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The Bombing War: Europe 1939-1945 by Richard Overy,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0713995610/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_pZEEsb1Z7F4NBE31

Sense & Sensibility: Joanna Trollope - February

The Bone Clocks, David Mitchell. With the sweeping global vision and ability to sum up whole eras of time that he's become known for, along with a fascinating dose of fantasy, The Bone Clocks is David Mitchell's most enthralling and illuminating novel yet. Gorgeously written, bracingly intelligent, poignant, and occasionally very funny...

14 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Margaret Atwood

46 Brilliant Short Novels You Can Read In A Day...read a book about reading a book a day... Reading Challenge

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt - October

Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein July very good

Eight Fictional Inventions I Wish Were Real, But Only Because I Am Lazy

Cress by Marissa Meyer, book 3 in the Lunar Chronicles. March

Incredible stories, minimal time. george orwell - shooting an elephant

The Great E-Books Vs. Print Debate

Readers are fawning over "The Last Runaway" by Tracy Chevalier, a historical fiction novel surrounding the Underground Railroad #books

Without a Map by Meredith Hall - January

Penny's current read. Compulsively readable. August

New 5-18-12. The Captive Heart by Dale Cramer. The epic story of an Amish community in peril. Inspired by actual events. July

Winter Solstice September

The Seven Sisters | Margaret Drabble. august