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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by jame1881 View Post
    The Complete Sherlock Holmes, Vol. 1:

    Mycroft
    I love Sherlock Holmes. I read all the books a few years ago. I have a friend who truly likes the idea of Mycroft for a child, lol. Pretty cool in theory, not so much in real life I think. That and he'd probably end up called Mike.
    My furry darlings ~ Bodie the border terrier & Portia and Penny the guinea pigs

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  2. #18
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    Right now I'm reading a couple books with some cool names. The first is called Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare. It takes place in England in the 1850s (? not one hundred percent on that number) and it has some really classy names such as:
    Theresa "Tessa" Gray
    William "Will" Herondale
    James "Jem" Carstairs
    Gabriel Lightwood
    Gideon Lightwood
    Jessamine "Jessie" Lovelace
    Charlotte Brandwell
    Henry Brandwell
    Sophie Collins
    Cecily Herondale
    Nathaniel Gray
    Magnus Bane (not particularly fond of this one)
    Camilla
    All of which sound really nice and usable to me.
    I'm also reading a book called Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys (nothing to do with the Fifty Shades series). This one is based in 1941, when the Lithuanians were enslaved by Stalin. Some of the cool names I found were:
    Lina
    Jonas
    Andrius
    Elena
    Ona (not fond of this one)
    Etc.
    I especially like the name Andrius. Its cool looking and sound awesome, and a great alternative to Andrew or Andreas.
    Just another teenberry and writer, a lover of names
    Current Favorites:
    Zoe, Veronica, Selene, Thalia, Magdalena, Adeline, Alice, Cleo, Isadora/Isidora, & Phoebe

    Dimitri, Gregory, Augustus, Jude, Tobias, Jason, Leo, Orion, Samuel, & Charles

    Crushing On: Nicoletta, Louisa, Ariadne & Benjamin, Nico, Peregrine

    Have a fabulous day!

  3. #20
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    I just finished a really good book last night, 'the house of special purpose' by Jon Boyne.

    It's set in Russia, Paris and London and here is some of the character names:
    Zoya, Georgy, Sergei, Arina, Daniil, Anastasia, Asyla, Liska, Alexei
    Marko | Susanna | Kit | Rosemary

  4. #22
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    I'm re-reading The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. It's set in the 70's.

    Susie
    Lindsey
    Abigail
    Ruth
    Lynn
    Frannie
    Clarissa
    Holly

    Jack
    Buckley
    Len
    Ray
    Samuel
    Nate
    George

  5. #24
    My favourite book: The Bronze Horseman has some beautiful names:

    Tatiana - I adore this, they call her Tatia, which I think is beautiful and Tanya, which I'm not such a fan of.
    Alexander - nicknamed Shura and Sasha. I love Sasha as a nn for Alexander
    Daria - nn Dasha (I think this is pretty)
    Dimitri - nn Dima


    I have always had a soft spot for Tatiana

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