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About Cadenza

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  • Birthday 01/22/1994
  1. Hi, noticed you visited my page and we share the same birthday! Happy really belated birthday to you, hope you had a good one. x

  2. Film Tie-In Book Covers

    I agree with a couple of earlier posts i enjoyed the film of New Moon a lot more than the book.
  3. Candeza's Book Log 2010

    TBR Pile Red - Books I need to get hold of Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte Atonement - Ian McEwan A Place Called Here - Cecelia Ahern The Magician's Guild - Trudi Canavan Sophie's World - Jostein Gaarder The Book Thief - Mark Zusak Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte Agnes Grey - Anne Bronte Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen 1984 - George Orwell Bleak House - Charles Dickens The Hobbit - JRR Tolkein Emma - Jane Austen Persuasion - Jane Austen The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde
  4. Candeza's Book Log 2010

    So.. I haven't been on here for a while but i thought i should catch up and see what new reads i can pick up! This year i'm aiming to read lots of classics. Currently Reading Nefertiti - Michelle Moran January Pride and Predjudice - Jane Austen Eclipse - Stephenie Meyer Breaking Dawn - Stephenie Meyer The Catcher in the Rye - J.D Salinger
  5. Cadenza's Reading Blog 2009

    I haven't been on much recently because of various things so i'll just put up the book I have been reading most recently: Finished: The Boy In the Striped Pyjamas - John Boyne 8/10 Started: Labyrinth - Kate Mosse I'm going to be reading this as an ongoing book as it is quite long so I will be reading something else as well (to be decided)
  6. Meg Cabot

    I also love her Princess Diaries but am not such a fan of her others and never really got into them, although I have read Teen Idol which was good.
  7. Cadenza's Reading Blog 2009

    I don't usually read autobiographies so this was a change for me but I found that it was a really heart warming story that made me wish I had a dog! I would be crying one minute and laughing the next. Serious issues and life changing moments were dealt with sensitively and the ending was sentimental but not cheesy! There was a naice balance of dog and family issues considering when you approach the book you expect it all to be about Marley. Only bad point was that at time it got a little tedious, especially in the middle. A really good read I would recommend to anyone. 8/10 I am starting to read Dracula by Bram Stoker now. What did anyone else think of Dracula?
  8. Hi all

    Hi Joy, welcome to the forum Which is your favourite Twilight book?
  9. Robin Hood back on Saturday finally

    I'm also looking forwards to the new series but I don't understand how it can carry on without marian (sp)?
  10. Primeval - Rarrrrrr!

    I can't wait till primeval starts again but i'm annoyed too that it is on at the same time as Robin Hood!
  11. Neighbours

    poor Susan....
  12. Adverts you like/dislike?

    The new dairy milk advert with the eyebrows is really weird
  13. Musicals

    Yes I've seen it twice and really want to go again but the theater is so expensive
  14. Musicals

    Has anyone seen the musical Wicked? I love it, the songs are awsome! Among other favourites are: The Sound Of Music Oliver My Fair Lady
  15. Neighbours

    Bree Timmins My Mum mentioned that - how its all been done before, and she couldn't remember the name either. Hope that helped