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    Books from all around the world:

    Aura by Carlos Fuentes, Latin America
    The Bonesetters Daughter by Amy Tan, set in China
    Julie and Julia set in NYC
    The Inheritance of Loss from India
    Tudor Adventurers
    Hellhound on His Trail from the American South
    In the Time of Butterflies, the DR
    The Death of Vishnu, also from India
    Race Matters by Cornel West
    Room by Canadian Emma Donoghue
    Assassination Vacation, US

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    The Girl With the Louding Voice.

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    Kate Mulgrew's memoir How to Forget.

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    Just finished Joanna Trollope's An Unsuitable Match. IL, if you have not read Joanna Trollope, you must, right up your alley.

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    Beyond reading - recently I finished Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance and Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson. I find myself doing YouTube searches on the authors, listening to their
    lectures, commentary, etc. Today I went and saw Just Mercy at the theater. Often sit at the computer desk and while reading I'll pull up maps, search definitions, search people in the books, etc. The book literally takes over my life - I am totally engrossed in it.

    Anyone else interested in beyond the pages of the book? Or like to relax and just read! :-)

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    Just finished The Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty, the author of Big Little Lies. I liked it.

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    Finding "The Gratitude Diaries" by Janice Kaplan very interesting but enjoyable reading. I am going to try her suggestions about bringing more gratitude into my life. I thought I was doing well but she has added further aspects.
    Gandhi: Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony .

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