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White Jacket Required---this feels weird to pin my own book but I'm going for it!

White Jacket Required---Jenna from Eat, Live, Run

The Help by Kathyn Stockett.  Life in the South in the 60s.  Skeeter decides to write a book from the perspective of the black maids.  All the stories of humiliation and pain come out along with the love the maids have for the children they are raising for their employers. Writing the stories puts Skeeter into the world of fear and injustice in the black families live with daily.

The Help Deluxe Edition Kathryn Stockett

Not a typical courtroom thriller--complex characters, keeps you guessing till the very climactic ending!

Defending Jacob by William Landay Read

books to reread as an adult

15 Books You Must Reread As An Adult

-A list of 15 books that are commonly found in school libraries and curriculums, the author suggests we reread these in the light of our life experience. books to reread as an adult.

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Final 2013 Reading Update - The Mom Creative

just finished this today! a must read for young women who are becoming themselves and/or looking for the man they want to spend their life with.

every woman should read this book

How to Love an American Man - Kristine Gasbarre. Read it in 2 days soooo good!

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"The rare book in which the modern day story is as compelling as the wartime tale it contains. A look at Nazi Germany through the lens of the immigration issues of our own time, El Paso, Texas and Garmisch Germany" Excellent read

Ten great books

Great Books for a Book Club (or just to read yourself) ~ I've read Room, Never Let Me Go, Glass Castle, Loving Frank and Sarah's Key. Currently reading The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

10 Book Recommendations Based On Your Favorite TV Shows. Huffington Post, 3/5/14. "Choosing a book can be hard though. There are just so many out there. Things are about to get a whole lot easier though. Choose your next read based on your favorite TV show. Stories are stories, no matter what medium they're displayed in."

10 Book Recommendations Based On Your Favorite TV Shows

I enjoyed this book sooo much more than I was expecting too! The main character has similar characteristics to Sheldon Cooper and it's great to hear his thought process. I would definitely recommend this easy read to anyone who enjoys rom-coms.

Hard to get into at first but once I did it was hard to put down.  Like how Edgarian writes.

Three Stages of Amazement: A Novel

Hard to get into at first but once I did it was hard to put down. Like how Edgarian writes.

Another great read. A man that leaves his family to live with the wolves. Then a terrible accident. His life is now in the hands of the family he left.  Excellent story.

"Lone Wolf", by Jodi Picoult (You can't miss with a Jodi Picoult book)

A difficult and uncomfortable story about abuse within a family.. but the message of resiliance and redemption that shines through is worth it.

The Kindness of Strangers: Katrina Kittle- not an especially well-written book and the characters didn't ring true but enough to it to make me recommend it to friends.

OK, I admittedly haven't finished it yet, but I am enjoying it so much that I am going to go ahead and put it here. About a retired surgeon with Alzheimers.

Turn of Mind by Alice LaPlante. Implicated in the murder of her best friend, Jennifer White, a brilliant retired surgeon with dementia, struggles with fractured memories of their complex relationship and wonders if she actually committed the crime.

The 22 Most Anticipated Book Club Reads Coming in 2017

The Most Anticipated Book Club Reads of 2017

2017 is going to be an excellent year for book releases! Here's a list of some of the most anticipated books that are perfect for your book club to read.

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The Man Who Quit Money: Mark Sundeen: True story of a man who gave up money

Reading books is definitely part of my life. It has become natural to me just like brushing my teeth or going to the gym and...

Reading books is definitely part of my life. It has become natural to me just like brushing my teeth or going to the gym and.