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Torrie | 33 comments My 50 Book Year 2010


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Torrie | 33 comments Book #29: The Red Tent The Red Tent by Anita Diamant


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Torrie | 33 comments Book #31: The Food Taster The Food Taster by Peter Elbling


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Torrie | 33 comments Book #34: Sarah's Key Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay


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Torrie wrote: "Book #37: I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell"

What did you think of this one? I had mixed feelings...


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Torrie | 33 comments Lindsey wrote: "Torrie wrote: "Book #37: I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell"

What did you think of this one? I had mixed feelings..."


Well...you have to read it objectively, knowing that this guy is just a total douchebag and be glad that you never ran into him at a bar somewhere (based on the years of the stories, we were in college during same time). That said, some of the stories were funny and there were some good one-liners, but a lot was kind of boring and rambling. It seemed like this guys just likes talking about himself and finds himself to be a lot more interesting than he actually is. Also - don't bother with the movie, it had almost nothing to do with the book and wasn't very good.


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Torrie | 33 comments Book #44: Three Junes Three Junes by Julia Glass


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Torrie | 33 comments Book #45: A Reliable Wife A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick


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Torrie | 33 comments Book #47: And Only to Deceive And Only to Deceive (Lady Emily, #1) by Tasha Alexander

Very disappointed that with only a few days left - it looks like I am going to fall a bit short of 50 books this year. Hope to make it in 2011.


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