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  • doglover
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    How can you read so many books in a time and not confuse the stories?!

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  • Jess
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    I am reading Inkspell by Cornel Funke (sequal to Inkheart), Eargon by Christopher Paolini (FYI he iwas homeschooled like me) Taggerung by Brian Jacques (14th Redwall book) A story of a Bad Boy by Tom Bailey Aldrich (Mom gave it to me, but that is all I know about it) Ten Fingers For God by Dorothy Clake Wilson (sama as previous one)

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  • bubbie92
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    i'm reading eldest which is the sequel of eragon,wrote by christopher paolini,and i can't wait for the final harry potter book,but i still have to read the order of phoinex and the sixth one too.

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  • Miss Miff
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    I'm reading Fools Gold the first book in the Skinners of Goldfield books by Stephen Bly. Yes, I kind of like Steve's books. I'm hoping we're going to get more of his books for Christmas but it looks unlikely...

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  • EscapeGirl
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    Originally posted by GTgirl
    I'm reading Ghosts Beneath Our Feet by Betty Ren Wright. She's my favorite author. I finished The Dollhouse Murders and Ghost in the house. Also read The Scariest Night. All by Betty Ren Wright. They are all ghost mystery stories. I'm writing a report about Ghost in the House.

    Also, have you read The Secret garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett(Hope spelled it right)?
    Yes, I read it many years ago. It was a very good book.

    I am now reading Brother Odd, and, as always, the author has me hooked.

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  • GTgirl
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    I'm reading Ghosts Beneath Our Feet by Betty Ren Wright. She's my favorite author. I finished The Dollhouse Murders and Ghost in the house. Also read The Scariest Night. All by Betty Ren Wright. They are all ghost mystery stories. I'm writing a report about Ghost in the House.

    Also, have you read The Secret garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett(Hope spelled it right)?

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  • Jess
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    My book is at the same place too

    Now I am reading Inkheart by Cornelia Funke (awsome) Story of a Bad Boy by Thomas Bailey Aldrich (funny) and Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie (amazing)

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  • bread
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    i'm writing a book it's at 0% so far
    in my class 3 paragraphs of my writing makes people go crazy with laughter...
    a whole book will make them go insane...and stay insane FOREVAR!

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  • Felicitas
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    I've been reading Darren Shan's Demonata series. Very interesting. Love them to pieces.
    Eagerly awaiting Harry Potter 7(ofcourse)and the sequel to Evil Star by anthony horowitz that doesnt have a name
    Love Eragon and Eldest. Going to see the movie though it looks pants compared to the book but i can never resist going to see movies from books no matter how many times i've been disappointed.
    I'm silly.

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  • fredskywalker
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    I finally started "Pulling faces, making noises" an auto-biography by Barry Morse, you probably dont know him. I've met him in person and he really touched me.

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  • EscapeGirl
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    I'm buying the latest Dean Koontz book soon. It's called Brother Odd, and I'm very excited. I have read all of his books, and this is a sequal.

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  • Adventure
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    That's so cool Jess. How far are you with the story?

    And I am reading at the moment De lof der zotheid (The praise of folly) written by Desiderius Erasmus. He really makes me ROFL sometimes.

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  • Jess
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    I am writing a book

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  • cant touch this
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    My book

    I am reading "The Subtle Knife" By Philip Pullman. Very interesting trilogy.
    Hard to understand unless you read the first book.
    I am also a book lover
    I like the book "Eragon" hoping to see the movie!

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  • Estonian
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    I'm reading 'Eragon' too, but right now I read a book for my Historys test.. booring

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