Tag Archives: Sarah’s Key

Adding to the “Favorites” Tab

Boy, I’ve read some pretty bad books lately. Of course, that’s just my opinion. But I think I enjoyed a higher percentage of my reads when I was younger because I still had so-o-o much to learn. Nowadays a book … Continue reading

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Kicked Out

So, I was having breakfast Tuesday morning with a small group that included a longtime friend – who wishes to be called by her Indian pseudonym – Calm Water. The chatter turned to this blog, which she has enjoyed, and … Continue reading

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Cousin’s Wife’s First Read

In my March 30 entry “Late to Reading,” I neglected to name the book that became my cousin’s wife’s entree to the reading world. It was the historical novel Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay. I still need to read it … Continue reading

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