Right now, I'm reading this by Jodi Picoult.
It's very good. It's a story about a woman who gets left by her husband and her 7-year-old daughter sees everything. The family has never been religious but, all of a sudden, the little girl begins to quote Bible passages, perform miracles, and claim she's talking to God. I'm in the middle of the book or the almost middle and it's very good.
The above is my next book. I love Jane Green. Well, there was one book of hers that I couldn't keep reading. I'm not sure if I remember the name. When I do, I will let you know. "Bookends" and "The Other Woman" are both very good.
This book, "Wonderful Tonight: George Harrison, Eric Clapton and Me" is by the lady who inspired such favorite songs such as: "Something" (George Harrison), "Layla" (who our dog is named after), and "Wonderful Tonight"(Eric Clapton). I am waiting for this one to arrive. Can't wait!
I've recently finished "Testing Kate" by Whitney Gaskill. I liked it. It was set in New Orleans because Kate attends Tulane Law School. I am *maybe* book reviewing it.
I was reading "Mercy" by J. Picoult but, I just had to stop. There's adultery and the book is about a man who kills his wife because she asks him too. She is dying of cancer. I just couldn't keep going anymore. The adultrey and the cancer and all... it was just depressing me. I'll go back to it.
What are you reading?
Do you ever get too involved in your books?
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