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Fridayschild wrote: »
I am miffed that the Thousand Ships book recommended earlier is not available in my library (or any in the county).
Elsien I think you can order it through SELMS which is an inter library loan scheme which operates across counties. Not sure if you can do it online but your local library should be able to organise it for you. I've used it in the past for study books but it should work for any book loan.
VfM4meplse wrote: »
Just a quick post about one of the best books I read last year, 8/10:
I don't think the author is a brilliant writer, but the (true) story is compelling.
ziggy2407 wrote: »
What a fab thread - can I join please?
I love reading and discovering new authors, last year I set myself a target of 52 books and actually read 62, so this years target is set at 60. I particularly love crime and thrillers, my favourite author is James Patterson. I have a bookcase groaning in my attic but tend to have a few books on order from the library and have also set myself the challenge this year that I WILL NOT buy any books at all.
So far this year I've read:
No Other Darkness - Sarah Hilary
Tastes Like Fear - Sarah Hilary
The Stranger Diaries - Elly Griffiths
Quieter Than Killing - Sarah Hilary
The Casual Vacancy - J K Rowling
Over the last year I've noticed that once I've found an author I enjoy I like to read all their books in order - does that make me weird?
Have caught up on the thread and already added to my library wishlist - so please keep on inspiring.
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