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    a succulent Chinese meal lacuna's Avatar
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    ^wtf. that is entirely too complex for its own good. All they have to do is put a "re-reading" option. oh well.

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    I just made an account: http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/3955387

    add meeeeeeeeeee

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    here's my profile ... just made it a few days ago
    http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/4084975

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    I only just started using this, so I don't have a lot on there yet, but here's my profile: http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/3734269

    I think I have it set to private, so add me!

    Warning: I may post reviews, but they will not be nearly as good as the reviews some of you guys post in the other thread, because I cannot compete. Don't expect quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulQuake View Post
    Warning: I may post reviews, but they will not be nearly as good as the reviews some of you guys post in the other thread, because I cannot compete. Don't expect quality.
    Don't compare yourself to others! The word "review" can be kind of daunting, but it's just what *you* personally thought of the book. And I love reading other people's thoughts on books, eloquently phrased or not. Added you.

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    I did the joining of the goodreads thing today.

    Tardym but still.

    http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/4462090

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    ^ Ooh, A Murder Is Announced! Love it. The Joan Hickson TV adaptation is marvellous. Lettie Blacklock one of my fave Marple characters

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    ^ It was really wonderful. I totally recommend that one. I've been dipping in and out of the Agatha Christie novels as I come across them. Went through a fair few of them as a teenager, but there's still loads I've not read. There's a load of the best ones recently republished and available in cheap enough box sets of 5 or so.

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    I felt a compelling urge to join GoodReads after reading this thread

    me

    Now, to list from now on, or list what I've already read too... hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebby View Post
    ^ It was really wonderful. I totally recommend that one. I've been dipping in and out of the Agatha Christie novels as I come across them. Went through a fair few of them as a teenager, but there's still loads I've not read. There's a load of the best ones recently republished and available in cheap enough box sets of 5 or so.
    I need to read more Aggie C. You just reminded me, I never finished Third Girl. I must rectify this.

    (In other news, I'm beyond excited about the new Suchet Poirot adaptation of Halloween Party this week.)

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    I'm on my 77th Christie! Almost through them all. Then my updates won't be so - Christie.

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    Considering a special Christie thread. However I would also want to discuss film/TV/stage adaptations too. So where to go? TV/Film Forum? Literature Forum? Confusion!

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    ^ Literature! As it all came from that root.

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    Done!

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