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Self-Made Man,’ by Norah Vincent. It’s about a woman who masquerades as a man for a year to study interactions between men and women in relationships, friendships and at work.”

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“Right now I’m reading ‘Nobody Plays with a Cabbage,’ by Meindert DeJong. It’s a great children’s story.”

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Dance of Death,’ by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. The protagonist is a reoccurring agent, Pendergast, and his brother is killing off all of his friends, but they are having trouble linking the murders to him.”

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World Without End,’ by Ken Follett. It’s a sequel to ‘Pillars of the Earth’ and takes up the story of the same village about 200 years later in the mid-14th century. I think the first book was better, though.”

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The World is Flat,’ by Thomas L. Friedman. He was an economist who works for the Washington Post, and it’s all about globalization and the future.”


ms_canada 10 years, 2 months ago

I have just finished Confessions of a Pagan Nun by Kate Horsley. In the prologue Ms. Horsley says that it is a translation of some codices which date back to AD 450 approx. found in excavations near Kildare in Ireland. The codices were written by a Druidess turned Christian nun named Gwynneve. They contain her life story and her death. The death account was added at the end by her friend and mentor, Giannon. I loved the poetic like prose of this tale. The original which was written in Gaelic follows the style of Gaelic prose in it's flowery imagery and embellishment. It is a style that flows off the tongue with such ease that thoughts flow like a fast rushing stream down a mountainside. A great book which I highly recommend if you can find it.

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