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Summer time readingPosted Wednesday, July 22, 2009, at 5:13 PM
One of the best i have read is "The girl in the green sweater." by Krystyna Chiger.
It was so amazing what this family went through in WWII, living in the sewer systems of a polish city to survive.
Another book I read along this line is: "The mole People"
this one is about life in the tunnels of NYC and the people who live in these tunnels and their daily activities.
Jennifer Toth gives a clear and sometimes scary tale about these folks and their lives.
I am right now reading Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz.. we listened to dean's book "the darkest evening of the year", on CD coming back from Texas.
My 14 year son even enjoyed it alot.
Here are a list of books I am going to read soon:
Why don't you recommend your faves to me also:
1. Forever Odd: Dean Koontz
2. Fieldy: Got the life (about Korn's bassist turning to Christ): Fieldy
3. Blue like Jazz: Donald Miller
4. Choke: Chuck Palahniuk
5. Scars that wound: scars that heal. Kern
6. Thin Air: Rachel Caine
7. Searching for God know what: Donald Miller
8. Wolverine: Origins #1-6
9. Darkly dreaming Dexter: Jeff Lindsey
10.The paths we choose: Sully Erna (this one is on my birthday wish list.)
You see I read a wide variety of books.
Paranormal, mysteries, cozies, paranormal romance, non fiction, and christian apologetics..
My FAVE books of all time are:
1. The Sword of Shannara Terry Brooks
2. Lord of the Rings: Tolkien
3. Watership Down: Adams
4. Nightlife Rob Thurman
5. The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher
6. The Cost of Discipleship by Deitrich Boennhoeffer
7. The Silent Meow: Gallico
8. The Fur Person: May Sarton
9. When bad Christians happen to good people: Dave Burchett
10: Stiff : mary roach.
What are you reading or have read and why??
What can you recommend?
I look foward to your answers!
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Lesa Cox has owned a cleaning service and a bookstore; now, she repairs and maintains computers for the elderly and others on a fixed income. She enjoys animals, gardening, books and fixing old cars. She and her husband have one son, who suffers from Asperger's syndrome.
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