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Books for fans of Gone Girl

10 Dark and Twisty Books for 'Gone Girl' Fans

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How have I been lucky enough to come here, to be alive, when so many others are not? I should have died.? But I am here. 1945. Surviving the brutality of a Nazi prison camp, Marta Nederman is lucky to have escaped with her life. Recovering from the horror, she meets Paul, an American soldier who gives her hope of a happier future. But their plans to meet in London are dashed when Paul's plane crashes. Devastated and pregnant, Marta marries Simon, a caring British diplomat, and glimpses the joy that home and family can bring. But her happiness is threatened when she learns of a Communist spy in British intelligence, and that the one person who can expose the traitor is connected to her past.

The Diplomat's Wife

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The Fault In Our Stars - that's about how many tissues I am using right now... And I'm not even done with it!!!!!

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The Dry Grass of August - a potential read about a young girl discovering her own opinions regarding slavery

The Dry Grass of August

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Breath, Eyes, Memory by Edwidge Danticat...One of my favorites

Unsaid by Neil Abramson. Comes highly-recommended by Editor-in-Chief Connie Wilson!

Thanks to @SheReads BookClub I received a copy of Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline. Molly, a troubled teen, uncovers an older woman, Vivan's, past while completing her community service hours. But this story is more unique because the background is the real life time in history when orphans were taken on trains to be distributed to new families. . . many times as indentured servants. I could not put this book down!

Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline - Love at First Book

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Amaryllis in Blueberry By Christina Meldrum

Amaryllis in Blueberry

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5/1/2014 If you knew you may die soon, what choices would you make? From the bestselling author of HERE, HOME, HOPE and ALL THE DIFFERENCE . . .Jennifer Benson has it all: a successful career, a perfect husband, two kids and abundant friendships. The only problem is she may be dying. Diagnosed with cancer, she enters an experimental treatment facility to tackle her death sentence the same way she's tackled her life - head on. While she's there, she decides to throw herself a

5/1/2014 If you knew you may die soon, what...

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The Rules of Inheritance by Claire Bidwell Smith

The Tipping Point

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The Forgotten Garden

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To Dance With the White Dog by Terry Kay. This short book is a loving eulogy to old age, a tender celebration of life, made poignant by death being so close at hand. I enjoyed this immensely.

Great book and inspiring to read.

Only 5 % of adults read 50+ books a year.

A great non fiction book, very hard to put down! ♥

By FAR the best non-fiction book I have ever read. I laughed out loud, and cried, and thought hard about how I wanted to live after reading this book. I recommend it to anyone. The first Christian book that isn't sugar coated & cheesy to be "Sunday school appropriate", but still brings so much honor to God. He writes about life in a real deal way. Loved it :)

Book Review: Tattoos on the Heart

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One of the best non-fiction books I've ever read!

The Unseen by Katherine Webb Set in two time periods, 100 years apart, Webb deftly weaves the two stories together, keeping readers engrossed and guessing until the final pages.A freelance journalist is called to Belgium to help with the identification of a World War I soldier found in a bog and in possession of two personal letters. In an English village in 1911, love, the occult, ambition, jealousy and murder disrupt the peaceful existence of Reverend Albert Canning.

June's book passages: Pick your favorite

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The Things You Would Have Said: The Chance to Say What You Always Wanted Them to Know: Jackie Hooper, Joyce Bean, and Fred Stella. As a young writer, Hooper made it her project to ask the simple question "What would people say to someone if they had another chance to say it?" to anyone who would listen. And the letters began to pile up... #Books #Regret

The Light Between Oceans

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The Engagements by J. Courtney Sullivan

Spanning from the 1930s to the present day, from the Wharton Park estate in England to Thailand, this sweeping novel tells the tale of a concert pianist and the aristocratic Crawford family, whose shocking secrets are revealed, leading to devastating consequences.

The Orchid House: A Novel

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Notes From a Blue Bike , can't wait to read this one!