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The Seven Sisters by Margaret Drabble
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May 23, 2010

really liked it
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Recommended to Melody by: Ellen Sullivan
Read from April 21 to May 06, 2011

It's one of those books that make a nice little shiver run up your back and a tiny little squeeze of tears come out of your eyes when you finish. Don't know what the formula is to produce such an effect. I think it's at least one multi-faceted character, a little plot (doesn't have to be much - but I do require some plot) and some non-predictability. Yep. I think that might sum it up. And as for my reviews - I don't feel the need to report one bit of information about what the book's about. Just want to record my reaction.
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04/27/2011 page 14
4.0% "I see that I have mentioned Andrew three times already in this diary. I think that means that I shouldtry to give some account of him and of my marriage to him. I am not sure that I will be able to tell the truth. I am not sure if I know the truth. I will try not to whine and bleat too much."
05/01/2011 page 93
29.0% "I don't understand a world in which black men buy fizzy water in Sainsbury's without hesitating about the cost,, while I think I can't afford it. I suppose I could afford it, but I think I can't. Tap water is good enough for me. Nobody has died of it yet, as far as I know. Are they all B-movie actors, like Achilles, these mineral-water-drinking black men?"
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