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I just finished this book. Excellent novel. A bump on the head and loss of memory for a while changes Alice's life all for the positive.

The Tree of Life - my experience of this movie was affected profoundly by viewing it in a theater in which several people got up and walked out of the theater during the movie. Their lack of patience was a bit shocking to me... It is slow and quiet and profound and worth seeing. Watch it at home by yourself when you're in a thoughtful mood. I thought it was beautiful.

“The Secret Life of Bees” by Sue Monk Kidd is a quiet story about a young girl who lives in the deep South during the 1960's. As she comes of age, she runs away from her unhappy home with her widowed father, in search of her mother's roots; ultimately to try to find out who she is. I have shared this book with many. It will always be one of my favorites.

Life Is Beautiful (Italian) Though this movie made me cry, I loved it

3191 Quarterly No. 7 {thank you Maria Alexandra Vettese and Stephanie Congdon Barnes for making my life bright, calm, gorgeous}

The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration by Susan Wilkerson #Susan_Wilkerson #Social_History

  • Joyce Welsh

    Loved this book

  • Pamela Trunk

    This book taught me much about my parents' lives and we did things a certain way.

  • Pamela Trunk

    This book taught me much about my parents' lives, why we traveled a certain way, why we stopped at certain restaurants, use certain modes of transportation.

  • Help For Women

    Looking forward to reading this book.

  • Carolyn J

    One of the best books I've ever read! Felt like my ancestors were sitting right beside me as I read this.Beautifully written.I have books that I keep near me to go back to from time to time, this book joins that rank.

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"I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, 'This is what it is to be happy.'"

Not your average crime story—or romance novel, for that matter: Sarah Waters’s The Paying Guests

ride and prejudice, by Jane Austen, illustrated by Hugh Thomson. London, 1894. (1) From: Old Book Illustrations, please visit