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JustaStudentNurse

JustaStudentNurse

Joined June 2017

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JustaStudentNurse
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This book is hard to put down, I was gripped and every time I thought I'd just finish the chapter I would read more. The twists and turns keep coming, with small details being revealed until the very end where the mystery is solved. I will be reading this again.

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First of the Tudors | Joanna Hickson
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I'm not great on history so I don't know how accurate to life then this book is, but I enjoyed it. The characters all have their endearing or annoying characteristics and you feel as though you know them all, I would read again.

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JustaStudentNurse
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This book is a tough read, it's very emotional, and some themes may cause distress depending on circumstances, but I found it beautiful, sad, happy, and moving. I would recommend it, but read the blurb first, it does deal with some sensitive topics.

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Losing You | Nicci French
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Goodness me this book had me absolutely hooked, the story of a missing child which draws you in, no chapters to separate the story keeps you enthralled as you search with the mother. This book Really makes you feel every emotion of the characters through the stunning writing!

Tadams4 Compelling review! I‘ll check this out! 2y
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The Safe House | Nicci French
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I love this book, a thrilling ride, full of twists and turns, the brilliant writing keeps me hooked, and questioning everything all the way through. I'd recommend this book

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The Wedding Girl | Madeleine Wickham
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This book is quite typical in its unashamed chic lit fun. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and it has enough twists and turns to keep you guessing till the end while being easy to follow.

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JustaStudentNurse
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This was a long read and a huge undertaking. I bought the box set so the book was broken down into 7 more manageable and less daunting books. I love the films but I found the book versions even better! There are extra characters in the book who add more depth and the descriptions are outstanding! I have read it twice so far and will definitely be reading it again, leave plenty of time for this one!

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JustaStudentNurse
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This book is beautiful, the stories of a grandmother, mother and daughters lives and struggles in communist china. The author draws you into her family, you'll laugh, cry and feel exhausted as she did. My sister recommended this book to me, and I recommend it to whoever reads this.

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JustaStudentNurse
Pickpick

This book is great, a murder mystery told through the eyes on a child on the autistic spectrum. If memory serves me rightly he has aspergers. This book is almost a coming of age one, in that the main character goes through many changes, and coming to many realisations about life. I highly recommend this book, it's stunning.

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JustaStudentNurse
Pickpick

I'm currently reading this again having read it several times before, a wonderful insight into the life of a geisha, told beautifully, you'll smile, cry and wince feeling Sayuri's emotions as your own.

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Inferno: A Novel | Dan Brown
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I think this might be my favourite dan brown book, the imagery is superb, the excitement and tension stay with you throughout. It's fabulous

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Angels & Demons | Dan Brown
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I love dan browns books, I have read all of them several times and always find myself glued to them, having to force myself to put them down to sleep.

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Deception Point | Dan Brown
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I love dan browns books, I have read all of them several times and always find myself glued to them, having to force myself to put them down to sleep.

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The DaVinci Code | Dan Brown
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I love dan browns books, I have read all of them several times and always find myself glued to them, having to force myself to put them down to sleep.

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The Time Traveler's Wife | Audrey Niffenegger
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I liked this book, though the timeline is tricky to follow at times. I will be sure to ha e a look at the film, and will likely read the book again.

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The Firm | John Grisham
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This might be my favourite book, I recently read it for at least the 10th time, finding something new and getting totally caught up in the action every time.

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The Other Hand | Chris Cleave
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I love this book, it's beautifully written, very moving, and looks at life as an asylum seeker in a way I've never seen before or since.