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message 10: by Julia (new)

Julia Grundling (JuliaGrundling) | 166 comments Okay, that makes sense.:) I love my sleep too much, but I HAVE to read before I go to sleep, no matter what time it is.

message 9: by Heather (new)

Heather T (Horrorvacui000) | 142 comments Mod
I just read quickly and I'm a little OCD about going to sleep with an unread book unless I just have to get sleep. I spend a lot of days on 3-4 hours of sleep because I spent half the night reading a book or two.

message 8: by Julia (new)

Julia Grundling (JuliaGrundling) | 166 comments wow heather - are you being serious?? how do you manage it? my goal for this year is 80, but yes - it's like you say - we keep on adding to our tbr list ... :)

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Heather T (Horrorvacui000) | 142 comments Mod
Every time I read one, it adds 5 more since I read a lot of series. My list might say 300 books, but that really means 600+, bare minimum. Luckily I went through a lot. I read exactly 365 books this last year. I wasn't even paying attention to my count, it just happened.

message 6: by Donna (new)

Donna (donnaenden) | 17 comments My tbr pile just keeps going never ending pile. Once I read one it seems I add another one to it.

message 5: by Julia (new)

Julia Grundling (JuliaGrundling) | 166 comments My TBR is out of control and it makes me nervous!! :)

message 4: by Heather (new)

Heather T (Horrorvacui000) | 142 comments Mod
My TBR pile keeps growing. I'm somewhat frustrated because I feel like I'm not making a dent, but at the same time I'm reading a book a day so maybe I should be happy that I haven't run out of stuff yet.

message 3: by Donna (new)

Donna (donnaenden) | 17 comments sounds like this one going to be is my tbr pile and its nearing the top pretty fast thing only 3 or 4 more books to go before I get to it..

message 2: by Julia (new)

Julia Grundling (JuliaGrundling) | 166 comments Enjoyed this one thoroughly. I couldn't see anything coming - everything was a surprise ... Also cool to learn more about the history of the plane - and I also like the way he draws pictures etc to explain things - his research is amazing.

message 1: by Heather (new)

Heather T (Horrorvacui000) | 142 comments Mod
Night Over Water by Ken Follett
"In 1939, with war just declared, a group of privileged people board the most luxurious airliner ever – the Pan American Clipper, bound for New York: an English aristocrat, a German scientist, a murderer under escort, a young wife escaping her husband and a charming, unscrupulous thief. For thirty hours, there is no escape from the flying palace. Over the Atlantic, tension mounts and finally explodes in a dramatic and dangerous climax."
-From Follett's website.

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