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"Still enjoying it, just taking a while to sit and finish it. The poor book is falling apart as I carry it around; it is such an old paperback." Dec 20, 2012 08:17PM

 

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The Master Butchers Singing Club by Louise Erdrich
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Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides
Middlesex
by Jeffrey Eugenides
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I just finished this. A great book I think Well written, it's as if you are right there in the story with Cal. The family dynamics and the setting. The story is how I remember the tumultuous sixties, the unrest, and the seventies when I was a teenag ...more
Anita by Keith Roberts
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The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd
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Grant by Jean Edward Smith
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" Great book and very interesting. I would read it again! "
" Anthony wrote: "Do you think Bill did a good job at telling to story of Lincoln's assassination?"

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“By now he had stared at the window through a late summer so hot and wet that the air both day and night felt like breathing through a dishrag, so damp it caused fresh sheets to sour under him and tiny black mushrooms to grow overnight from the limp pages of the book on his bedside table. Inman suspected that after such long examination, the grey window had finally said all it had to say.”
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