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Cleaving

I particularly liked: 1)That the book is a biography with an “Author’s Note” that acknowleges the author’s memory of events may differ from the other peoples perspective. 2)Illustrations. 3)Recipes are included in chapter that relate to butcher skills or tasks to the events occurring; for instance “Fajite Heartbreak”connects processing strip steak to her breakup with […]

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I Capture The Castle

This novel is about a seventeen year old girl, Cassandra Mortmain,, living in a extremely dilapidated but beautiful castle with her quirky family. She is just starting to agree with her beautiful older sister Rose, that their lives will go nowhere, when the heirs to the castle arrive and everything changes. The Cottons, a wealthy […]

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The Rose of Sevastopol

Just like the rose in nature, this book has a beautiful cover and promo material to entice one to sit and enjoy; however there are thorns. The book is written in first person which I expect to follow chronological order unless the narrator references a past event. But the author switches between 1840, 1844, 1854 […]

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A World Waiting to be Born

I’ve read five other books by Scott Peck and wanted to give this a try. I almost abandoned the book, as the first section was a little too technical for me with its psychological terms and theory. The second and third sections were more of what I remember Peck for – fascinating case histories with […]

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