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Have loved books and reading for as long as I can remember. A homebody that prefers to spend spare time at home with a good book rather than out on the town.
“The library was magical because every time I walked through the door, there were literally thousands of voices ready and willing to have a conversation with me. I walked through the door, stared at all those stacks and bindings, and whispered, "Tell me a story.”
― Charles Martin, Unwritten
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Fiction - contemporary and historical. Almost all of the books I read come from the "New" shelf at my library. Tend to like: WWII era, a good child protagonist, survivor stories, suspense thrillers, stories that follow a family over multiple generations, a good series.
"The phrase that comes to mind after finishing this book is “hauntingly beautiful.” The book is about the last 2 people on earth - a father and young daughter. They live off the land much like the Indians did and are one with nature. The lovely ..."
"I was in the mood for a good western and was happy to find this book which is the first in a trilogy. A generational saga set in the Southwest following the Kerney family from 1875 - 1920. In general I liked the story and the setting, but the wr..."
"This goes in my light & fluffy category. It didn’t really live up to its title. The secret orphan aspect didn’t come into the story until the last quarter of the book. The book is really all about Elenor’s life. Simple characters, simple w..."