What are you reading at the moment?
Posted 11 January 2008 - 12:16 PM
Are you reading any good books at the moment? I just started one last night called 'The Distant Echo' by Val Mc Deermid.It's about four students that find girls body on their way home one night and they are then the suspects but there wasn't enough evidence to charge them so after about 20 years or so the case is reopened but the four students start to mysteriously get killed. I've only read the first 2 chapters so far but it's really gripping.Has anyone else read this book or any by this author?
Posted 11 January 2008 - 03:01 PM
I'm reading "I am Legend" at the moment (just started it). I haven't seen the moive yet, I prefer to read the book first, lol. It's really good so far but a little confusing because the main character is described in the book as "of English-German stock" and blond ... which erm, isn't really Will Smith, but never mind.
Posted 11 January 2008 - 07:31 PM
Hi Sparkles I love Val McDiarmid too. I'll have to look out for this one. I've just finished Patricia Cornwell's Book of the Dead. Moving on to something lighter now and re-reading The Cross Stitch series by Diana Gabaldon
Posted 11 January 2008 - 08:31 PM
That sounds like a really interesting book Sparkles!!!! I am reading a book about moles, in a wood, can't remeber the name of it as haven't read it for about two months and don't know where it is lol! D-something wood, or hill maybe!
Posted 11 January 2008 - 08:42 PM
Im reading the book Gloria Huniford wrote about her daughter Caron Keatings courageous fight with cancer. I must admit I wept at the first couple of chapters as they described her last few days and her death. I dont usually like biography/autobiography books and im finding that its taking ages to read but feel as though abandoning the book is some kind of betrayal (if thats the right word)to the subject matter (ie. cancer sufferers) Does that make sense or am i just being over sensitive? Jules
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