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August 28, 2009 2 Comments

Last night when I should have been packing and tiding and generally getting myself sorted for the weekend on the boat, I found myself reading instead.

I picked up a new book on the way home, from borders, and I read it on the bus, and then whilst eating dinner, and then I lay on my bed in my favourite book reading position {on one half of the duvet, with the other half wrapped over me} and I read. I didn’t do anything I ought to have been doing. It was amazing.

The only downside, I now have no-idea what I packed for sailing in.

You must read this book.


  • Helen August 28, 2009 at 1:28 pm

    Delurking to say that I love it when you can't put a book down, foregoing normal activities such as sleep in order to finish it. The downside is that there is such a sense of loss when it is finally finished. I got that when I read "The Shadow of the Wind" this summer – an equally unputdownable book that I can highly recommend.

  • Emma September 10, 2009 at 12:14 pm

    I just had a text from my mum, who I gave the book to after I finished it in 2 sittings. She read it and felt the same, a sense of loss, when she'd finished.
    Going to pop to borders on the way home I think and check out your recomendation. Thank you.

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