Books Worth Reading
Books Worth Reading
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Good holiday read, totally visualise Bridget Jones and can see this as a film. Very funny and easy to relate to.
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Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding is the Today Show‘s next book club pick.
Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy // Just finished this! Not exactly what I was expecting (having read the previous two installments) but SO worth reading. I love Bridget Jones. She's hilarious and so relatable.
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Deception Point by Dan Brown on eBooks by Sainsbury's - Great read, intense and satisfying.
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Deception Point - they should make a movie out of this book too
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Google Image Result for edhird.files.word... I Like all the John Grisham books, what more can I say!
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John Grisham - The Testament. An amazing book!
:) I want to go down the amazon river agin might read agin...what an adventure
The Testament - John Grisham. This is one of my all time favorite books! I've read it probably half a dozen times.Highly recommend for anyone who likes a good adventure story with a ton of twists
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One of my favorite John Grisham books
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John Grisham describes The Associate As an idealistic law student and editor-in-chief of the Yale Law Journal, Kyle McAvoy has the promise of a highly successful career, although after graduation, he intends to devote three years to public
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The Associate--I am thinking that ANY John Grisham book is worthy of recommendation. He has quite a way about weaving suspense and no-way-out scenarios into his plots.Plus I learn something about the law with every book I read! The Associate is about a young man preparing to graduate from Yale Law School at the top of his class. His plans to spend some time in legal aid are supplanted when, blackmailed to protect his friends from a bogus, damaging rape charge, he is turned into an unwilling spy.
The Associate by John Grisham read by Troy.
When the Wind Blows - Must read, read this on a flight to Denver many years ago, so gripping I finished the book during the flight.