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You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train,’ by Howard Zinn. He writes history from the point of view of the little people. I really enjoy all of his writing.”

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Moneyball,’ by Michael Lewis. It’s about a general manager of the Oakland A’s who brought about a new way to look at recruiting and running a major league team.”

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A Widow for One Year,’ by John Irving. It’s about a middle-aged woman who’s a successful novelist and her search for her mother.”

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Eragon,’ and the second book, ‘Eldest,’ by Christopher Paolini. They were both really good. But I watched the movie they made after I read them and didn’t like it at all.”

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The Privilege of Being a Woman,’ by Alice Von Hildebrand. It’s about being a woman in today’s society and all of the wonderful privileges we enjoy. It’s a really good book for men to read too”


ms_canada 9 years, 11 months ago

Still reading Glastonbury, The Story of Christian England by Donna Fletcher Crow. This is a very large book that spans 1500 years of the history of England beginning with the arrival of Joseph of Arimathea from Palestine in about the year 50AD. I am plugging away at it rather slowly. I love history and am pretty familiar with the history of Britain, so find it interesting to look at it from a Christian point of view and the survival of the church through all the ups and downs of life in England over that time.

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