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The Council of Nine

Any recommendations..?

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I have tommorrow off...lovely...I am thinking about buying a couple of new books does anyone have any recommendations..?

I'm also going to get "Blue Planet" on DVD....can't wait...anyone got any decent DVD's lately...?

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rolleyes.giflaugh.gif Would be handy if we knew a little about what you like... U have a day off blink.gif

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Neanderthal by John Darton, a complete novel with no loose ends and a few neat twists. I liked it.

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Sorry Cw...that was a bit vague was'nt it...anything interesting really...any genre....as long as it's bit "different".

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Well, since 'Children of Dune' is coming to

tv soon, I decided to read the original 'Dune',

so I would be more up to speed when it

premieres in March. smile.gif

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Not a bad idea Spacey...I shall revisit the old classics...if I can find them....off home..cheers...read you all Monday.

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I work at a library and I can't think of any books to recommend, shows you how well I am able to help those at work laugh.giflaugh.gif

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how about any of the discworld series by terry pratchett, or the wheel of time by robert jordan.

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