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MrT

MrT

Joined July 2018

Born to read, forced to work to buy the books I'm born to read. Penarth, Wales, UK
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Mehso-so

You know exactly what you're getting. Does what is says on the tin

Great plot but boy did it need to be edited more. 200 pages less would have made it a almost a Pick

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The Three Secret Cities | Matthew Reilly
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My holiday Kindle read. Day of rest from hiking the mountains and lakes of Montenegro. What a view!

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The Institute | Stephen King
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Managed to buy the Collector's Edition with one of four different endpapers. The last one in my local bookstore 😏

rather_be_reading whoa! 😍 2w
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Frankly in Love | David Yoon
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Look forward to getting this in paperback

Anyone read or heard good reviews on this?

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The Hobbit | J.R.R. Tolkien

For Littens who really dislike a movie tie-in book cover

https://youtu.be/YGHLRKAjGRA

LibrarianRyan Thank you. 2mo
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Absolutely terrifying knowing how close we came to a man made nuclear disaster which would having lasting effects for hundreds of years. Chilling to read but unputdownable.

I think the quote is 'just because we could, doesn't mean we should'

MrT Is this strange that I don't like the 'greatest' on the cover, should be 'worst' ,makes it sound like a good thing. 3mo
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You Are Dead | Peter James
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Book 11 in the Roy Grace series. Huge fan of Brit Crime Fiction.Devoured this in less than 2 days. Plot is a little far fetched, the police procedures are meticulously written and love Roy's domestic life/dramas and the Brighton locales are mostly real. The Sandy story (which some loath) I have always liked and it seems to be nearing its conclusion but you do need to read from Book 1.
Great addition. I recommend you try this series!

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This Lie Will Kill You | Chelsea Pitcher
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Mehso-so

I really tried to like this (yet another) YA teen thriller.

I like d the plot, but not the execution of it, just seemed over complicated for the sake of it. Characterizations were lacking. It did get better towards the end but not by much.

The UK cover has the ' if you liked One of Us is Lying' which in my opinion isa much better book that this.

Another holiday read to leave at the hotel.

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Mehso-so

Was ok for a debut YA teen thriller. Writing style a little basic and characterizations were a little sparse. Didn't really have any empathy or sympathy for Delia because of that.

As for the twist that comes quite early in the book, I for one didn't see that coming, but the rest were a bit blah and predictable.

Read in two days whilst sitting in the sun. I will be leaving it at the hotel.

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Summer sun holiday read.

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Pickpick

More 2019 reading.

As a gay man I thought that I knew and understood about trans/gender non conforming issues. I didn't.

Read this. It's so much more than choosing to be 'a man' or 'a woman', or matching your outside with your inside.

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Reading 2019 #4

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I admit I was more drawn to the glorious blue coloured bookshop cover than the story itself..however it was a charming little holiday read. And no, The Cotswolds is not really that idyllic

Do love a book about books though!

MrBook I‘ve had my eye on this one. Do you live near where the book is set?! 4mo
MrT I'm in Cardiff, South Wales about an hours drive from the Cotswold, it's classed as an area of natural outstanding beauty. 4mo
Nute A good cover gets me every time!🙂 3mo
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The Outsider | Stephen King
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Not a bad view to be reading the latest SK.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa Great view! 5mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa Have you found the #LosersClub on here yet? They are reading through all of King‘s work in publication order, reading one a month. 5mo
MrT Thanks. I'll take a looksy having read everything by SK. #numberonefan 5mo
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Time of Death | Mark Billingham
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Reading 2019 #3

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Head Full of Ghosts | Paul Tremblay
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2019 reads so far....

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Paperbacks from Hell | Grady Hendrix
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2019 so far.....

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2018....read 29 books by 21 new authors.

2019....my challenge is not to buy a single book this year and read my TBR pile which consists of 116 books...starting with The Man I Think I Know by Mike Gayle.

MrT I caved. Bought books airside at the Airport. 5mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa I‘m impressed you held out as long as you did! Seriously Wow! 5mo
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Pickpick

Really enjoying this take on the classic Agatha Christie Murder Mystery.

A bit confusing at first, shaping up to quite fun.

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Home from a night shift and eager to start this sequel....think I'll be asleep within two pages though.😴

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My Portugal holiday read. Drawn into the Great Library and the world of forbidden books. I certainly didn't think the story would go the way it did but so glad it did.....roll on books 2, 3, 4 and 5.

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It's Cardiff Pride next weekend so August has been LGBT+ reading month for me. I'm absolutely loving the rainbow page edging on Cameron Post!

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My two current LGBT+ reads this month .

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Born to read, forced to work.

Nute I really like your ‘self-introduction statement.‘ I‘m sure that I am also working just to feed kids and then buy books!😆 3mo
MrT Cheers Nute 😆 I chose not to have children. That's £76k average spend per child from 0-18 in the UK that I had/have extra to spend on books. 3mo
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