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Thought-provoking and touching story of a Harvard professor dealing with early onset Alzheimers.

The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency #1) The No. 1 Lady Detective, Precious Ramotswe, is clever, practical and enterprising. She solves puzzling mysteries for her neighbors, outwitting dishonest husbands, con artists and thieves. The setting of Botswana plays a fascinating role in the story too. I love Alexander McCall Smith's witty and insightful style.

I read this book after seeing the famous unicorn tapestries in Paris. The plot revolves around both the French family who commissioned the tapestries as well as the Belgian weavers who created them. I enjoyed the medieval setting, the details of how the tapestries were made and the well-developed characters in this fascinating historical novel.

A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett I've read this book countless times. I like the movie too. It always makes me cry.

Without Reservations: The Travels of an Independent Woman. My favorite travel memoir used to be My Love Affair with England by Susan Allen Toth. Now, Alice Steinbach's beautiful narrative of her year of self-discovery has won the first place blue ribbon. Taking a sabbatical from her job as a newspaper columnist and reporter in Baltimore, Alice sets out on a European adventure beginning in Paris and concluding in Venice.

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Outlander (Outlander, #1). The best of the series. I love Scotland and I adore time travel novels. Claire and Jamie are memorable characters.

I just liked this book but i thought the movie was much better. Thats a first...

Water for Elephants is a rich surprise, a delightful gem springing from a fascinating footnote to history that absolutely deserves to be mined.” –The Denver Post

Sarah's Key Very sad and definetly worth reading