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I did wonder if I should have added The Making of a Marchioness to my list, perhaps that one will go in the next batch of 6! I've received my first book which is Still Missing by Beth Gutcheon. I started it in bed last night and before I knew it was on page 120, it certainly is gripping but I have to say it took me a while to get to sleep as ...
I've heard so much about Still Missing, I can't wait for it to arrive! It looks like I've made some good choices
These are ones I've ordered in no particular order:
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day by Winifred Watson
Still Missing by Beth Gutcheon
Harriet by Elizabeth Jenkins
Little Boy Lost by Marghanita Laski
The Victorian Chaise Longue by Marghanita Laski
No Surrender by Contance Maud
I can't wait to watch my dedicated bookshelf fill ...
I finished this book yesterday while on a plane from New York, which did seem quite fitting at the time. I enjoyed this book for what it was, a family journey full of ups and downs; yes, there were many extremes but I think if you can read it and simply enjoy it for its many sweet little messages along the way, it makes a very good read. I give ...
I'm very excited as I finally signed up to the Persephone book a month scheme, just the 6 monthly one at first and I can't wait for my first arrival!
The thread is here: http://forums.readitswapit.co.uk/forums/t/58366.aspx?PageIndex=1
It's a long one with many pages and everybody seems to be doing the challenge a little differently so you can pick your method
Thanks Rosemary, I'll look forward to have a browse through the list! ...
Thank you for all your kind welcomes! I am now intrgued byt the alphaber challenge...I'm now on the hunt to track down the thread! I'm sure I'll be able to get through my TBR list in double time if not...you know what will have to happen
[quote user="rosemary3"]Hi Parker10! Great to 'meet' you. Let ...
Finished To Bed with Grand Music by Marghanita Laski. Really very good. About a wife in wartime - who keeps other fires burning rather than the home ones....
Really recommend it
I LOVED this book. You really get a feel for the difficulties the main character goes through (at times you want to shake her ...
[quote user="one_step_closer"]One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - Ken Kesey[/quote]
I read this book while studying my English A level and I absolutely loved it. It's terrifying, funny and moving all at once and the film version (although fantastic in its own right) didn't quite capture that feeling of haziness ...
[quote user="rosemary3"]The Blank Wall by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding
1940s American housewife gets mixed up with the underworld when trying
to protect her daughter from the consequences of seeing an undesirable
man. Very funny.[/quote]
Hi everyone this is my first post, so I hope I'm doing this right! I absolutely love ...
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