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03 July 2007


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I thought you read I, Coriander. Now I am forced to ask why you haven't read it yet because it's A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. At least I thought so.


I've heard that it's very sad and so I've been avoiding.

I'll get on it.



Interesting that you do that too!
I find I am more apt to do that 'avoid' thing with YA. I put off reading Twisted until I couldn't anymore -- but sometimes I just cannot bring myself to read something where I'll feel awful for the characters. Historical fiction, though, I know there will usually be a plague of some sort - the awfulness is build in, so it's somehow easier to wade in... Naughts & Crosses does sound fabulous...


Wow, I thought Noughts and Crosses was a great book-I listened to it-but I wouldn't say it is meant for a 10-year-old!

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