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You want to know what I hate?

SUMMER! It is too hot and everyone is so busy even though they don't think they will be. I don't ever feel like reading. I just want to vegitate because doing anything that takes anymore energy creates body heat and I DON'T WANT TO FEEL ANY HOTTER.

What kind of reading do you enjoy in the summer?
Have you been reading anything good lately?

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  1. I'm reading GIRL OVERBOARD--I started it when it was REALLY hot here... the snowboarding talk is helping somehow. It's great!

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  2. I hate summer, too and feel the same way. even with all the fans on, i just can't get cool enough. I miss winter.

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  3. Summer bites! I'm currently roasting in my office (I'm furthest from the air conditioner) I much rather have fall or spring or even winter! Ahh! I'm hoping to read a lot of YA this summer. :)

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  4. I definitely hate summer, especially days here where I am today and it's looking like it's going to rain again...I'm getting ready to read Ann Patchett's Bel Canto.

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