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    I admit the middle part dragged a bit....but I liked the writing style and particularly the first section. I liked Gulliver's Travels too, it picked up after a slow start and I enjoyed the political ranting underlying the story.
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    Yeah I can't deny it is good, the beginning and the end I enjoyed, just the middle that dragged for me, and it was very good to write essays on.

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    I've just downloaded jk rowlings new book, anyone read it?

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    No, but want to, let us know what you think!

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    Im working my way through the House of Night series - teen vampire fiction

    Just read Jilly Cooper's Polo and Riders. Sex and horses - amazing books!!

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    I've just finished the Eragorn books. Really enjoyed them, so much better than the film.

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