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    History you never knew.....and maybe wish you hadn't found out!

    The Law of Similars by Chris Bohjalian ~ Bohjalian does it again. Amazing the variety of excellent novels he turns out with no "formula" in sight. The subject of this one is homeopathy...say what? Sounds so blah. Believe wasn't!!! 5 out of 5 stars. I agree with the pinner who wrote this--it was a fantastic read and he kept me turning the pages til late in the night as usual:). Add to list.

    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.

    Harper Lees To Kill A Mockingbird is timeless! A must read for those who haven't yet . . My favorite book in high school I stole the book and just bought a new one last year for the anniversary of it's being published.

    One of my favorites.

    are you there god? it's me, margaret.

    Mc Cullers. the heart is a lonely hunter

    Sylvia Plath was an interesting and pathetic person. I enjoyed reading about her life since I was teaching her poetry.

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    Hemingway - The Sun Also Rises - A college favorite

    the Da Vinci code

    John Steinbeck


    Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl

    The Help

    East of Eden (Oprah Book Club Series) by John Steinbeck Recommended by Ada Great discussion of Choice Kathy is an awesome villian No audiobook


    Another great book.