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“‘The Summons’ by John Grisham. Its about a lawyer returning home to meet his father and the conflict between his father and him.”

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“‘The Ha-Ha’ by Dave King. Its about a guy returning from war with a head injury, he can’t speak, and he is trying to care for a 9-year-old boy.”

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“‘The Medicine of the Five Rings’ by Robert Rister. It’s about Chinese medicine.”

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“‘90 minutes in Heaven’ by Don Piper. It’s about a pastor. He was in a car accident and was severely injured, died and went to heaven for 90 minutes. … It talks about how his faith pulled him through.”

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“‘Lover Unbound’ by J. R. Ward. It’s a fantasy novel about vampires.”


Deja Coffin 9 years, 2 months ago

Big Stone Gap by Adriana Trigiani and a William Bernhardt book.

SMe 9 years, 2 months ago

"Before the Curtain..."Anthony Boucher

bearded_gnome 9 years, 2 months ago

labmonkey,I recently read that, it was quite good. my favorite elements were those discussing Reagan's work with that massive amount of film from the death camps. very impressive. during the '30s and '40s word from Moscow was that communists and their sympathisers in the u.s. should call themselves "progressives." also from the book.***now reading "a sense of the world ..." about James Holman, blinded during the napoleonic war, became known as "the blind traveler" writing about his experiences traveling all over the world. have caught a few errors by author regarding history, tallships, but it is well written, very engaging.

Chloe 9 years, 2 months ago

I just finished a really outstanding novel. It was intelligent, witty, highly unusual, beautifully written, and a page-turner. It's called The Master Planets, authored by Donald Gallinger.

trinity 9 years, 2 months ago

eb white essays that came highly recommended by my brainiac kidlet. :)

ThatGirl2 9 years, 2 months ago

Sway: The Irresitable Pull of Irrational Behavior.Everyone should read it.

jaywalker 9 years, 2 months ago

"Teach like your hair's on fire" by Rafe Esquithand "Great Escapes", a compilation of true escape stories by people like Winston Churchill, among others. Fascinating.

treesplease 9 years, 2 months ago

Just finished (since thanksgiving)... While you were gone (sue miller) like water for chocolate( laura esquivel) the joy luck club and the bonesetters daughter ( amy tan) All really great.

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