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North and South (Oxford World's Classics) by Elizabeth Gaskell

The Summer of Secrets by Martina Reilly

Flambards Divided (Puffin Books) by K.M. Peyton

Catching Fire (The Second Book of the Hunger Games) by Suzanne Collins

Breaking Dawn (The Twilight Saga, Book 4) by Stephenie Meyer

The Light Between Oceans: A Novel by ML Stedman

Voyager by Diana Gabaldon

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Currently readingAlpana Pours: About Being a Woman, Loving Wine, and Having Great Relationships by Alpana Singh

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Also, I was just looking through your library and noticed you have several Diana Gabaldon books listed. Have you started the Outlander series yet?? Is it any good? I love long books and I LOVE LOVE LOVE historical fiction so I'm thinking this will be a good series for me. But I am a little worried that the story line (from what I know of it) is a little "outlandish" (pun fully intended). Thoughts??
Thank you!
Isn't that so funny? For like the first 100 pages of Twilight I was like, "You have GOT to be kidding me...I am embarrased reading this within the confines of my own home." In fact, I felt like I was reading in slow motion because I kept rolling my eyes. But sure enough, after the first 100 pages I found myself thinking about the book at work, wishing my boyfriend would write absurd piano songs about me (not really), perusing still shots of the movie online, and fully accepting of the fact that I was attracted to a fictitious vampire. SO RIDICULOUS!
I now own the whole series and will be starting the second book shortly. :)
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