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Member sinceJan 28, 2011

Currently readingThe Moon Cake by Joy Cowley
Gregor the Overlander: Book One in the Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins
The Name of this Book Is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch

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I can't believe this isn't you.
Crumble, Tumble - oh, my, well,what can I say about that? It's all just so, so too, too divine.
Wow! That's a lot of books. How do you keep them straight? I'd be confused.
Hello, Miss Crumble Tumble,

How's it going? I see you have James and the Giant Peach and Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret in your library. Have I ever told you that those are two of my favourite books ever? I think they are both so terrific. Right now I'm reading a very long book by Charles Dickens. Sometimes it's really interesting, but sometimes I have no idea what is going on! What are you reading these days?
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