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  • Sara Arteaga Calderón

    Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake - Anna Quindlen: I found this book repetitive, boring and all over the place. Maybe I am a bit young for this book, I could probably read it again in about 20 years, but still, I will have nothing in common with the author, we are from completely different generations and I don't think I will ever relate to her. ☆☆☆

  • Suzanne Sophos

    Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake | thumbs up! Essays that you can pick up in between other things. Required reading for the aging everywoman (yeah, that's me). ;) [ book, reading ]

  • Katherine Myers

    In this irresistible memoir, the New York Times bestselling author and winner of the Pulitzer Prize Anna Quindlen writes about looking back and ahead—and celebrating it all—as she considers marriage, girlfriends, our mothers, faith, loss, all the stuff in our closets, and more. Library has CD only

  • Sheri Bratton

    Sounds interesting

  • Kathryn Marmion

    Quindlen writes it as it is. I relate to her as we have had some similar life experiences.

  • Kathy Houret

    Anna Quindlen "Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake"

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