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  1. #86
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    Still struggling through Pyramids, but nearly done! Currently deciding whether to read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? or The Fault in Our Stars, opinions?
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  2. #88
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweekune View Post
    Still struggling through Pyramids, but nearly done! Currently deciding whether to read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? or The Fault in Our Stars, opinions?
    I know people rave about 'The Fault in our Stars' but I've heard - from the perspective of other writers - that it's not the best.
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  3. #90
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    I'm reading another Middle-Grade novel called A City Tossed and Broken. It's okay so far, but I'd much rather read a YA dystopia...

  4. #92
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    I know several people who are fond of John Green's books. They're good if you're comparing them to all of the vampire romance series that are passing as "young adult literature" in bookstores. Personally, I think the pseudo-profundity is rather annoying.
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  5. #94
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    Quote Originally Posted by hannahjoya View Post
    I'm reading "I Capture the Castle" by Dodie Smith right now.
    I just finished "The Book Thief". :cry:
    I've recently read I Capture the Castle. I found it an enjoyable read, but was a bit unsure about it because the narrator was very positive about everything, and her tone of voice annoyed me a little. How are you finding it?

    I've just downloaded The Faults in Our Stars on my Kindle, so will be reading that next. At the moment I'm halfway through an Adrian Mole book.
    Last edited by adelina_sophia; March 18th, 2014 at 05:11 PM.
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