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Review (revisited): One of Us Is Lying by Karen M McManus

I guess I’m one of those people who don’t really mind fan-fiction. Hell, I guess I’m just not smart enough to see it in most books. 351 more words

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Review: The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

I bought this book when it was first announced as an Oprah Book Club® Selection in 2001. I picked it up more than a few times and tried to read it. 270 more words

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Review: Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry

Sure this is going to be perhaps my shortest review ever, but face it, you guys probably already know everything there is to know about the book. 76 more words

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Stardust

Looking at the Moon and the Orion nebula from a roof top together with a true friend

The telescopes were brought to the panorama floor of the museum “het MAS” by the Urania observatory staff and volunteers, including Robert Matheus – a very special someone who has already done so much for us in the past. 22 more words

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Review: Fat Chance by Nick Spalding

I enjoyed the story. I also found myself laughing out loud more than once at the diary entries. I might have even gotten a wee bit emotional at the running race. 263 more words

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Review: When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Won’t lie, parts of this short novel were a bit hard. My father died of cancer. Cancer that started in the lungs and metastasis to the brain. 353 more words

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Review: When I'm Gone by Emily Bleeker

I started this book and immediately found myself drawn in. As the book continued I admit, I started to become angry with the wife. I can’t imagine how hard it would be to let go and accept someone whom you loved a great deal had died if they remained in contact with you. 265 more words

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