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Welcome to our book club! It may say Teen/Young Adult, but all ages are welcome here. We love discussing the latest and greatest YA books. I hope you enjoy!
Hi and welcome to my book club! I'm Becca Fitzpatrick, the author of the bestselling Hush, Hush saga. When not writing, I am most likely running, prowling sale racks for shoes (stilettos, please!), or enjoying one of life's many little indulgences: ice cream, Veronica Mars, painting my toenails...
A book club for fans of Crime, Mystery and Psychological Thrillers. We love both true crime and crime fiction. Welcome!
The Bookanistas are a group of writers - in various stages of the publishing process who have decided to band together and review the special books of our peers.We primarily focus on Middle Grade and Young Adult books. And we tend to review books that have just come out in the last year.
An eclectic group of readers who like many different books and authors
People who like reading crime novels or thrillers, please join!!
From Tolkien to Gemmell, this is the place for you ...
For all readers of Nora Roberts!
Basically, will run like a book club you might go to in person rather than via the internet. A month seems like a reasonable time to read a book, even for those with very little time (like myself!). Feel free to suggest as many books as you want and be prepared to discuss the books properly please! The reading date will be the 1st of the month until the last day of the month.
For those who like to read books written by Jodi Picoult - not exclusively, but it's a good place to start :)
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all the erotica books you can get
A place to discuss books and make new friends in a virtual cafe :-)
For anyone you would like to RANT on about their favourite fast-paced-hanging by a thread-action thriller novels.
As per Angus and Robertson Top 100 books of 2008
All things Stephen King, constant readers.
The Room to Read reading group is a great way to keep in touch with other Room to Read members, and share the books that have inspired you to get involved in promoting education in the developing world.
basically anything related to either sci fi or fantasy. yes, i realize that this includes a vast variety of books, but thats the point :)