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Post Re: Fiction suggestions needed for Nov. and Dec. discussion
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Did someone nominate "The Host"?

I read that and didn't care for it, personally. Although it was better than Twilight. :)



The first two Twilight books were fairly slow, but I liked Eclipse and Breaking Dawn. I like a little bit of everything as long as it's entertaining.


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I remember especially hating the second one. Wasn't it mostly Bella whining about missing Edward? I would want to strangle her too. :lol:


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I'm all for being realistic about how much infatuation/love can consume one's life, but Bella was pretty pathetic.


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1. Oryx and Crake
2. The Tortilla Curtain
3. The Road


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Have you guys selected a book? If you're selecting a book for Nov. & Dec. you really should get it selected soon so that people have time to order it.


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I think we are coming very close, we should have a book chosen by Mon. :D



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