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Old 02-12-2015, 08:31 AM
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Going back to the OP, I haven't heard of any of the ten books which made the list, but I quite fancy the last two.

Can anyone tell me, is Cloud Atlas worth reading? I see David Mitchell has made this list...I have a sample of Cloud Atlas on my kindle but it's not grabbed me enough to make me rush out and buy it...but then I've never let that put me off before. If someone tells me it's brilliant then I'll invest quite happily. I rarely come across a book I don't enjoy.
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