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Lucy Sheridan Lucy Sheridan said: " I read part one and two. Got a few more other books to finish first but then I need to get my hands on part three - I want to know the conclusion! "

 

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Harry Potter Boxset by J.K. Rowling
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I love Severus Snape. Period.
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Children of the Night by Dan Simmons
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The Book With No Name by Anonymous
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This book gets "only" four stars because I thought that sometimes the author had problems keeping up with the pace of his own story, for a few loose strands I'd have liked to see tied up and for the lack of female characters ;-) Apart from that, a ve ...more
The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova
" I've read this book a while ago - it's not the best ever, but not bad either! Enjoy it!! "
Supping With Panthers by Tom Holland
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The best Vampire story ever written, it made me fall in love with Lord Byron immediately. Go read the whole trilogy, Tom Holland's style is simply awesome!
Pompeii by Robert   Harris
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I loved this book, it tells the well-known story about Pompeii from an exciting, all-new perspective (and also inspired me to one of my own stories ;-) )
Lord of Snow and Shadows by Sarah Ash
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The Tears of Artamon are a wonderful, original and gripping fantasy trilogy. I especially loved the two main characters - to me they're the kind of characters you don't want to let go after you finished the book...
Angels and Demons / The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
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I read both books back-to-back when The Da Vinci Code camer out as a movie. Though both have a good plot, I'd only give them four stars - they're definitely not the best books I've ever read ;-) In A&D Robert Langdon is a bit too James Bond-sy fo ...more
Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
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A worthy classic, and my favourite opening paragraph in literature history. Scandalous, sassy and deeply disturbing.
The War of the Flowers by Tad Williams
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This is definitely one of the best fantasy books I've ever read. And it has got one of the best characters ever - Lord Hellebore... ;-)
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