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Saturday

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One day of a likeable neurosurgeon. His ponderings about his kids, one a successful jazz musician and the other a published poet (aint that fiction!) and his legal-eagle wife were endearing and lovely to read. His passion and satisfaction for his work was enviable, and the unlikely event that rocked the day made for fabulous reading with a sensational suspenseful conclusion... make sure you have enough time to read the last 50 pages without disturbance. Although I enjoyed this book, I found myself tempted to skip a paragraph here and there during some passages not associated with the day's action.
State of Wonder: A Novel

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this book grabbed my attention and held it tightly from go to whoa. loved the amazonian twists and turns, the humanity and the brilliance of the writing ... give me more!
Tender is the Night (Collins Classics)

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an unusual winding tale that begins with great fourish and detail and has a non-ending tinged with hollow sadness, interesting in a historical sense ... wealthy americans in Europe in the 20's ... but left me feeling let down
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