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Friday, February 18, 2011



I loved Wrinkle in Time when I was little and can't even guess how many times I read it. Now, though, I don't enjoy it as much--it's a little heavy-handed in its lessons, but still ... it's my favorite L'Engel!


I'm really interested in your take on The Passage. I heard a lot about it, but I haven't read it myself.

Owning a Kindle has really made it almost impossible to for me to be without a book to read (that, and the fact that I get boxes of books from my mom as well as regularly haunt bookstores.)


I liked the Passage a lot. I'll be interested to hear what you have to say about it.


I loved HELP so I will only ask about the kitchen! How is it coming along????


Another voice of dissent here: I didn't like The Passage. To be fair, I didn't read a print version; I listened to it on Audible. The reader was good, so I don't think that influenced my opinion too much. Anyway, thanks for your opinion on The Help. It's in my Audible queue. I have heard that the performance genuinely helps the book, but we'll see.

Rosemary C

The Passage was not a super favorite, but just finished THE YEAR OF FOG, which is The Silicon Valley Book of the Year Read. I think I liked it even more, because it was set in San Francisco in the neighborhood where I grew up. I also loved ROOM. It gave me lots to think about.

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