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The Hour I First Believed by Wally Lamb
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Jan 10, 10

Read in January, 2010

Really loved this book. Wally Lamb does an amazing job at seamlessly interweaving several different stories into one. From Columbine and how it leaves the character Maureen emotionally damaged and irrevocably changed, to the backstory for Caleum's family that dates back over 100 years to another tragedy that befalls them both...it was a long read at over 700 pages but worth it, not once was I bored with the story or reading.
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Elizabeth Did you like it better than "She's Come Undone"? I could not get into that book.


Theresa Well, I read his other two books, gosh, about 10 years ago (yikes!)- I'd say I probably liked this one just as much as I liked the others. I liked both of his other ones.


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