Great book, and better than the great movie adaptation. Kathryn Stockett, Author of The Help
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Yes. Now- I'm always about 365 days behind everyone else in the reading world, simply because I boycott popular books for as long as I can stand to: like, say, Emily Giffin novels... can't possibly be any good if that many of my girlfriends actually read them! But The Help, my dears, is worth reading. I didn't want it to end! Now that's the sign of a truly good book... and well-written too! GAsp!
Books worth reading / The Help
favorite book in the whole. wide. universe.-The Help written by Kathryn Stockett
The Help. On my list of to-reads once i finish all of the books in "A Song of Ice and Fire"
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