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    No kidding, I've got a list longer than Santa's.

    This is great stuff, folks! Thanks - hopefully others are benefitting from all the great suggestions.

    Thanks again!

    Karin

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    I dont know what kind or reading you prefer but i finish some months ago "The Zahir" from PAolo Coelho, he have fantastic books, the best for me is the alquimist and Brida
    In his oficila web site you can find some free donwloads

    http://www.paulocoelho.com.br/engl/dow.shtml

    hope you enjoy it!
    Ciao
    Wendy

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    one very good book I read (although not recently) was Ocean Mer by Alessandro Baricco, you probably know him Winnie, he's italian (Oceano Mare). Very very very good, one of the best i've read. Pretty much anything from the same author is amazing.

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    Karin, another suggestion for a french canadian book: L'avalée des avalés by Réjean Ducharme. It's pretty good too, but you may find it annoying to read. I personally liked it a lot.

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    Default Some more book ideas

    Wow, this is such a great thread! I also love to hear reading suggestions. There are so many books out there and so little time, so it's great to have advice from friends about where to look!

    I'm not sure how much I can add because I've been reading some non-fiction, research-based books lately. For anyone who might be interested, I've been reading a very interesting book called Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman. It essentially challenges society's assumptions about the true definition of intelligence. In my (somewhat geeky and psychology-driven) opinion, it's a must read for any parent or teacher.

    Other than some "classics" that I've been reading, some great books have been Fall On Your Knees by Ann-Marie MacDonald and A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry.

    Keep the list coming.......
    Marnie

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    hi Karin
    I just finished reading * Night Time is My Time* by Mary Higgins Clark,completed it in just over a day but my Mum & I both couldnt put it down until the end, very addictive.
    Kathy Reichs-2 books in one-*Deja Dead* & *Death Du Tour*-very addictive also.
    Anything by Mary Higgins Clark or Patricia Cornwell, (forensics) are usually worth reading & sometimes a Danielle Steele story can be addictive, if you like the occasional romance

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    Anything and everything by these authors

    Jodi Picoult - Am reading (Well just started) The Tenth Circle (And can I say OH MY GOSH. I'm only into about the 7th page, and it's already got me on the edge of my seat!) Well, when I can get away from the computer

    And my other favourite, Paulina Simons

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    Awesome suggestions, thanks ladies. I'll have to write these down.
    Have a great day!!! ..........Wendy
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    Help! I'm drowing in books!

    Blub...blub..blub...

    Seriously, this is great. I'm glad some others are enjoying the suggestions, too. It's the Scrapbook MAX book club! Who brought brownies?

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