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Ok. Maybe I'm just a huge nerd but I was fascinated with this incredible book! Who doesn't want to think about the day-to-day life, struggles and triumphs of Aristotle? It's beautifully written and simply brilliant!

Golden Mean cover too “offensive” for BC Ferries bookstores

Ok. Maybe I'm just a huge nerd but I was fascinated with this incredible book! Who doesn't want to think about the day-to-day life, struggles and triumphs of Aristotle? It's beautifully written and simply brilliant!

narrator, five-year-old Jack is tremendously enticing. His mother, kidnapped seven years earlier while walking through her college campus at age 19, has created a world for her son that is rich in play and learning, all the while anticipating the day they might make their “great escape.”

narrator, five-year-old Jack is tremendously enticing. His mother, kidnapped seven years earlier while walking through her college campus at age 19, has created a world for her son that is rich in play and learning, all the while anticipating the day they might make their “great escape.”

Written in the first person from the point of view of a little boy who was born and raised in a small room and has never seen the outside world.

Written in the first person from the point of view of a little boy who was born and raised in a small room and has never seen the outside world.

My sisters keeper....don't waste your time on the movie! Either read it, or don't bother cause the movie is CRAP!!!

Your Favorites: 100 Best-Ever Teen Novels

My sisters keeper....don't waste your time on the movie! Either read it, or don't bother cause the movie is CRAP!!!

From the acclaimed author of Use Me, eight provocative and darkly funny linked stories that explore the commonly shared, but rarely spoken of experiences that build girls into women and women into wives and mothers, mapping America's shifting cultural landscape from the late 1970s to the present day.

From the acclaimed author of Use Me, eight provocative and darkly funny linked stories that explore the commonly shared, but rarely spoken of experiences that build girls into women and women into wives and mothers, mapping America's shifting cultural landscape from the late 1970s to the present day.

BOOK: The Virgin Cure.  I loved Ami McKay's "The Birth House", and this was a great follow-up, with a spunky young girl in turn of the century New York.

BOOK: The Virgin Cure. I loved Ami McKay's "The Birth House", and this was a great follow-up, with a spunky young girl in turn of the century New York.

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