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What is everyone reading on their kindles just now?

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TheoriginalLEM Sun 22-Nov-15 20:41:15

ive just finished The End of Mr Y by scarlet thomas.

was good but too many loose ends and a cop out ending

ghostyslovesheep Sun 22-Nov-15 20:42:12

I don't read 'on a kindle' I have an old fashioned thing called a book

U2HasTheEdge Sun 22-Nov-15 20:42:29

The Taming of the Queen... Phillipa Gregory.

YANBU grin

Muskey Sun 22-Nov-15 20:43:27

I have just finished a book about the plantagenants and have started reading the last Kingdom by Bernard Cornwall and I'm loving it.

TheoriginalLEM Sun 22-Nov-15 20:43:36

oh bugger - thought this was chat ! that explains the smart arse wink

Brummiegirl15 Sun 22-Nov-15 20:44:14

Jack Reacher book 6 "Without Fail"

Only just discovered Jack Reacher and LOVE!!!

Kindle best thing ever, love that I can just get books whenever I want

U2HasTheEdge Sun 22-Nov-15 20:43:54

Love my kindle. I also love books, I have hundreds of them all over the house but I read on the kindle more because I like how I can have bigger text and fonts and have lots of stuff to read in one device without having to lug around books.

Cliffdiver Sun 22-Nov-15 20:44:21

'The Pact' Jodi Picoult

glenthebattleostrich Sun 22-Nov-15 20:46:27

Have you read bright young things by the same author? Well written but no ending, very frustrating.

I'm going through a pulp crime spree at the minute so lots of James Patterson and Karen slaughter, relative easy to pick up and put down when busy

roundtable Sun 22-Nov-15 20:46:41

I'm having a Garth Nix fix and Robin Hobbs. Reread Nix's trilogy then read the new prequel, read Shade's Children and the first two of the Farseer trilogy. I'm waiting for the last one to get cheaper.

ScrumpyBetty Sun 22-Nov-15 20:47:54

Ghostwritten by David Mitchell

ghostyslovesheep Sun 22-Nov-15 20:48:19

er thanks! I wasn't being a 'smart arse' I was answering your question sad

Libitina Sun 22-Nov-15 20:49:33

Bill Bryson - The Road to Little Dribbling.

KeepOnMoving1 Sun 22-Nov-15 20:50:17

Only the Innocent by Rachel AbbOtt.

R0nJ0n Sun 22-Nov-15 20:51:58

I'm switching between The 1000 autumns of Jacob de Zoet by David Mitchell and a non fiction one about a mountaineering disaster on K2 depending on my mood.

73dexter Sun 22-Nov-15 20:52:54

The Martian which is really good - I'm gripped!

SingingSamosa Sun 22-Nov-15 20:53:51

I love my Kindle grin I have arthritis in my hands and wrists and I really struggle to hold a proper book open these days.

At the moment I am reading a book called Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua. It's not a fiction book - it's about a Chinese mother and how she raised her children in the 'Chinese way' in America. It's really interesting but really eye-opening too!

The last fiction book I read was The Tea Planter's Wife, which was a fairly pleasant read.

AnyoneFucoffee Sun 22-Nov-15 20:54:59

The Jigsaw Man by Paul Britton.

Best book I've read in a long time.

TheIncredibleBookEatingManchot Sun 22-Nov-15 20:55:29

Little Black Lies by Mary Bolton.

It's a crime novel set on the Falklands. It's very well written but for some reason is taking me ages to read.

Lifeisbeautiful2 Sun 22-Nov-15 20:55:39

Killing me Softly by Nicci French. Just discovered her, look forward to reading more, loving it!

frenchcheeses Sun 22-Nov-15 20:57:18

Seven Endings. Well, a little while back but I liked it. Well written and creepy. It was free at the time too.

LadyColinCampbell Sun 22-Nov-15 20:59:08

Filth by Irvine Welsh. It's a bit disgusting grim, as you'd expect...

ForalltheSaints Sun 22-Nov-15 20:58:59

A History of the French Revolution.

ouryve Sun 22-Nov-15 20:59:45

The long utopia

TheoriginalLEM Sun 22-Nov-15 21:00:27

Don't be sad ghosty - put a kindle on your Christmas list.

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