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  1. Thanks for the info Meg, it sounds interesting and fun. So would you say i need to join the NWR in order to be able to take part in one? I've tried a google search and the only one that comes up is NWR.
  2. Does anyone know of or belong to a postal book group? I would be interested in finding out more about it.
  3. Thanks for the merge David. Seems like a pretty close call between those who do and those who dont?
  4. I'm would be interested to know how many of our members generally have more than one book on the go at a time? It appears from your posts that many of you do.....I cant seem to cope with doing this, I like to finish one before starting another, even if i'm not really enjoying my current read. I wonder if this puts me in the minority or if others feel the same as me or what you all might have to say about this?
  5. I have indeed noticed the Rescued Threads Stewart. At least that explains it, thanks!
  6. Hi, I thought I'd better introduce myself properly seeing as i've now made 3 nominations for the July/Aug read. I'm Carole, single parent, living in Berkshire, and reading is my escape. I came across this site while searching for an online book group as I really enjoy being able to discuss what i've read. My tastes are varied and i'm always willing to try someone else's suggestions. Another reason that i enjoy this site so much. Just one question on a 'housekeeping' note: I originally joined the site last year under the username of Caroley. I then moved house and was without
  7. I'd like to nominate Captain Corelli's Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres although I appreciate that many of you will have already read it...i notice there is a thread devoted to it. Its one of my favorite films but i've not read the book which is supposed to be even better than the film i'm told. I'd also like to nominate Dr Zhivago by Boris Pasternak. This is another of my all time favorite films but likewise i've never read the book. Oh and one other i've just thought of....another of my favourite films and i read the book at school.. Far From The Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy So th
  8. Thanks Ruth I think I'll await your feed back with regards this one. Crayon: I couldn't agree more with regards the repetive nature of the legal theme etc....
  9. I've just read The Pact, My Sister's Keeper and then Vanishing Acts one after the other. Although i'd say they were all enjoyable in their own right by the time i'd got to the third one i was a bit bored with the repeated theme of court room drama. I've just taken The Tenth Circle out of the library but somehow cant face it yet as i have a feeling its going to be along the same lines. The crime here is rape. Anyone read it yet?
  10. Although I appreciate that this might not be everyones cup of tea....I for one thoroughly enjoyed this.... I was surprised to note that we dont appear to have any Catherine Cookson readers as members? Although I thought this was better than CC.
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