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    If you've never had the chance to give it a read... I'd suggest the Once and Future King by T.H. White. It's a lovely book

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    I'm almost done reading The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver. It's really, really good. Set in the Congo around the time of their independence from colonial rule.

    Oh, and ditto CraftyCorvid! The Once and Future King is one of my favorite books!

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    Barbara Kingsolver is a terrific writer.

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    I LOVE reading!!! some of my favorites:

    Poisonwood Bible
    Bel Canto
    The Awakening

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    I just read The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion, and it was wonderful. A nonfiction read about the nature of grief by a woman who lost her husband and very nearly lost her daughter within the same month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMalaprop View Post
    I'm almost done reading The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver. It's really, really good. Set in the Congo around the time of their independence from colonial rule.

    Oh, and ditto CraftyCorvid! The Once and Future King is one of my favorite books!
    I've heard so much about this book but still haven't gotten around to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecouchdesigns View Post
    I just read The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion, and it was wonderful. A nonfiction read about the nature of grief by a woman who lost her husband and very nearly lost her daughter within the same month.
    That was a phenomenal read!

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    I recently finished the Harry Potter series again and can never recommend it enough. "Childish" but a fun read for sure!

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    I have been enjoying Nicholas Sparks books. An easy read with some good plot twists

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    I have been looking for a good read as well. I am so desperate that I have taken to rereading some of my favs.


 
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