tricky
    A book with pictures: A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
    A book recommended by your barista: I don't have one! So this may be tricky.
    A book recommended by a celebrity:
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    A book you (should have) read in high school: Persuasion by Jane Austen
    A book you would have picked up as a teenager: Demonglass by Rachel Hawkins
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    So far I have read 37 books towards my total of 150 for this year.

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    A book you chose because of the cover
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    A young adult novel - Beautiful Creatures - and the rest of the series
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    A book someone recommends to you - City of Bones
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    A book with pictures - Stevie Ray Vaughn - The Early Years
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    I got a little hung up on the Beautiful Creatures Series, now I have to stop myself from rushing out and picking up the rest of the “City of Bones“ series..... ugh.

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    A book you chose because of the cover
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    A book with an animal on the cover - Anyone But You, Jennifer Crusie
    A book from the library - Shopaholic Takes Manhattan, Sophie Kinsella
    A book that is out of your comfort zone - The Summer Book, Tove Jansson

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    A book someone recommends to you - A Discovery Of Witches, Deborah Harkness
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    A book with more than 400 pages - Her Fearful Symmetry, Audrey Niffenegger
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    A book with pictures - Skinny Italian, Teresa Giudice
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    A book 'everyone' but you has read - Confessions Of A Shopaholic, Sophie Kinsella

    I'm not quite finished Discovery of Witches, but I've really been enjoying it and want another book of hers.

    I need to fill 'young adult novel', so perhaps I'll try Beautiful Creatures next if you think it's good.

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    I'm slacking. I'm supposed to reading another textbook and don't want to. So I'm not reading. Must. Get. Through.

    I want to read Beautiful Creatures. Guess that'll be my 'everybody's read it' book

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    Quote Originally Posted by AuntPetunia View Post
    I want to read Beautiful Creatures. Guess that'll be my 'everybody's read it' book
    I liked it, obviously, as I read the entire series of 4 books in less than a week.

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    Where did you get them? Did you buy or so the library? I'm assuming I should get on the list ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AuntPetunia View Post
    Where did you get them? Did you buy or so the library? I'm assuming I should get on the list ASAP.
    I got the box set from DH for Christmas.
    I am willing to lend them out to careful readers

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    I put Beautiful Creatures on hold, but I'm not in a big hurry as I have other holds coming up from the library that I will get in the meantime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogomom View Post
    I got the box set from DH for Christmas.
    I am willing to lend them out to careful readers
    I revere books I'm going to get through this dreadful textbook and then our book club book, but I might be interested.

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    A book you chose because of the cover - Happier at Home by Gretchen Rubin
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    A book you saw on TV - Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape by Jenna Miscavige Hill
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    A book you chose because of the cover
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    ...and in that moment I swear we were infinite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogomom View Post
    I got a little hung up on the Beautiful Creatures Series, now I have to stop myself from rushing out and picking up the rest of the “City of Bones“ series..... ugh.
    Yeah - it's not going so well - I am on book 4 of the Mortal Instruments Series (City of Bones)..... BTW good books.

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    I started late but I'm on page 155 of 201 of Pride and Prejudice. Started reading it on Tuesday. Had a hard time putting it down last night. If only my eyes hadn't wanted to close.

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