I love finding a good book but always feel lost when I'm finished. I love choosing the next book to read. Will it be the next on the list in the Facebook Bookclub? Or will I have a browse and see what mood I'm in?
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For now, I'm happy with the one I'm reading. However, I've also got 'The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared' reserved from the library.
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