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The Pipestone Quest,’ by Don Coldsmith. He writes mostly about Native Americans in the early 1800s. He’s a great Kansas writer from Emporia.”

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The Eight,’ by Katherine Neville. It’s about an ancient chess set given to Charlemagne that has magic powers. The story takes place between the 1700s and 1970s. Everyone is trying to stop this group from collecting all the pieces.”

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March of the Penguins,’ by Jordan Roberts. It’s the official companion to the movie, which is great. It’s well worth watching.”

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“I’m reading ‘Translated Woman,’ by Ruth Behar. The author translated the life story of Esperanza and brought it to America.”

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“I’m finishing ‘A Million Little Pieces,’ by James Frey. I decided to read it when I saw it on ‘Oprah.’ I stopped reading it because I was busy with school. When I heard it was kind of a hoax, I decided to start again and see what it was all about.”


ms_canada 11 years, 7 months ago

I am reading two little booklets in preparation for the messages that our Pastor is giving on The Da Vinci Code. One booklet is Exploring the Da Vinci Code by Lee Strobel and Garry Poole and the other is The Da Vinci Deception by Erwin W. Lutzer. Last week our Pastor pointed out the many times in the book that Dan Brown distorted historical facts. I wonder what today will bring.

Ceallach 11 years, 7 months ago

ms_canada: seems you have brought this question to a screeching halt :) be sure to let me know your thoughts on the booklets and the movie.

Ceallach 11 years, 7 months ago

I am reading Uther by Jack Whyte, The Metamorphosis of Merlin was the next in the series but it hasn't arrived yet and you know the old saying -- if you're not with the book you love, love the book you're with :):)

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