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      The Feast Nearby: How I Lost My Job, Buried a Marriage, and Found My Way by Keeping Chickens, Foraging, Preserving, Bartering, and Eating Locally (All on Forty Dollars a Week) by Robin Mather

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    07\08 Slow to start. I got annoyed with how the author decided to start with Gwen's impending marriage to Arthur but then recount things from both their pasts. I just wanted to get on with everything. About halfway through things got really good though, so I'm glad I stuck through the beginning. The book was very rich and thorough. 8/10

    Anna Bauer. I like the layering of colors.

    In her historical novels about Kentucky, Janice Holt Giles has become known for the integrity with which she handles her material and for the realism with which she writes. In The Believers, first published in 1957, she continues her series about the settling of Kentucky with a moving story of love and marriage set in a Shaker community.