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What do you want to read and talk about this fall? The team from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County prepared a concise chart that would be a helpful guide in picking up the next b...

New book club reads for fall 2014 (infographic)

What do you want to read and talk about this fall? The team from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County prepared a concise chart that would be a helpful guide in picking up the next b...

The Kite Runner is the story of Amir, a Sunni Muslim, who struggles to find his place in the world because of the aftereffects and fallout from a series of traumatic childhood events. An adult Amir opens the novel in the present-day United States with a vague reference to one of these events, and then the novel flashes back to Amir's childhood in Afghanistan.

30 Day Book Challenge - Days 15-21

The Kite Runner is the story of Amir, a Sunni Muslim, who struggles to find his place in the world because of the aftereffects and fallout from a series of traumatic childhood events. An adult Amir opens the novel in the present-day United States with a vague reference to one of these events, and then the novel flashes back to Amir's childhood in Afghanistan.

This book started my love affair or obsession with King Henry VIII and the Tudor period in England.

REVIEW of The Other Boleyn Girl, by Philippa Gregory

This book started my love affair or obsession with King Henry VIII and the Tudor period in England.

One of my favorite ever books. Seriously life changing.

Book Review: “Night” by Elie Wiesel

Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom: I read this in conjunction with The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis while taking a "God, Suffering, & Evil" in college. This book reminds me that we must cherish those that are important to us. We must ask them all of the questions that we can while they are still in our lives. It's about learning life’s greatest lesson through the death of a friend. It's about feeling a great passion for life. We must be ready for our time when we meet God.

Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom: I read this in conjunction with The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis while taking a "God, Suffering, & Evil" in college. This book reminds me that we must cherish those that are important to us. We must ask them all of the questions that we can while they are still in our lives. It's about learning life’s greatest lesson through the death of a friend. It's about feeling a great passion for life. We must be ready for our time when we meet God.

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness    Seriously one of the best books I have ever read...not generally  into the supernatural fiction...but this is in a league all its own. AMAZING!!

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness Seriously one of the best books I have ever read...not generally into the supernatural fiction...but this is in a league all its own. AMAZING!!

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