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message 1: by Jude (new)

Jude (stjude000) | 5 comments Tell us what book you liked the most of the ones we have previously discussed!

message 2: by Sara (new)

Sara AlAli (ssalali) | 2 comments Personally, I find "A Thousand Splendid Suns" by Khaled Hosseini outstanding.

message 3: by Jude (new)

Jude (stjude000) | 5 comments I second Sarah! I also enjoyed its discussion session the most.

message 4: by Adnan (new)

Adnan (3dnanoo94) | 1 comments A part of me does not want to answer this question, to encourage better choices of books. A lot of your book choices are good, but they are really the typical book you'd find in a discussion.

Where are books like Kafka on the Shore, The Tempest, Agamemnon, The Leopard, or The Winter of Our Discontent?

Although good, they do not encourage readers to broaden their perspective. But, to answer and not blather as usual (I apologize), the best English book discussed was Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis.

message 5: by Zoopa (new)

Zoopa | 1 comments the book thief , i enjoyed every moment of it , the fact the death was the story teller still amaze me

message 6: by Danah (new)

Danah (danahalotaibi) | 1 comments Its not about coffee & baby bumps

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