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Books Worth Reading

Same Kind of Different as Me

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Beach Music. I have to confess, I found this book so tedious I never finished it. I got about a third of the way through it. Summer Reading Lists, Love Reading, Reading Nooks, Book Nooks, Reading Rainbow, Book Lovers, Books To Read, I Love Books, Book Club Books

Beach Music by Pat Conroy. Writer Jack McCall returns from Rome to make peace with his South Carolina family and the in-laws who blame him for his wife’s suicide.

The Bean Trees opens in rural Kentucky. Taylor goes on to tell the story of how she is scared of tires. Taylor was the one to escape small-town life. Barbara Kingsolver Books, Book Nooks, Book Art, Book Club Books, Books To Read, My Books, How To Memorize Things, Book Authors, Book Recommendations

The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver. An amazing book that'll be an intense emotional experience for anyone.

This novel begins two years after the events of Barbara Kingsolver's first novel, The Bean Trees. Taylor and Turtle are visiting the Hoover Dam when Turtle sees a man fall down a spillway. Barbara Kingsolver Books, Book Authors, Book Worms, I Love Books, Great Books, Books To Read, My Books, Book Lists, Reading Lists

Pigs in Heaven by Barbara Kingsolver The sequel and satisfying conclusion to Taylor, Turtle, and Alice's journey, begun in The Bean Trees.

I'm not even done with it yet, and my heart is breaking with each page. Stunningly beautiful writing, and unforgettable characters, all of them. Bee Book, Popular Books, Book Club Books

Little Bee: A Novel: Chris Cleave: 9781416589648: Books

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Fiction written from the perspective of someone with Asperger's. I love how the chapters are numbered by prime numbers. Mark Haddon, Autism Books, Quick Reads, Best Mysteries, Writing Styles, What To Read, Fiction Writing, Interesting Reads, Night Time

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: Mark Haddon. A detective story told from the perspective of a young boy with what seems like a form of Asperger syndrome. Fascinating perspective on the world.