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Inspirationby Mark SpraggWhat a genuinely 'good book'. It's not a late-into-the-night thriller, nor a literary novel with luscious prose, but a down-to-earth wonderful story. It's comfort food for the soul. I was particularly taken with the male friendship betw...by Sylvia OlsenKnitters will certainly appreciate this book. Not only does Sylvia Olsen share 7 lovely patterns with us but she tells us some lovely stories about her experiences with her family and community of Cowichan knitters. In those stories we l...by Karen BassI'd recommend this book for any YA reader say 12 yrs old and up. Although this book will appeal to either gender, I know parents are always looking for novels that will grab the interest of boys -- this novel will definitely fit that bil...by Ian McEwanI read this novel after reading my friend's comments after she had read it. When I finished reading it, it left me nearly shaken and I wasn't able to write coherent thoughts, so now I'll make an attempt. My friends words keep rolling aro...Read this for our book club. As thrillers go, it was a compelling read. The authors choice of using the narrative of the three women was an interesting way to unfold the story. Each character unreliable for different reasons. My only com...