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  • Seclusionist
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    Kafka On the Shore by Haruki Murakami

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  • Kimi
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    Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul -
    ...a beautiful collection of heart warming and inspiring stories gleaned from true life experiences .

    (It lay among a stack of forlornly discarded books in a cardboard box which someone left at the bottom of the stairs, about to be taken to the dumpster .
    So glad I retrieved it !)


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    After the quake ... Haruki Murakami
    The Complete Stories ... Flannery O' Connor

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    Tales from Watership Down ... Richard Adams
    Sixteen Different flavors of hell ... David Thorne
    Nine Stories ... J D Salinger

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  • Mozoid
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    Party of one
    anneli rufus

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    James Joyce's Ulysses

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  • lexmortem
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    Fake Law by The Secret Barrister.

    I recently read Dopesick by Beth Macy for my studies and it was a really powerful book.

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    Nick Cave: The Death of Bunny Munro

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    The beautiful poetry of Donald Trump

    Emily of new moon

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  • Sapphire11759
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    Originally posted by Seclusionist View Post

    Wow, that's so awesome! Quite a library!
    I feel like checking them all out.
    Best wishes for your daughter.
    THANK YOU! she knows exactly where every book belongs on these shelves, has them in order , woah betide if anyone messes them up lol. Its the only thing she does keep tidy some are not in good nick as been read over and over especially the tolkien shelf .. had us queuing up in shops all hours for when the books were first published..but i think her hobby is well worth the money.

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  • Seclusionist
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    Originally posted by Sapphire11759 View Post
    Used to be an avid reader . This is just one of my rooms at home . with lots of reading.
    Wow, that's so awesome! Quite a library!
    I feel like checking them all out.
    Best wishes for your daughter.

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  • Sapphire11759
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    Used to be an avid reader . This is just one of my rooms at home . with lots of reading.




    Passed them on to my daughter who wants to become an author. She's wrote hundreds of little stories.. She's become an book worm and always takes 5 books out with her if go out walking or a car drive.. Mad i know lol. My fave book ANGELAS ASHES has gone missing but i want to buy it again so she has it. Reading makes you brainy i always told her Not the same feeling to reading books online. Need the old library smell lol. Anna rice is an excellent aurhor as king ole says. Have all of hers

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    Watership Down by Richard Adams
    Mind Master by Susan Ninan and Vishy Anand

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  • Seclusionist
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    Women by Charles Bukowski

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    Burning Bridges to light the way - David Thorne

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    Bad Twin by Gary Troup

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    The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning by Margareta Magnusson

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  • Cheetah Girl
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    I am reading about mysteries

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    41Oh8hrSJdL._SY445_QL70_.jpg Just started this...what's not to like, proof of aliens among us...fiction but...

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