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Fridayschild wrote: »
Please may I join too. It's interesting seeing what everyone else is reading as well as finding new suggestions.
I've set my goal at 45 books this year as I've a bit more time for reading these days.
I have also recently embraced e audiobooks for the first time, and have found them a nice alternative to the radio or music, especially when I'm doing things that don't require lots of concentration.
So far in 2020:
The Silence of the Girls, Pat Barker
Platform Seven, Louise Doughty
An Uncommon Reader, Alan Bennett
Twas the Nightshift before Christmas, Adam Kay
The Winter Ghosts, Kate Mosse
Snap, Belinda Bauer
and currently reading Billy Connolly, Tall Tales and Wee Stories
Once upon a River, Diane Setterfield
Hercule Poirot's Christmas, Agatha Christie
Ms_Potato_Head wrote: »
Ooh may I join? I'm a newbie trawling the forums for a challenge to join and this one looks right up my street! I can only read about one book a month as I'm also studying. I'm just reading the books I already own for now.
My first one of the year was The Testament by John Grisham - good fun!
Pollyflinders wrote: »
The Call the Midwife trilogy is sooo heavy that I ended up with one aching thumb and a painful elbow! Sounds pathetic, eh?
I started rereading Cold Comfort Farm last night. I can remember finding it amusing; now it seems pretentious and totally dated. I don't think I'll continue.
Fridays child, Silence of the Girls was my favourite book of last year.
JackieO wrote: »
Just read Transcription by Kate Atkinson it was my book club book and I really enjoyed it, a great twist at the end as well
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