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    I'm grinding through the Wheel of Time series (mostly) by Robert Jordan... for the second time, haha.
    They really are amazing. Just overly lengthy. If you want a really detailed fiction book to occupy for the next few months... read this. It's over 10k pages (but I'm reading it digitally).

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    I've started the Harry Potter series again since going to an exhibit with some original movie props
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    Yes, I have Whitethorn Woods, and have read Tara Road... but will look up Copper Beech and Silver Lake and see how much they cost, seeing as you recommend them.
    Funny I haven't read her most popular, Tara road...guess no one is willing to part with their copy

    i hope you find the CB & SL, can't wait to hear what you thought of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
    I'm grinding through the Wheel of Time series (mostly) by Robert Jordan... for the second time, haha.
    They really are amazing. Just overly lengthy. If you want a really detailed fiction book to occupy for the next few months... read this. It's over 10k pages (but I'm reading it digitally).

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    Tell us about this series...maybe I will have to take a look for it...sounds interesting
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    Just finished "whitethorn woods" Maeve Binchey is an exquisite storyteller! Now what to read next........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neen View Post
    Just finished "whitethorn woods" Maeve Binchey is an exquisite storyteller! Now what to read next........
    Quentin's, while Whitethorn is still fresh in your mind.
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    Oh! I bet character overlap?! I love that I think I know someone who has that book...I'm excited now! Thx GM!
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    Glad you are enjoying Maeve Binchy Neen. There is book out called "Maeve's Times and is her columns from when she worked for an newspaper and it is very funny. When you have finished the books have a look for that. She died last year [I think] and this is edited by her husband.

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    I'm currently reading Eleanore of Aquitaine by Alison Weir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gymgirl4a View Post
    Glad you are enjoying Maeve Binchy Neen. There is book out called "Maeve's Times and is her columns from when she worked for an newspaper and it is very funny. When you have finished the books have a look for that. She died last year [I think] and this is edited by her husband.
    Oh, this brought tears to my eyes. Must read it.

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    I'm currently reading Eleanore of Aquitaine by Alison Weir.
    Are you enjoying it? What's it about?
    "I've grown tired of the articulate utterances of men and things. The mystical in art, the mystical in life, the mystical in nature, this is what I am looking for and in the great symphonies of music, the initiation of sorrow, and in the depths of the sea I may find it. It is absolutely necessary for me to find it somewhere." -O. Wilde


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