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Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver
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It was still more "preachy" than her masterpieces *Lacuna* or *Poisonwood Bible* (I think it's lazy to have characters preach to one another as a shortcut for the author to preach to the reader) but I found these characters more developed and connect ...more
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