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    Off to Work! Eli's Avatar
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    I finished Me Before You last night. I enjoyed it, but now I'm at a loss as to what to read from here.



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    Being the person you didn't think I was Millie's Avatar
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    I just started "The Martian."

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    Being the person you didn't think I was Millie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarsparilla View Post
    I'm reading the second book in the Riverman trilogy. Desolately excellent.
    Oooo, that does look good!

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    I'm re-reading the Outlander series, but fitting in the novellas and Lord John books in order. I'm almost done with Outlander now.

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    Just finished a good one: Bellweather Rhapsody by Kate Racculia

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    Landline was fine, but I didn't love it the way some of the reviewers did...

    I think John Green's Paper Towns is next for me! :)

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    It's BEN and Jerry, not GWEN and Jerry! Catamount's Avatar
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    Oh, I loved Eleanor and Park! (I liked Sharp Objects, too, better than Gone Girl.) I just started the NPH "Choose Your Own Autobiography." I adore him, and the book is really fun.

    My brother got me the sequel to King Dork for Christmas (I didn't even know there was a sequel! ) and I'm trying to decide if I need to read King Dork again before I start it, because it's been a few years. In either case, I need to renew my library card as soon as possible, because we are almost done with the latest audiobook in The 39 Clues series and if I don't get the next one, the kids and I will have to talk to each other while riding in the car. :rafm
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    I'm reading Breach of Promise. I love Anne Perry's William Monk series (thank you Sars for this tip) but I'm struggling with this book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiftOfFlavor View Post
    I read the other two books by the gone girl author this week - Sharp Objects and Dark Places.

    Gone girl seemed the tamest of the trilogy!!!!

    Is it a trilogy, like you have to read them in a certain order, together? Or are you just using trilogy to refer to the fact that there are 3 of them....because I recently grabbed Dark Places because it sounded good and was cheap. But I haven't read Sharp Objects, and hadn't planned on it!
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