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Jane
Jane is 58% done
I would like to see more exploration of the idea that fossils are evidence of God's love for us. Not quite sure how we're getting there (although the idea of God hiding cool stuff for us to find is fun).
May 19, 2012 04:32PM
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Jane
Jane is 65% done
"He's here as the smile of God, I believe, because he has one for everyone."
May 19, 2012 08:19PM
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Jane
Jane is 63% done
I can't help thinking Reginald has a gay crush on Peter. In a Christian novel???
May 19, 2012 05:05PM
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Jane is on page 61 of 416
I do have a problem with Cosima saying "milord" to Peter. That's what a servant would say. Cosima's his social equal & should call him Lord Peter.
May 19, 2012 04:50PM
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Jane
Jane is 42% done
I find (for once) that I'm much more interested in the modern story than the historical romance. Hearing Talie being reassured that her child is "not far behind the normal range" brings back poignant memories.
May 19, 2012 08:05AM
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A review of my Kindle has turned up over 70 unread books (Misfit!) and several I've been meaning to read but had lost track of. The Oak Leaves and its sequel On Sparrow Hill are two of them, by my friend IRL Maureen Lang. I love books that tackle disability, and the story of the Fragile X genetic disorder woven into these should be fascinating.
May 18, 2012 07:27PM
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