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Teresa G. Osgood

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Maryland, The United States
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Teresa lives in the Pacific Northwest with her brilliant husband and four inspiring sons. She frequently gets lost in dictionaries and other good books.

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Average rating: 4.52 · 31 ratings · 9 reviews · 3 distinct works
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Kestra and Simon each have a lot to hide, and a lot to discover, in this exciting tale of politics, oppression, magic, and family.
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Emma by Jane Austen
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I'd forgotten what a pill Emma is! Definitely a big fish in a small pond, and she makes it even smaller with her overweening sense of propriety. Still, I like her, and her friends and neighbors are such amusingly well-defined characters that it's a r ...more
Emma by Jane Austen
"Read it for my book club. Loved it. Very witty, love how flawed Emma’s character is, how real she seems."
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I'd forgotten what a pill Emma is! Definitely a big fish in a small pond, and she makes it even smaller with her overweening sense of propriety. Still, I like her, and her friends and neighbors are such amusingly well-defined characters that it's a r ...more
The Cater Street Hangman by Anne Perry
"Even though I'm reading this forty years after it's release, I feel that this book could have been released today. It is a murder mystery that takes place in the late 19th century in England. The main character, Charlotte, is not your typical youn..." Read more of this review »
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Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede
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I just love these books. I enjoy embroidery and dancing more than Cimorene does, but otherwise, she's my kind of girl. And while the Enchanted Forest is full of familiar fairy-tale elements, Ms. Wrede weaves them into completely original stories. It' ...more
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Confucius
“If names be not correct, language is not in accordance with the truth of things.”
Confucius, The Analects of Confucius

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“Where words lose their meaning, people lose their lives.”
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