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“‘Glitter Baby’ by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. We are starting a book club, and we wanted something kind of light and romantic.”

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“‘A Blue Sea of Blood’ by Donald M. Kehn Jr. It’s about the destruction and disappearance of the destroyer U.S.S. Edsall in 1942 off the coast of Java.”

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“‘The Thirteenth’ by L. A. Banks. It’s about this vampire huntress and her group trying to save the world from the coming apocalypse.”

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“‘Animal, Vegetable, Miracle’ by Barbara Kingsolver. Her family spent a year eating only local foods, and she talks a lot about that and where your food comes from.”

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“‘Mu Shi Shi’ by Yuki Urushibara. It’s about supernatural entities that cause illnesses in people and a traveling doctor that specializes in curing them.”


ms_canada 9 years ago

Just finished Pompeii by Robert Harris. As told through the eyes of a Roman engineer sent to the area of Naples to be in charge of the Augusta Aquaduct, the story recounts the last two days before the grand eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in the year 79AD. An extremely interesting account that kept me reading until 1am last night. I highloy recommend this book.

Fangorn 9 years ago

"Lord of Chaos", Book Six of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series. Jordan passed away in 2007 before finishing the twelfth and final book of the series. His editor, who was also his wife, selected another author to finish the book. It is due this coming autumn. If you like fantasy-adventure, I highly recommend this series. But be prepared to commit some time to it. All eleven (so-far) books are in the 800-1000 page range. I started the series around Labor Day.ms_canada: Good to see you here! Looks like we're the only two today, though.

ms_canada 9 years ago

fangorn, dear fellow, also good to see that you have not forgotten us. Hope you and your family are keeping well.

riverdrifter 9 years ago

Reading Gunny's choice now then going to start 'Soul of Nowhere' by Craig Childs.

bearded_gnome 9 years ago

reading "bookseller of Kabul," most interesting. wonder what writer Musgrave writes in Baldwin City. curious. just finished: Skeletons on the Zahara, about a crew of an 1815 american sailing commercial vessel run aground on the wild northwestern corner of Africa, western Morocco now. enslaved, killed, nearly killed by starvation. amazing story. MsCanada a pleasure to see you good lady, tip of the hat.

Deja Coffin 9 years ago

I am reading Capitol Threat by William Bernhardt which I can't get into and I used to love his Ben Kincaid series. I'm also starting Milk Glass Moon by Adriana Trigiani which is the 3rd book in a series which is based around a character named Ave Maria and her relationships with those around her. Really good book. We started reading the first novel, Big Stone Gap in our book club and liked it so much that we read the 2nd book, Big Cherry Holler and now are on the 3rd book.

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