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Registered: ‎03-20-2009
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Any Ideas For a Good Summer Read?

I'm trying to find some good books to read this summer but so far I haven't come across anything. I have read too many books and can't find anything new and exciting to read. I'm into any genre, so any suggestions???


Thanks :smileyhappy:

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Re: Any Ideas For a Good Summer Read?

You can check out the Ultimate Book Recommendation List. I posted a long list on there with tons of good books. Other people have also added to the list so I'm sure you will find something on there. :smileyhappy:

Pages of Forbidden Love
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Re: Any Ideas For a Good Summer Read?

Isabel Allende's City of The Beasts trilogy is pretty good and I am sure you will not be able to stop reading them, its the type of adventure that takes you to where the characters are going and involves you in the adventure.

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