Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Cabin: Been there, read that in South Haven

This is the view from the front deck of our new family cabin.  Morning is my favorite reading time and this month I finished two books at the cabin. The first book came as a recommendation of a new friend of … Continue reading

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“The House at Sugar Beach” by Helene Cooper

When I started this book I didn’t know anything about Liberia.  It was a treat to learn all about this beautiful and worn torn country through the eyes of the young Helene Cooper. This is my favorite type of book:  a … Continue reading

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“State of Wonder” by Ann Patchett

I want to start this entry with admiting that this book review is going to seem very wishy washy.  The truth is I didn’t love this book. But I wanted to.  I wanted to love it because Ann Patchett is a very … Continue reading

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“The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins

I am not usually a fan of the Young Adult genre.  For example, I didn’t read any of the Harry Potter books or the Twilight series, however, recently my book club chose this book and I was intruiged. The “Hunger Games” … Continue reading

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