Sybermoms Parenting Forum - Conversation Between Zea and rebel
Conversation Between Zea and rebel
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  1. rebel
    06-14-2011 07:21 PM - permalink
    I can't remember who recommended Armand Gamache books. I was thinking it was a SM, someone Canadian, but I can't locate it so maybe it was someone's book blog. Though work has really taken away any time I have to read book blogs.
  2. rebel
    06-06-2011 08:29 PM - permalink
    Of course! I did like this one better than the first. The three graces seemed very real.
  3. Zea
    06-06-2011 06:42 PM - permalink
    rebel - it was the daughter, Crie - although the "three graces" (the three old women who spent Christmas together) claimed they did it and then walked out on the lake.
  4. rebel
    09-16-2010 01:22 PM - permalink
    I don't know how to friend you.
    Is the casserole thing a midwest thing? When my in-laws died (Ohio) we were brought LOTS of casseroles. Now, my dad died and no one brought my mom (in Washington) any food. Since my dad did all the cooking, she will be needing food...

    I'm sorry about your dad.
  5. rebel
    09-16-2010 08:02 AM - permalink
    Hi, I'm just back after being gone because of my father's sudden death last week. Sarum is apparently not a good book to take for that, even though there were a lot of airplane flights/airport sitting.
  6. rebel
    05-23-2009 03:50 PM - permalink
    The society in Unwind came about at a result of the Heartland War. The war between the Life Army and the Choice Brigade. The Bill of Life was a way of both sides winning. It protected life from the moment of conception up to age 13. After age 13 a life could be "retroactively terminated", not actually ending their lives but "dividing" them and all their body parts go on living - in other people.
  7. Zea
    03-24-2009 12:34 PM - permalink
    rebel, it's not that I notice covers so much as that "The Spymaster's Lady" has one of those really cringe-worthy stereotypical romance novel covers.
  8. rebel
    03-21-2009 03:06 PM - permalink
    Zea, the current issue of New Moon Girls features Amira, Greg Mortenson's daughter.
    I don't know how old your dd is, but New Moon Girls is great for girls age 8 to 14
  9. Zea
    02-17-2009 10:32 AM - permalink
    No, you shouldn't read "Dark of Night". Too many characters, too much backstory. If you want a romance recommendation I could come up with something better. I'd have to think about it.
  10. Zea
    02-17-2009 07:57 AM - permalink
    Hell, you were talking about Konigsburg and "The View from Sat." when you said "she really let us down with this one", weren't you?

    I thought you were a closet romance reader and were commenting on "Dark of Night".
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