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This is one of my favorite novels--always reminds me of my desire to go visit Copenhagen when I go read it. During WWII, Annemarie Johansen discovers unexpected courage when she is called upon to help her Jewish best friend escape the Nazis.
One of my favorite teen series. The expert plotting more than makes up for the occassionally prosaic writing. With the engrossing mystery and well-developed characters that remain sympathetic despite their many flaws, this book transcends the mass of typical "cotton candy" YA lit about spoiled, selfish girls. The solution to the mystery was unexpected, yet made perfect sense.
I found this book at a Barnes and Noble, a place I despise, when I was trying to kill some time between job interviews in DC. The book filled the void of not reading about Harry Keogh for YEARS! The book itself is quite interesting and leaves you hanging hardcore. No choice but to buy Volume II.
One of the greatest gay novels ever written, and it somehow gets better each time I read it. I have too much to say about this one, so I just went ahead and wrote a blog post about it. Feel free to read it after you've read the novel, which you must read, preferably more than once: http://abdaddy.com/dancer-from-the-da...
The Camel Club returns. When Annabel Conroy fears that a casino owner is seeking revenge after she conned him for millions. Meanwhile Oliver Stone finds out that men from his past are turning up dead. This is making him nervous. I had a very time putting this down. There were many twists and turns. I'm looking forward to reading the next novel in this series.
So many moms recommended this book to me as a new mom, and I hated it. I think the mom's that loved it and claim this method "worked" are moms who had babies naturally inclined to sleep through the night anyway. A newborn is naturally selfish, and should be. She needs all the coddling and love you can give her, especially if she has a hard time sleeping or cries a lot. Picking up a crying baby doesn't spoil her, it teaches her that when she needs help, Mommy will be there. Knowing that helps her to fall asleep on her own, because she knows if something happens, she wont be abandoned. If this worked for you, great. Give your baby the credit though, not the book. If your baby cries, and your heart aches to go get her, then do it!!!!! Don't ever surpress your motherly instincts because some book says to do so. After all, they're only babies for one short year. Will it kill ya to lose some sleep so she's comfortable and happy? In retrospect, you'll never regret that you did.
I love John le Carre. His books Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Our Game, Smiley's People & Night Manager are some of my all-time favorite reads. But Absolute Friends wasn't up to his (admittedly high) standard. It was lugubrious until about the last 2 chapters of the book & I pretty much slogged through it. The characters weren't likable (with the exception maybe of his Turkish significant-other & her delightful pre-teen son, about which there was precious little in the plot).
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