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The book describes these women’s lives post-graduation, beginning with the marriage of one of the friends, Kay Strong, and ending with her funeral in 1940. Each character struggles with different issues, including sexism in the work place, child-raising, financial difficulties, family crises, and sexual relationships.

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This book is unbelievable! Every person alive should read it. Easy read. Fourth Grade reading level. It doesn't matter if you are 46 or 4th grade. Unbelievable book!!!

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You know, I see these all the time for all different fandoms. But I think what people don't realize is that it's completely true.

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Top 32 Popular Fiction Books for Book Clubs -

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I do this every time!

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The Flute Keeper's Voyage, Book 2 in the Flute Keeper Series. It gets better with every read! This series goes on my must read list for my daughter.

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The Flute Keeper, Book 1 by Ashley Setzer. Best Young Adult Series since Harry Potter! Great female heroine. I can't wait for my daughter to be old enough to read this series!

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The Flute Keeper's Training, Book 3 of the Flute Keeper Series. I LOVE these books! I cannot wait for the 4th one to come out. If you loved Harry Potter, you will LOVE The Flute Keeper!

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By Marcus Zusak. It's an amzing novel that follows a girl in Nazi Germany from Death's point of view. It's clever and well written and tear inducing at points. It gives an interesting insight into Nazi Germany and is compelling to read. The kiss. . . So sad.

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