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Tell us about the last book you have read? Would you recommend it?
The last book a read was the romantic suspense "Without Mercy" by Lisa Jackson. I would definitely recommend it, especially if you enjoy suspense novels. It had a very developed plot and character list that was easy to become attached to!
The secret. This was the last book I read and, yes, I would recommend it. It changed my life!
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The Clan of The Cave Bear.
I would definitely recommend it.
The Success Principles by Jack Canfield..... if you need a kick up the butt - read this book!!!
An oldie but a goodie, Plutarch's Greek and Roman Lives. It's comforting in an odd way that the same political games are played even today...and as a consequence millions of lives are affected by the actions of these figures.
'90 MINUTES IN HEAVEN' by Don Piper with Cecil Murphey.
I would definitely recommend this book. It is based on a fascinating true story of a man who was pronounced dead and revived 90 minutes later, only to live with so much pain he wanted to die again.
A 1960s teen avoided suicide, found peace in faiths of Jews and gentiles, and discovered life by studying every UFO sighting since 1947. Kidnapped by MIB in his mind, he survived the teen years. read more
The book thief. This story was the most creative story I've ever read, as it is told from the perspective of death. Death talks about a little girl's dangerous life during World War 2.
The Sherlock Holmes Museum in London is a privately held business located on Baker Street, where Arthur Conan Doyle placed his legendary fictional character. Despite the 110+ years of publicity abroad that Holmes is fictional, some readers believe... read more
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What is the best book you read in the last year?Out of your last 12-month-period readings, which book would you definitely recommend?
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by Lisa6 years ago
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