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Answer for question 4491.

Do you have any books that you have been meaning to read, but just haven't gotten around to? What are they? How did you hear about them, and why do they interest you?
Gosh, plenty.

Far too many to list. However, one series I really do keep meaning to read is Trudi Canavan's Traitor Spy Trilogy trilogy which is a sequel to her Black Magician Trilogy. Of course I'll have to reread the first trilogy first *g*

I seem to recall I found them on Amazon when browsing or they might have popped up in a recommendation - it has been some time since I bought them.

They interest me because I've read the first trilogy and I do like to follow things through.
Tags: !memes/quizes, books, writer's block
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