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12 years 4 months ago #57780 by Zara2009
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Zara2008 wrote:

www.beverlyengel.com/books/jekyllandHydesyndrome.html

This is a great book only half way through

The Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome. Great for understand dual personalities etc. Would recommend it.

Cant wait to get to the end now to see if I am one.:laugh:

Seriously, it is really informative.

Amazon about £8.00

zara



This is a scarey book. I can think of many people I know that act as described in the book. It does say that each and every one of us has the syndrome in some form.

It is definitely a book to read.

No more fizzy drinks for me :ohmy:

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12 years 4 months ago #57787 by saffron1968
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This is a great book, available from Amazon

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12 years 4 months ago #57789 by saffron1968
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wouldnt let me put pic on of book

Its \"If you could see me now\"....by Cecilia Ahern

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12 years 4 months ago #58361 by Jollyrocket
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I love to read - usually got my nose in some book or another.

Lover A thousand Splendid sons too. Also love all Marion Keyes, Just finished \"thanks for the memories\" Loved it. Her book \"a place called here\" also really good.Whimsical and lovely.

Will read chick lit anything really but dont like crime stuff - gives me bad dreams!! (as if I dont have enough to have bad dreams about!!)

Love all R and J books although I missed their last season of books.

The Time travellers Wife another top fave of mine.
Birdsong - amazing.
How to talk to a widower - lovely and funny.
Marshamllows for breakfast - Dorothy Koomson - all her books are lovely - but sad too - so dont read if feeling vulerable.

keep up suggestions - love this post:)

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12 years 3 months ago #68633 by misstified
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it has taken me a couple of years o get back into reading - concenration wen to pot for quie a while!

will read anything and if i have no book then the back of the cereal pack will do!!

fav. a themo - five people you mee in heaven - mark absalom great read

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12 years 3 months ago #68845 by Young again
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Hi All,

Does anyone else find that their taste in literature, music and film varies with their mood?

For example I sometimes play classical music and/or read a 'lightweight' book to relax and not tax my brain too much. At other times I dive into something thought provoking.

For those who know and like Zara's recommendation of Ms Auel's books, I would recommend Colleen McCullough's series 'The Masters of Rome'.

YA

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12 years 3 months ago #68958 by misstified
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definately! sometimes i read a book that is like eating a bowl of ice-cream (katie Ffford) others a book has to have meaning, and make me think! all depends on my state of mind

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