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The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

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  • Jaime

    Not as great as his earlier books.

    April 7, 2014

  • DeeAnn J.

    Thanks to those of you who could make it. It was a great discussion!

    March 27, 2014

  • Taryn

    I didn't much like the book, but the discussion was very enjoyable, lively and illuminating.

    March 27, 2014

  • Dena E. C.

    Thanks to everyone for the great discussion--even though the book wasn't my favorite, I really enjoyed hearing all of your thoughts on it!

    March 27, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I enjoyed hearing everybody and it added immensely to the reading experience for this book. Thanks.

    March 26, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm so sorry, I got out of work late today and I wouldn't be able to get there for another half hour. I'm really disappointed I'm missing this because I am quite curious about what you all thought of the book...

    March 26, 2014

  • Troy A.

    Book suggestion - I'm unable to attend the March 26 meeting, though if suggestions for a future read are needed, I'll have copies of my first book - "Other People's Kids" - in three weeks. It's a true story about dating an older woman, whose two kids plot with their father to keep her single and get me out of the picture. Their tricks had worked in the past, but now they've met their match. It has many good tips/suggestions for single-parent dating and the stories are crazy. They play games, but I'm not only prepared, I play better games of my own. The story leads to the most shocking ending I've ever read in a book, let alone seen in a movie. If the group is interested in the book, I can get them cheaper than the price on Amazon and B&N. Otherwise, I'll still be at the next meetup. Thanks.

    March 26, 2014

  • THE Book M.


    Daughters of the Dragon
    by William Andrews

    DURING WORLD WAR II, the Japanese forced 200,000 young Korean women to be sex slaves or “comfort women” for their soldiers. This is one woman’s riveting story of strength, courage and promises kept. In 1943, the Japanese tear young Ja-hee and her sister from their peaceful family farm to be comfort women for the Imperial Army. Before they leave home, their mother gives them a magnificent antique comb with an ivory inlay of a two-headed dragon, saying it will protect them. The sisters suffer terribly at the hands of the Japanese, and by the end of the war, Ja-hee must flee while her sister lies dying.

    1 · March 24, 2014

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