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grace_a88

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  • Birthday 04/08/1988

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  1. I read Wuthering Heights for the first time when I was sixteen and didn't appreciate it at all. I found it difficult to get to grips with the dark characters and I found it hard to care about what happened to them. However I have since reread the novel a number of times and with each reading I seem to appreciate it more and more.
  2. Hey everyone, my name is Grace and I am a 21 year old student. I was a member a few years ago but did not post that often so I thought that I would reintroduce myself. I am a big Jane Austen fan but enjoy other genres too. I am looking forward to joining in on the discussions here.
  3. I am a fan of Karin Slaughter's novels however I felt that this was not as good as the previous ones. For me there was something missing although I cannot pinpoint what that something was. Still a good read for Karin Slaughter fans though.
  4. I couldn't agree more I felt upon picking it up that it would be an easy chick-lit read but i found myself liking it more and more. I was wary of the style of the writing but i soon got used to the letters and emails and I thought that it added to the story.
  5. I started with A Faint Cold Fear and then went to the beginning and worked my way through. I recommend that as although the previous books aren't as good they are well worth a read and they help you to understand things that occur in later books. Hope that helps.
  6. The Dive from Clausen's Pier - Ann Packer
  7. Original Prankster- The Offspring
  8. My Sister's Keeper- Jodi Picoult
  9. Leaving on a Jet Plane- Chantal Kreviazuk
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