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Jul 01, 2016 05:17PM

8565 interestingly, according to worldcat, that isbn has 211 pages but by the publisher's website: 240.

That's fine, LynnB, I'd incline to go with the publisher's... I'll come back with your second card in a mo.
Jul 01, 2016 01:45AM

8565 I'll have to update your card a little later, Lynn... sorry, just spent a day & night at the hospital with my little one (just a severe cold which affected his breathing) but he's recovering well. Just exhausted!

btw, you didn't mention if you'd like a second card?
Jul 01, 2016 01:44AM

8565 LynnB wrote: "BINGO!
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#24, My Sister Lives On The Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher,read 17 June 2016, 240 pages."


Incorrect link? Did you read the paperback: My Sister Lives On The Mantelpiece?
Jun 28, 2016 04:22PM

8565 Listed Books
Book 1 - Wolf Winter -376 pages
Book 2 - Love, Lies and Spies -368 pages
Book 3 - Cat Under Fire (Joe Grey #2)
Book 4 - The Watercolourist -319 pages
Book 5 - Gallipoli -824 pages
Book 6 - What the Raven Saw -279 pages
Book 7 - A Murderous Procession -337 pages
Book 8 - Sang Pemimpi -292 pages
Book 9 - Australians: Origins to Eureka (Australians #1) – 628 pages


Non-Listed Books
Book 1 - The Death of Artemio Cruz -307 pages
Book 2 - The Sorrow of War -233 pages
Book 3 - Culture Is ... Australian stories across cultures -256 pages
Book 4 - Miles Off Course -350 pages
Book 5 - Told From the Hips -128 pages
Book 6 - The Semester of Our Discontent -246 pages
Book 7 - The Big Smoke -224 pages
Book 8 - Factory Girls -420 pages
Book 9 - A Few Right Thinking Men -349 pages
Book 10 - The Man in the Picture -145 pages
Jun 28, 2016 04:07PM

8565 Congrats, Bea :)
Jun 28, 2016 04:06PM

8565 Not sure as you didn't say... but did you want another card?

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February - River (68 new)
Jun 26, 2016 09:49PM

Jun 26, 2016 04:09AM

8565 Second Column

Read 07/07 Silence - (20)1 pages
Read 06/27 The Diary of a Nobody - (17)6 pages
Read 06/30 In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex - (23)8 pages
Read 07/05 The Five Love Languages of Children - (22)4 pages
Read 07/07 Winterwood - (24)0 pages

Silence by Shūsaku Endō The Diary of a Nobody by George Grossmith Risuko A Kunoichi Tale by David Kudler The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman Winterwood by Patrick McCabe

BINGO!!
Jun 26, 2016 04:07AM

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Jun 26, 2016 04:04AM

8565 BINGO!

My choice of theme, as I've been reading on Australian early history:

book set within the time period from ancient/BC up to 1860
Jun 22, 2016 06:49PM

8565 Karen, just to clarify your theme, do you mean any book that can somehow relate to summer (ie. summery cover, 'summer' in title/subtitle, etc) or do you mean for the shelf, summer?
Jun 21, 2016 03:21PM

8565 Karen wrote: "I think I have Bingo, at this point in the school year my brain is barely functioning, if so then I'd like another card please"

Congratulations, Karen, you certainly have got a BINGO :D

I've updated your thread with a second card for you.

Also, if you like, you can nominate a theme for Free Space.
Jun 21, 2016 03:20PM

8565 Here's your second card...

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Jun 21, 2016 03:18PM

8565 Karen wrote: "#40 - The Wicked Boy: The Mystery of a Victorian Child Murderer, 400 pages - read 04/06/16"

This one doesn't work since you've linked to the kindle edition. As you've read an ebook, the page count will be taken from the most popular physical edition: The Wicked Boy: The Mystery of a Victorian Child Murderer which is 352 pages

However... you've still got yourself a BINGO! :)
Jun 21, 2016 03:43AM

8565 Yep, thats right, Bea.
Jun 20, 2016 10:38PM

8565 The Wasp Factory -3 stars

I listened to audiobook though not quite in the frame of mind for it plus the Irish accent totally confused me! However, very interesting (in a crazy way) and really enjoyed the twist at the end.
Jun 20, 2016 10:36PM

8565 Nausea - Not the book for me! I understand some of his views and had probably at some points in time question my own existence etc etc etc but seriously, instead of getting too carried away into depression, get a grip, love, and move on! On another note, some of the reflection language is precious and I do wonder whether I’d appreciate this book more in perhaps 20 years from now when I will be somewhat close in situation with the main character... at the moment, I’m too caught up with my youth and my children to stop for long and consider the purpose of my existence. However, due to my faith, I don’t think I’ll ever be in this position as I do believe there is purpose to my existence.

2 stars
Jun 20, 2016 10:33PM

8565 I'm going to see if I can get to The Robber Bride
Jun 20, 2016 10:33PM

8565 Thanks, LynnB, for the upcoming trip to Canada

What's on everyone's list to-read?
Jun 20, 2016 10:30PM

8565 Here's your second card, Claire

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