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rockley

rockley

Joined February 2018

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Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty
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Plain-Speaking Jane by Jane Caro
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The way my heart aches now is a full body experience.

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Mercy | Jussi Adler-Olsen
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The first in the Department Q series.
Adler-Olsen is possibly my favourite Scandinavian author.

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Antony and Cleopatra | William Shakespeare
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#Shakespeare #Brautigan #upcycling
The pile of preloved books I'm working my way through.

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Truly Madly Guilty | Liane Moriarty
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My first romp in popular fiction for a really long time. I'm enjoying it. I didnt think I would. Its nice to have something I can easily pick up and put down. So far a very good afternoon with a glass of wine read.

MelindaCooper I‘ve just picked this up at the library and looking forward to reading it 2y
Potje I read this last year...she's easy to read, hey 😊 I finished Three Wishes inJanuary, perfect holiday book. 2y
Potje (Did you crochet the bag? It's lovely) 2y
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rockley @Potje next time I fly, she will be in my bag. Perfect long haul flight book. And yes, I did. Specifically to lug my books round in. Nerdy, huh. 2y
rockley @MelindaCooper a fluke find at my local resource centre, so glad I picked it up. 2y
Potje Not nerdy...I crochet too. 😝 2y
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The Tempest | William Shakespeare
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I always seem to remember loving this. And years go by, I decide to reread and I realise I don't at all. I love the change in writing technique. The piles of words upon words. The in the now feel. That's it. Prospero's soliloquy is divine though. I'll reread (again) in two years.

MelindaCooper I‘ve never read it. My Shakespeare reading is limited to Romeo & Juliet and A Midsummer Night‘s Dream (both of which I read more than ten years ago) 2y
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Always Brautigan.