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message 1: by Fallon (new)

Fallon I am a bit late coming to the game here, but I have been keeping track of all the books I've read in Goodreads anyway so I thought I would add them to the challenge.


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Fallon Books completed in April 2013:

21 - The Railwayman's Wife
22 - The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
23 - 2nd Chance
24 - Fever


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Fallon Books completed in May 2013:

25 - Defending Jacob
26 - Human Remains
27 - Creating the Customer Driven


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Fallon Books completed in June 2013:

28 - Life After Life
29 - Jilted
30 - Burial Rites
31 - Beautiful Darkness


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Fallon Books completed in July 2013:

32 - Little Exiles
33 - Warm Bodies
34 - Fifty Bales of Hay
35 - Autumn
36 - Paycheque
37 - Unwind
38 - UnWholly


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Fallon Books completed in September 2013:

52 - Thornwood House
53 - The Curiosity
54 - Man Drought
55 - Hope's Road


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message 12: by Fallon (last edited Nov 23, 2013 04:06PM) (new)

Fallon Books completed in November 2013:

62 - Sisterland
63 - Wake
64 - Lullaby
65 - The First Phone Call from Heaven
66 - Stella Bain


message 13: by Fallon (new)

Fallon As you can see I discovered a genre sometimes called Australian rural fiction - and pretty well devoured it, they were light, easy, quick reads, which were somewhat predictable but I enjoyed them for what they were, considering I did not what anything to heavy to read!


message 14: by Fallon (new)

Fallon Some of my top reads that I really enjoyed this year were : gone girl, the rosie project, the storyteller, defending Jacob, the railway man's wife.

I really did not go much on the James Patterson's which I decided to give a go, I liked the subject/storylines of the women's murder club, and It is something I could read, but I really could not get used to the exceptionally short 'chapters' that james Patterson writes with, it really frustrated me.


message 15: by Fallon (new)

Fallon Books read in December 2013:

67 - How to Fall in Love
68 - The Returned
69 - Sense & Sensibility
70 - The Tailor's Girl
71 - Poppy's Dilemma


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