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They certainly are.  I  couldn't believe at first that they were by the same person, and assumed that it must be someone else with the same name.

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On 1/3/2020 at 2:11 AM, janeymarywendy said:

Really good.  I read it very quickly.

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I’ve read this book (not that it matters, but my cover is different!) at least 20 times over the years.  (I often reread favorites...it’s like visiting old friends)  Excellent; and yes, a very fast read.  

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 I recently read these two books:

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The first was good, though sometimes boring. The second is not worth reading, IMHO.

 

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Now starting with:

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I am loving this book so far.  I love historical fiction that incorporates real life.  This takes place in Montauk, Long Island at the Montauk Manor in it's heyday.

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On 10/16/2019 at 7:43 PM, Born To Walk said:

I'm better at buying books than I am at starting to actually read them. This arrived yesterday and I intend to actually read it soon.

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Just started reading it. It looks interesting.

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I have just finished The Testaments by Margaret Atwood. 

I really loved this follow up to The Handmaid's Tale. It was a bit confusing to start with as it is written in the first person and there are three first persons! However, once I figured out who was who it was a great read and I couldn't put it down. I found it more disturbing than when I read The Handmaid's Tale many years ago, which I think is because the world has become more disturbing for women, in particular, in the intervening years.

Highly recommended.

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Really enjoyed this. Another outing for Jackson Brodie, who is such a likeable character. A story of dreadful things which happen but shot through with her usual humour.

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Reading this right now and I'm continually shaking my head about how this president can still be in office. Detailed and convincing reporting.

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On 2/11/2020 at 5:27 PM, whispered secret said:

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Really enjoyed this. Another outing for Jackson Brodie, who is such a likeable character. A story of dreadful things which happen but shot through with her usual humour.

Excellent! I'll call into the library asap.

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I'm currently reading this - had to keep wiping my eyes cos it's bloomin' hilarious! Now I'll have to look out for the other 3.

 

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3 hours ago, Eileen said:

I'm currently reading this - had to keep wiping my eyes cos it's bloomin' hilarious! Now I'll have to look out for the other 3.

 

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one of the funniest books i have read by one of the funniest men the world has seen

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