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Dana's (we drink, eat & talk about the) Book Club Message Board › A Spicey Book Suggestion

A Spicey Book Suggestion

A former member
Post #: 5
Just read a kindle book although it is in paperback too called The Tangled Web We Weave, by Ryan Bradley. Its a collection of thought provoking stories by these people from across the country who have had or are currently having a extramarital relationship. I would never have an affair, but I have to say I identified with some of these people. Some of their stories are so interesting. I think this would a great book selection one month just because I can picture a lot of discussion and debate over some of these characters. The character that you might think is just a cheater with a good story might be someone that someone else empathizes with. Just throwing it out there as a lively debate read.

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A former member
Post #: 4
Isn't reading about fallen or lost souls just drinking from a polluted well? Maybe Flaubert's "Madame Bovary" would treat the same personal failure, yet provide it in an edifying, historic masterpiece?
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