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  • Jennifer Oakley

    The Red Tent. Another book worth reading. Couldn't put it down!

  • gerwicksgirl

    July's Bookclub Selection, really enjoyed the interaction and relationships of the women in this one...not easy to describe but def worth a read

  • Angela Lenort

    The Red Tent by Anita Diamant One of my favorite books of all time. So hard to describe, but I found myself reading it again and finding great comfort in its story after the loss of my first child.

  • Jennifer McCollum

    The Red Tent: A Novel: Anita Diamant Such a good book!

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