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    Quote Originally Posted by Paula View Post
    I just wanted to check whether we’ve got any more members who have read Room or plan to, and who’d like to join in on the discussion?

    If not, and you’d all like to move on to another book, does anyone have any suggestions on what we could look at next?
    I've stalled on page 70 in Room not picked it up for over a week.
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    I'm currently reading Cogheart and it's a beautiful story - but teenage based lol http://www.peterbunzl.com/cogheart/

    What kind of book do we all fancy?
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    Teenaged based is fine, Harry Potter is teenage based ...
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    I'm reading Room and whereas I like the way it is written I'm not liking where it seems to be heading (can't say anymore else it'd be a spoiler).
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    I've just finished 'Midnight Bites' by Rachel Caine. Still annoyed that I can't find my copy of Room!!!

    A lot of the teenage based books are excellent reads!
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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    Woohoo! I love teenage fiction as well as other stuff too! Sometimes it's nice to have an easy fantasy read.

    As an aside - years ago I was told to try Terry Pratchet and just couldn't get into the discworld book I was handed - should I try again?
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    I really enjoy Terry Pratchett and even got my brother reading him. What did you try?
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    Erm it was one of the discworld ones, but not the first one - bar that I can't even remember it was that long ago...
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    I like Terry Pratchett. Its completely wacky
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    I've only got a handful but I love what I've read so far.
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