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Subject: Not quite done, but...


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Mary Salome
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Date Posted: Thu, May 24 2007, 22:48:13 GMT

I've never been so affected by a book. I can't stop thinking about it. I read it while I'm walking, I want to call in sick so I can finish it. I feel like I'm on a drug or back in my first relationship and completely messed up by the feelings. I love this book and I can't wait to be finished. I borrowed it from someone and don't think I can give it back -- I'll have to replace his copy.

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Author:
stephan (i understand)
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Date Posted: Fri, May 25 2007, 18:49:11 GMT

>I've never been so affected by a book. I can't stop
>thinking about it. I read it while I'm walking, I want
>to call in sick so I can finish it. I feel like I'm on
>a drug or back in my first relationship and completely
>messed up by the feelings. I love this book and I
>can't wait to be finished. I borrowed it from someone
>and don't think I can give it back -- I'll have to
>replace his copy.
i understand how u feel am reading again because i missed so many things first time around,its a very powerfull experience this book and in a way changes the wa u see thingsx

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Author:
Mary Salome
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Date Posted: Thu, May 31 2007, 18:18:24 GMT

Thank you... I feel like such a dork because I can't stop talking about the book and no one around me understands! I'm slowly getting them to read it so I can talk to them about it -- though they are afraid it won't live up to all my raving.

I want to re-read it, too, so I can savor details I know I missed because I was so caught up in the plot.

>i understand how u feel am reading again because i
>missed so many things first time around,its a very
>powerfull experience this book and in a way changes
>the wa u see thingsx

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[> Subject: Re: Not quite done, but...


Author:
stephan (i no)
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Date Posted: Sun, Jun 03 2007, 23:45:12 GMT

>i totally understand since i read it i felt like i was sucked into their world the characters are so well written ,my dad is irish and i no a million doylers and jims and aunt sawneys etc, i felt like i was in grief at the end and felt deppressed when i had finished but when it passes you realise you have read a very powerfull book and it kind of changes the way you see things xI've never been so affected by a book. I can't stop
>thinking about it. I read it while I'm walking, I want
>to call in sick so I can finish it. I feel like I'm on
>a drug or back in my first relationship and completely
>messed up by the feelings. I love this book and I
>can't wait to be finished. I borrowed it from someone
>and don't think I can give it back -- I'll have to
>replace his copy.

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