Friday, April 27, 2012

What to read?

Wel lovelies, today I need your opinion, again. I just finished reading the 50 Shades Grey trilogy (and yes I absolutely recommend it if you are up to it) and i am now on the lookout for something new, something that will grip me and make me want to read more. Because, this is the only way I love reading, when I can't put the story down. So please do recommend, what should I read next? Beautiful image by Jane Mount
Have a fabulous weekend friends! 

**If Beth Murray (from London who used to work near the Barbican) reads this, please email me again, I got your OoO xx

19 comments:

  1. The Hunger Games, I started reading them 2 weeks ago and am on the third book

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  2. I am going to have to try this one for sure! I have heard really good things about Divergent, but can't vouch for it personally!

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  3. i'm so tempted to get those books because of the raves it's been getting :)

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  4. I've just finished finals, so I'm relaxing with "I've Got Your Number" by Sophie Kinsella... A little silly, but just what I need!
    xo Josie
    www.winksmilestyle.com

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  5. Love finding out what everyone else is reading... will have to look into this trilogy you mentioned. I've recently read the Steve Jobs autobiography which was simply fascinating! Plus The Jimmy Choo Story: Power, Profits and the Pursuit of the Perfect Shoe - a mixture of fashion, juicy gossip and business (lots of figures,biz,investors,history info for the fashion geek in me), just started Cloud Atlas which a friend lent me - heard that's now a film starring Tom Hanks, Halle Berry & Hugh Grant?

    If you're up for chicklit and light reads on holiday then the Lindsey Kelk 'I heart' book series are brilliant.

    Have a great weekend!
    x.o.x.o

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  6. I have heard a lot about 50 Shades of Grey and now my I'm curious to read it. Just finished Paris In Love and really enjoyed it and her sense of humor. I'm giving away a copy because I liked it so much. Light read and totally enjoyable. xo

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  8. I can't put down Zeitoun! Another gripping one is Little Bee.

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  9. I am the absolute worst person to ask. I never ever have time to read. I have been curious about 50 Shades of Grey though. Everyone I know is reading it. :)

    Have a great weekend, Helena! xoxo

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  10. If you liked 50 shades of grey, I would recommend the Meredith Gentry series by Laurell K. Hamilton.

    Then of course there's The Hunger Games: yes, it is for "young adults" but oh so good, the whole trilogy.

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  11. A book that I have recently been recommended to read is "Heaven is Here" by Stephanie Nielsen. Her blog (which is fantastic too) is one I just started reading. http://nieniedialogues.blogspot.com/

    I've been told that it is an emotional read, but that every tear is worth it. I'm starting it this weekend, so maybe we can share opinions?!

    Happy Friday!

    <3 http://dlezr.blogspot.com

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  12. If you havent read the Hunger Games yet then you definitely should. Have you ever read the Pilot's Wife by Anita Shreve? I'd recommend that one too.

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  13. I have been wanting to read Stephanie Nielsan's book. In the middle of Sense and sensibility:D
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Anna

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  14. i just read wrapped in rain and found it to be a really heartwarming story. i have to browse the rest of your comments bc i'm looking for a new read now too!

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  15. Have you read Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand? I GUARANTEE you will NOT be able to put this book down. Absolutely amazing!!! http://www.amazon.com/Unbroken-World-Survival-Resilience-Redemption/dp/1400064163

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  16. The kite runner by Khaled Hosseini...Interesting, moving, heavy enough, you will be eager to reach the end with some tears in your eyes probably...Worth it...Enjoy reading :)

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  17. GOGOL! I got my BA in Russian Literature and I can't help but recommend the russkiis.
    sophie
    princessrhyme.blogspot.com

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  18. I recently finished The 19th Wife and LOVED it. I'm currently reading Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter and it's brillant!

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