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I finished All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel by Anthony Doerr. It's a beautiful story and I loved it...except for the ending. I had envisioned how I saw the book ending, but I was wrong and the ending I had imagined was the only one I wanted.

A book worth reading for ALL interested in Philosophy.. Based on a TRUE story. Written well by Mitch Albom

Livros: (5) Reflexão sobre a Culpa!...A Rainha do Crime,em 1934,publica um romance onde vários passageiros de um trem são suspeitos de um excepcional assassinato.Trama intrigante e final que nos deixa mais apaixonados pela inteligência de Hercule Poirot -Agatha Christie

I walk out of the library with this many books and some random stranger says: "Are you going to READ all those?!" Really? what else would I do with them?

“Prejudices, it is well known, are most difficult to eradicate from the heart whose soil has never been loosened or fertilised by education: they grow there, firm as weeds among stones.” ― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

Just read this book and really enjoyed it.

Defending Jacob: A Novel by William Landay. I really liked this book.. thought it was a great mystery/court drama with a lot of twists and turns.

This seems out of place among all of my other "weirdo" type reads; however, it is my ultimate favorite. I literally read it once or twice a year...

In Sterling, New Hampshire, 17-year-old high school student Peter Houghton has endured years of verbal and physical abuse at the hands of classmates. His best friend, Josie Cormier, succumbed to peer pressure and now hangs out with the popular crowd that often instigates the harassment. One final incident of bullying sends Peter over the edge and leads him to commit an act of violence that forever changes the lives of Sterling’s residents.

Zorba The Greek, a novel by Nikos Kazantzakis. Book designer unknown. First published in Faber in 1961. www.flickr.com/...

such a fantastical story... Will always love Roald Dahl