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Project: Reading a book #2

March 9, 2016

Alright, it’s time to read another book. It’s called ‘This Raging Light’ and is written by Estelle Laure. I’ve actually already started this one so I’m on page 68 as I write this post. I can already tell that this book is much more aimed at teenagers. The language and everything is so different from the last book I read. Anyway, this isn’t a review, but here is a short plot summary of the book:

How is it that one day Digby was my best friend’s cute twin brother and then the next he stole air, gave jitters, twisted my insides up? And with mom gone, bills to pay and Wren to look after… Why does the best thing happen at the worst time? Can you fall in love when everything is falling apart?

It already sounds like such a teen drama, haha. But it was recommended by the staff at Whitcoulls, so why not give it a go. I’m already eyeing out the next book I want to read. Who knows how long it will take me to finish this one though (if I even will!)

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2 Comments

  • Les

    Sophie – I’m well aware that I have not commented on many of your Posts, but I’ve been looking. Reading for me is something that I don’t do that often. I’ve read a number of books in the past, but over time I’ve found that the book must keep my interest from the very start of it. The other thing about reading a book is I just don’t seem to have to patience to sit and read very much. I should. I would learn something. Best Wishes on your move to Sweden. Wish I could go there.

    March 10, 2016 at 12:59 am Reply
    • Sophie

      Yeah, I’m very similar to you in the way that the book needs to get my interest early on, or I’ll lose interest. I’m going to keep trying my hardest though, because reading is good for the mind! 🙂

      March 10, 2016 at 2:32 am Reply

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