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I agree with you, Liz, I also thought so about the book.
Amazing how fast you read....I read very slowly.

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It all depends on my mood and, of course, the book. Sometimes I just get so caught up in a book that I finish it quickly (like Silent in the Grave, The Woods, anything by Dorothea Benton Frank) - then there are some books that take me forever (like Lady Chatterley's Lover)! :smileyvery-happy:



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I agree with you, Liz, I also thought so about the book.
Amazing how fast you read....I read very slowly.

ziki


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LizzieAnn wrote: Sometimes I just get so caught up in a book that I finish it quickly





hmmm, you are right, it happened to me this week (although I was listening to audio) Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd. I kept changing the CDs and that night I just didn't sleep. I finished it and it also finished me :smileyvery-happy:

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