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Website: http://www.thameslibrary.co.nz/
Location: Thames
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Jul 14, 2014

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Read any good books lately? 5 Replies

Hey guys, seems like a silly topic really, but I'm interested in any books you've enjoyed recently... 

Tags: books

Started by Rebekah Ann Manley-Campbell. Last reply by Renee Rose Annan Nov 6, 2010.

Shantaram 2 Replies

reading this book at the moment - is an amazing book! Has anyone read it?Escaped  Aussie convict goes on the run to India, all a true story told by a great writer. Continue

Started by Renee Rose Annan. Last reply by Renee Rose Annan Nov 6, 2010.

Book Reviews 13 Replies

Would anyone be interested in a book club type discussion, where maybe we all read the same book and post our opinions etc... on this site?

Tags: books

Started by Rebekah Ann Manley-Campbell. Last reply by Ian Stewart Aug 31, 2010.

 

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