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About BookGeek20

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    Settling In
  • Birthday 06/12/1989

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    The Girl Who Saved The King Of Sweden- Jonas Jonasson
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  • Location:
    Guernsey, Channel Islands
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    Reading, Writing, Drawing, Music, Going Out, Friends, Acting, Movies
  1. Not exactly new but..

    Thanks so much Signor Athena, you really need to read it! It had me hooked from the first chapter. I will probably buy the next couple in the series when it gets to winter time which is when its perfect to snuggle up by the fire and read
  2. Sophie Kinsella

    I've read most of the shopaholic series and I loved those books, I think I still have them poking around somewhere, they might be worth a re read, I have read a couple of her other books but I've got so many other books to read too!
  3. Sophie Kinsella

    Ah perfect! I just finished reading Wedding Night. And let me tell you it was a lovely easy light hearted read, and I really enjoyed the whole book. I could kind of guess how it was going to end, but I like books that can be reliable and a little bit predictable with lots of drama and fun along the way. I would recommend it as a break between other books I.e. read it after a good crime thriller or a fantasy type book as it just provides a nice bit of girlie escapism.
  4. Not exactly new but..

    ah yes Wedding Night was a amazingly good read, just finished it this evening, really good and left me with that warm girlie glow inside, i love it when books do that, I would recommend it! It took me about 6 days to read it but only because I am so busy and can only read in my lunch hour or when i have some time after work. As for the dystopian esque teen book before that one it was called Gone by Michael Grant and I was considering whether to buy the next book in the series, but I have so many books to read that I want to read all those first! Thanks Julie, Guernsey is a lovely place to live, but as everywhere else it has its ups and downs!
  5. Not exactly new but..

    Thanks all Iam glad to be back, as for my current read I am reading Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella. I needed a chick lit after reading a rather intense dystopian teen book O_o
  6. Not exactly new but..

    Hi all, I joined this forum 2 years ago and kind of didnt post for a very long time, but now I am getting back into my books and well I thought I should come back to this wonderful place where I really enjoyed being a part of a wider community to talk about my love for all things liteary. So yea, hi again I guess! Hopefully this time I won't disappear into obscurity this time! But since last time, I passed my driving test, broke up with my ex, and a year later am in a new relationship, I work full time but I would like a new job.
  7. Has been a very long time since I last posted on here, though I should come back!

  8. Has been a very long time since I last posted on here, though I should come back!

  9. Finished Into The Darkest Corner today, was a crackingly good read! Finished it in three days! :) Hunger games was awesome too. Now time to relax before monday... :/

  10. is hoping to go see the hunger games this afternoon, if only my cousin would hurry up and let me know what time we were going!!

  11. Cannot put down Into the Darkest Corner, my mum read it in four days!

  12. Has got a huge TBR pile, better start now!

  13. Has got a huge TBR pile, better start now!

  14. Absolutely hooked on The Hunger Games books :D

  15. I am writing again! :)