Just finished The Terrorist Next Door and I highly recommend it. The author footnotes his resources. A lot of the information I already knew, but the connections and betrayal regarding specific people and their terrorist connections I had NOT known.
here are some of my favorites: Where the Heart Is Capelight Series by Thomas Kinkade The Walk Series by Richard Paul Evans and I am anxiously awaiting the 3rd book The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks Breakfast at Tiffanys by James Patterson
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I thought I'd start a new thread on books for us parents that enjoy reading. (when we find the time?) LOL
I started a new book thinking the author was a woman, but no, it starts off with a very opinionated/narrow minded man who only loves modern literature that, as he says later, hits him over the head with their points. He is forced to read Emma in school and he finds it all trivial until he's hit over the head with his similarities to Emma. LOL Then he starts to realize how wonderfully Jane Austin wrote and that she didn't need the in your face plots, or smut, or big adventure to capture the readers. I'm not very far into this book, but the title is:
A Jane Austen Education: How six novels taught me about love, friendship, and the things that really matter. =)
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