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Black mirror by Gail Jones

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CollectionsYour library (455)

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Tagsfiction (296), non-fiction (126), fantasy (84), (77), short stories (47), graphic novel (34), love (30), autobiography (26), politics (25), poor lifestyle choices (23) — see all tags

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About my libraryThese are all the books that I've read since I joined.

I'm trying to only put books on here that I read cover to cover, which means that many of my 'work' books don't make it onto the list.



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Member sinceMay 27, 2007

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Sky, thanks for your response. When I get a bit more time, I'll come back to your PhD topic. I'm intrigued. It's not my normal realm but I'm curious about many things. I hope you get some pleasure reading time now. Best, Lois
Hi, I saw your rating of Gail Jones's Black Mirror and just wanted to share that I gave it a coveted 5 stars. I think she is bloody brilliant and it was the last of her novels I had to read (had a friend in Sydney send this to me as it's not available outside of Australia). I'm reading her short fiction now. Btw, what's your PhD on? if you don't mind my asking. (the link to your blog didn't seem to work). We don't share that many books, but of the ones we do, it certainly is an eclectic mix. Best, Avaland
Hi, happy to meet you here
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