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message 1: by Kirsty (new)

Kirsty (kirkel) | 1160 comments Mod
New Rules
Everyone nominates (only) 3 books (at least one of which needs to be a classic and at least one should be recent and have been published in the last 5 years) every book you choose gets one point. So the books that have the most nominations will go to poll.

Don't forget you have until the 7th to change your vote if you want to. The polls will start on the 8th and end on the 15th. You do not have to nominate three books, one or two is fine. If you want to write a small amount about your choices that's fine too. It's all up to you :)

Sorry it's a day late - been a bit busy:)


message 2: by Sam (VanillaFountain) (last edited Jun 03, 2012 03:29AM) (new)

Sam (VanillaFountain) | 577 comments Mod
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
Jamrach's Menagerie by Carol Birch

Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King


message 3: by Sarah (last edited Jun 03, 2012 05:39AM) (new)

Sarah  (scheherazade) | 364 comments Mod
1. Dolores Claiborne -- Stephen King
Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King

2. The Phantom of the Opera -- Gaston LeRoux
The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux

3. Gillespie and I -- Jane Harris
Gillespie and I by Jane Harris


message 4: by Ness (new)

Ness (Violet74) | 209 comments Mod
1. Some Kind of Fairy Tale by Graham Joyce
I LOVE Graham Joyce's books, and this one comes out this month actually. It sounds like a fab storyline and has great reviews from those that have read the proof copies.

2. Gillespie and I by Jane Harris I hope to get round to reading this soon.

3. Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë


message 5: by Kirsty (new)

Kirsty (kirkel) | 1160 comments Mod
Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell Cloud Atlas

Gillespie and I by Jane Harris - Orange longlisted I bought the hardback when Sophia recommended it so highly - it has been sitting next to my bed glaring (not winking it's way too heavy, literally and metaphorically, for that) at me

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings


message 6: by Jo (new)

Jo | 592 comments Mod
There's a new Joanne Harris book out I'd quite like to read - there's no link available on here but it's called Peaches for Monsieur Le Cure.

That's the only one I can think of at the moment, although I still have
A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1) by George R.R. Martin waiting to be read


message 7: by Katrina (new)

Katrina Williams (missybsleeping) | 32 comments I would like to nominate finders keepers by Belinda Bauer - it is her third book set in Exmoor (cant get the link up sorry) it came out this year and I have read the previous two so would give me an excuse to spend money on a new book :)


message 8: by Kirsty (new)

Kirsty (kirkel) | 1160 comments Mod
Katrina wrote: "I would like to nominate finders keepers by Belinda Bauer - it is her third book set in Exmoor (cant get the link up sorry) it came out this year and I have read the previous two so would give me a..."

Finders Keepers by Belinda Bauer ;)


message 9: by Katrina (new)

Katrina Williams (missybsleeping) | 32 comments Thanks kirsty


message 10: by Sophia (new)

Sophia (pageplucker) | 230 comments Mod
Gillespie and I by Jane Harris I know I've already read it, but I want to spread the joy ;-)

My Dear I Wanted To Tell You by Louisa Young I'm on something of a WW1 kick lately and this looks really good.

The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ by Philip Pullman Something a bit controversial that should get the discussion flowing.


message 11: by bookishbat (new)

bookishbat (morgaine_cat) | 90 comments I hope I'm not too late

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë once again wuthering heights

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman got it for my birthday

Island by Aldous Huxley I've been wanting to re-read this for a while


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