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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! :D 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. :D

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hi bookgeek! welcome back :)

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Hey there!  Welcome back, good to see you!  :welcome2:

 

What are you reading?  :)

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Welcome back! I joined in January 2013 so I don't think I've seen you before nor you me, but it's good to see you anyway :).

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Thanks all :D 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

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Welcome back !

 

I see you're from Guernsey ..wow, what a beautiful place to call Home !

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I don't believe we've met, but Hi!

 

 after reading a rather intense dystopian teen book O_o

Which one????

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I love Sophie Kinsella's books! I haven't yet read Wedding Night but read a lot of her older ones. Are you enjoying Wedding Night? I'd also like to know which dystopian you just finished.

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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!

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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!

 

It sounds interesting!  Wow- there are a lot of them!

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I have Gone by Michael Grant on my TBR. My copy has really cool yellow pages. I'm glad you liked the book.

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Thanks so much Signor :D

 

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 :)

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