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message 1: by Kirsty (new)

Kirsty (kirstyonbooks) | 427 comments Mod
Would you like a book recommendation or two? Just write what kind of thing you’re looking for, or a book you have read recently which you’ve particularly enjoyed, in this thread, and anyone in the group can suggest some titles which they feel will fit.

message 2: by Karen (new)

Karen | 10 comments I finished Yaa Gyasi's "Homegoing" earlier this week and am still in awe. If you need to check Ghana off your world list, this would be an excellent choice.

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Kirsty (kirstyonbooks) | 427 comments Mod
I have that on my Kindle, and have been meaning to get to it for ages. Thanks for the reminder!

message 4: by Karen (new)

Karen | 10 comments It is an amazing book. It may take a bit to get used to the rhythm of her narrative style, but once you do, you can't put it down.

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Karen | 10 comments Hala Alyan's -Salt Houses- is a very good read. I cannot believe it has not gotten more notice, dealing, as it does, with the ideals of a cohesive family and generational displacement. It touches the heart.

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Kirsty (kirstyonbooks) | 427 comments Mod
Thanks for the recommendation, Karen! I’ll look out for it.

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