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RachelCabbit

RachelCabbit

Joined May 2016

New Teacher. Aspiring Writer. Avid Reader.
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*cries* The feels!

RaimeyGallant We're playing #LitsyLove today. Consider yourself SmittenByLittens. :) 2y
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Cold Comfort Farm | Stella Gibbons

I was not expecting to enjoy this book as much as I am! So funny!

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Psycho | Robert Bloch
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It's worrying that I share this in common with Norman Bates...

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Pickpick

Good all-round book on fitness, diet, motivation/mindfulness and a glimpse into the story of the world's top tennis player. I won't be going gluten-free, but I will be using the recipes and exercise tips in this book!

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Pickpick

This book gave me nightmares. The content is chilling and distressing as it follows the life, crimes, incarceration and death of one of Britain's most hated serial killers. It is surprisingly balanced throughout most of the book, referring to various stories given in an attempt to show the truth.

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Panpan

Pretty much copies P&P but adds a few extra scenes of sex. I could forgive the Lydia prostitution and the masturbation but was uncomfortable with Charlotte giving Mr Collins a hand job. Too much.

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The Last Star | Rick Yancey
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It's here! The final book in the 5th Wave Trilogy!

Elizabeth2 I still haven't read Infinite Sea. I need to catch up! My son is reading The 5th Wave now, and we just watched the movie. Would be a good time to pick up that next book. 4y
jpmcwisemorgan I've read 5th Wave but I think I was a little burned out on YA post apocalyptic books at the time. I liked the premise though. How is the rest of the series? 4y
RachelCabbit It's pretty good :) Book 2 focuses on Ringer a lot and there are many twists and turns. It's interesting seeing the disintegration of society and humanity during the series. Most Post-Apocalyptic books tend to be set so many years after. 4y
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Girl, Interrupted | Susanna Kaysen
Mehso-so

I've yet to see the film, but wonder what they changed to make it have a more film-like narrative? It had me hooked at some points with its beautiful writing style but at others I felt bored due to rambling. I think I've been spoilt by the more colourful exploits in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest!

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Looking forward to this! Love her work out DVD even though I don't care for Geordie Shore! #healthy #goodfood

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