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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb Arkle View Post
    I looked into getting tickets for the play - it's all booked up for a couple of years and not only that, you have to go to two shows, either two nights on the trot or an afternoon and then evening show. (which of course doubles the price!)
    We saw Phillip Pullmans Dark Materials in two halves like that, it was excellent and the time went so quick

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    Quote Originally Posted by kim View Post
    We saw Phillip Pullmans Dark Materials in two halves like that, it was excellent and the time went so quick
    Cool, I didn't know that was made into a play, I liked the books.

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    The Guardians, another John Christopher.

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    THE Girl on the Train film is out in October I've just read. Starring Emily Blunt. I like her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FGG View Post
    THE Girl on the Train film is out in October I've just read. Starring Emily Blunt. I like her.
    That's spooky, I was just about to comment on that

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    Did it pop up on Facebook? That's where I saw it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FGG View Post
    Did it pop up on Facebook? That's where I saw it.
    Indirectly, a friend was commenting on the book

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    The Woodcutter by Reginald Hill.

    Best book I've read in a while.

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    Daredevil: Born Again by Frank Miller, from the 80s, never read it.

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    Funnily enough I was recently reading John Byrne's Man of Steel, Superman's retconned origin story from the late '80s. Bit dated but still a very fun read.

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