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On Friday I started reading;

Fantastic Federer by Chris Bowers
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3 books in 5 weeks is very impressive!  Very Happy  Yes, the first one is good.  I've kept having a look at where my hubby's up to in the books and just reading a few pages Whistle  He's currently on the last book himself Frown then I have to give them back to a friend who lent them us.  Just might have to go out and buy my own copies cmon yeah 

Yes definately go and buy your own Very Happy

See, this is the real reason why me and Neil didn't work ... he had alot to live up too.  He wasn't six foot tall, he didn't have red hair, he wasn't left handed, he wasn't a left handed swordsman, he couldn't speak half a million languages and basically he wasn't the perfect Scotsman ever known to man (or fiction).  Whistle
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Yes definately go and buy your own Very Happy

See, this is the real reason why me and Neil didn't work ... he had alot to live up too.  He wasn't six foot tall, he didn't have red hair, he wasn't left handed, he wasn't a left handed swordsman, he couldn't speak half a million languages and basically he wasn't the perfect Scotsman ever known to man (or fiction).  Whistle

OMG Amy, Neil & you never stood a chance! lol  But then with priceless lines like 'when the day shall come that we do part, if my last words are not "I love you", you'll ken it was because I didna have time.' wub nobody would!!!!!

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HA! I could be well more charming than that Wink lol


Do you think Diana Gabaldon is the author's real name? Wink
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OMG Amy, Neil & you never stood a chance! lol  But then with priceless lines like 'when the day shall come that we do part, if my last words are not "I love you", you'll ken it was because I didna have time.' wub nobody would!!!!!



Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww I love that quote!  I need that book back  Whistle
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HA! I could be well more charming than that Wink lol


Do you think Diana Gabaldon is the author's real name? Wink

And no, I'm afraid you wasn't up to that standard Wink  Perhaps you should read the books and get some tips Whistle
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Well shows how much you know.... :p
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Actually, having experienced both .... I know Wink
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English Literature and Language A2 revision book
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im a reader myself and im keen on crimis, so im reading 'all that remains'- patricia cornwell
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HA! I could be well more charming than that Wink lol


Do you think Diana Gabaldon is the author's real name? Wink

Jamie Fraser is so much more than charming! wub And yes I think that Diana Gabaldon is her real name.
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English Literature and Language A2 revision book

I've read that! Quite racy, isn't it Wink

Currently reading - The Boleyn Inheritance. Bit of Phillippa Gregory "history". It's trashy, but I quite like it.
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I've read that! Quite racy, isn't it Wink


My blushes redden at the turn of every page
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Alexander Cordell - Song of the Earth

Hasn't grabbed me quite as quickly as Rape of the Fair Country and Hosts of Rebecca did, but I'm still in love with the way he writes. It just beautiful beautiful prose. Has anyone else read any of these? (Wondering if you have to be Welsh/to have lived in Wales to 'get' them).
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I loved the first two, haven't managed to get hold of Song of the Earth yet...

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