so far I have on my list
Kate Atkinson - Started early took the dog
David Nicholls Starter for ten
If God was a rabbit
Stella Rimmington recently reviewed book but can't remember its names.
Something set in early 1800's - I love all the gore and chaos
I shall probably end up doing what I always do and blag books off my sister who has her own library practically. That and maybe a trip to the local library.
And any tips on how to get my teens back into reading? She-ra used to devour every Darren Shan that came her way and read the entire collection several times over. These days - nothing, nada, zilch. I have tried to encourage her but to no avail.
He-man has recently taken up reading again but is just re reading his old Cherub books. He's nearly 17 and should be on something a bit more advanced but hey at least he is reading, its not porn and has asked for the latest Cherub book to take away with him.
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It's an oldie but a goodie plus you get laughter as added bonus.
Others I would recommend:
A concise Chinese- English Dictionary for lovers by Xiaolu Guo
Framed by Frank Cotterell Boyce
The brief history of the dead by Kevin Brockmeier
The Secret River by Kate Grenville
Fingersmith by Sarah waters - a world book giveaway. I would never have read it otherwise
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