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Re: Way of Shadows (Night Angel trilogy + spoilers)
« Reply #15 on: April 20, 2015, 06:48:27 PM »
That's always nice especially if it's not a much read book it's like OMG you've read it as well, I thought it was only me who had read this awesome book!  :)
This is where reading paper books comes to the fore, and people can actually see what you're reading - I can't be the only one who, when reading a great book in a public place, wonders if someone, anyone, would come up to me and say "that book is amazing, I'm so glad you're reading it" ;D
(am I really the only one? :-[)
I've been known to say that to people at Waterstone's, if they're picking up a favourite book of mine, hehe - the crazy lady actually *talking* with people in shops 8)
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Re: Way of Shadows (Night Angel trilogy + spoilers)
« Reply #16 on: April 21, 2015, 12:11:49 AM »
That's always nice especially if it's not a much read book it's like OMG you've read it as well, I thought it was only me who had read this awesome book!  :)
This is where reading paper books comes to the fore, and people can actually see what you're reading - I can't be the only one who, when reading a great book in a public place, wonders if someone, anyone, would come up to me and say "that book is amazing, I'm so glad you're reading it" ;D
(am I really the only one? :-[)
I've been known to say that to people at Waterstone's, if they're picking up a favourite book of mine, hehe - the crazy lady actually *talking* with people in shops 8)
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