Fifty Shades of Grey - A Book Everyone Has Read But Me - finished 2/1/15

Fifty Shades of Grey - A Book Everyone Has Read But Me - finished 2/1/15

John Dies at the End. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to be actually frightened by a book while still laughing your ass off.

John Dies at the End. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to be actually frightened by a book while still laughing your ass off.

The first time that I had ever read this book was when I was in middle school. I am now rereading for an English project. This book shows how delicate life truly is, and how we should feel obliged with every moment of it. Zusak is one of the many author's who has become an inspiration, and a role model, for me, and millions of readers alike!

The first time that I had ever read this book was when I was in middle school. I am now rereading for an English project. This book shows how delicate life truly is, and how we should feel obliged with every moment of it. Zusak is one of the many author's who has become an inspiration, and a role model, for me, and millions of readers alike!

A Train in Winter: An Extraordinary Story of Women, Friendship, and Resistance in Occupied France

A Train in Winter: An Extraordinary Story of Women, Friendship, and Resistance in Occupied France

Kate Atkinson's entire series with Jackson Brodie as the detective is great. Suspense and wit all tied together.

Kate Atkinson's entire series with Jackson Brodie as the detective is great. Suspense and wit all tied together.

Roots: The Saga of an American Family  read 9-7-13 I can't say enough about how this book made me see through the eyes of another race and culture.  Alex Haley made me FEEL as though I was walking with Kunta Kinte and seeing what he saw and most especially, feeling the rage that he must have felt.  The amount of research that went into the writing of this book is also impressive.

Roots: The Saga of an American Family read 9-7-13 I can't say enough about how this book made me see through the eyes of another race and culture. Alex Haley made me FEEL as though I was walking with Kunta Kinte and seeing what he saw and most especially, feeling the rage that he must have felt. The amount of research that went into the writing of this book is also impressive.

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