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    You know, this probably only appeals to people my age (14) but I really Rreally really loved Angus Thongs and Full frontal snogging and all the other books in that series. They actually made me laugh out loud on multiple occasions and I rarely do that while reading a book.

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    Note to self - add Jane Eyre to list of books to read. Thanks for sharing your insight Paulie - sounds like something I'd enjoy reading.
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    Pinkie!!! I loved that book (I'm 15). I just finished Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. It was awesome, if I do say so myself. I'm strating Jane Eyre now (since I finally got a copy of it).
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    Just like Jane Eyre, the heroine of "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall," Helen Huntingdon has amazing strength of convictions even if it goes against societal norms. It's a nice read after Jane Eyre.

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    Jester by James Patterson

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    No coincidence there. Sweden called me and asked for suggestions.
    Ummm... OK...
    Anyhow.. I just noticed that the entire series is 44 episodes (one every day Mon-Thu)! I have a feeling that I should get the book instead - though, I have to admit that I do enjoy listening to it. Something very soothing about listenting to someone reading a book for you .

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    I'm reading Where The Wind Blows by James Patterson (very creepy!) so I can read his latest - The Lakehouse.

    I also really liked The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger. Really funny and makes you think twice about the lifestyles of celebs!

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    loved loved loved Jane Eyre - of course, can't expand on that comment because I think I read it 20 years ago.

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