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Homecoming: A Novel by Bernhard Schlink

Wonderful read!
such a good read!! with a hot cup of tea and some 
homemade cookies!!=)

Great deals on The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. Limited-time free and discounted ebook deals for The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society and other great books.

The Weird Sisters:This is the "delightful" New York Times bestseller that earned raves from reviewers everywhere-the story of three sisters who love each other, but just don't happen to like each other very much...Three sisters have returned to their childhood home, reuniting the eccentric Andreas family. Here, books are a passion & TV is something other people watch.The father- professor of Shakespeare speaks almost exclusively in verse-

The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown//Meant to read this, and I actually started it but never got to finish it. On her website you can order signed copies, it looks like.

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Encore -- Disgrace / J.

The vine of desire : a novel  	 Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni.  	 (Series: Anju and Sudha ; 2.)

The vine of desire : a novel Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. (Series: Anju and Sudha ;

I love Sena Jeter Naslund's writing style. It is lyrical and poetic, with beautiful prose.

The Paperback of the Ahab's Wife: Or, The Star-Gazer by Sena Jeter Naslund, Christopher Wormell, Christopher Wormell

The Last Town On Earth by Thomas Mullen: Set against the backdrop of one of the most virulent epidemics that America ever experienced–the 1918 flu epidemic–Thomas Mullen’s powerful, sweeping first novel is a tale of morality in a time of upheaval.

The Last Town on Earth, by Thomas Mullen. Really good book. It made me very aware of anyone coughing or sneezing.

Traces the author's experiences of growing up with a white father who believed himself to be African-American, describing her struggles with his embodiment of black stereotypes and the ways in which his efforts to indoctrinate his daughter into black culture caused her to be rejected by her black and white peers.

One of the funniest memoirs I've read about a girl who's white father thinks he's black. They live in a black neighborhood as well, and even her white little sister seems more "black" than Mishna. Haha, it's just funny.