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The Kite Runner

"The Kite Runner" Khaled Hosseini ///// On ALA's Top Ten list of Frequently Banned/Challenged Books of the Year: 2008

The Kite Runner by - Khaled Hosseini makes you think about all the things that you take TOO SERIOUSLY in your life. And, if you're a writer, it inspires you to write BETTER.

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. A friendship between a wealthily boy and the son of his father's servant. Moving but would be even more difficult to read now than it was several years ago (when I read it), given that the book is set in Afganistan.

Crosses between chick lit to juicy to historical fiction. Female relationships cut to the raw

I've been listening to the audiobook because a friend recommended it. I love the Southern accents!

The Girl who played with fire - Read while daniel craig was busy trying to find a copy of the first one... sets up book 3.

The Girl who played with fire - Read while daniel craig was busy trying to find a copy of the first one. sets up book

A Walk to Remember / Nicholas Sparks "A romance featuring a troublesome teenager in North Carolina who is changed for the better by the love of a girl. She is the angelic daughter of a local minister and the boy joins her in doing good deeds. But she has a secret which will break his heart."

A Walk to Remember, Nicholas Sparks. "When I told you that I prayed for you," she finally said to me, "what did you think I was talking about?

Can't believe I never pinned this before, because I adore this book, Bel Canto - Ann Pachett

Bel Canto is one of those books that completely transports you into another world. The characters, the setting and emotions evoked are wonderful. I have since read everything Ann Patchett has written - but Bel Canto remains my favourite

The Giver by Lois Lowry - I believe production has started on a movie version...I love it when my favorite books become movies!

The giver- my teacher made me read this book in like the or grade. i still remember it and it was actually not that bad- it got the attention of a middle school student so it had to be at least decent you figure. but i enjoyed it and i recommend it.

For the protagonist of this peerlessly observant first novel is Sayuri, one of Japan's most celebrated geisha, a woman who is both performer and courtesan, slave and goddess.

Memoirs of a Geisha- Could not sleep the night I started the book I had to finish it.

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