Wednesday, October 30, 2013

What is your reaction to Ines of My Soul by Isabel Allende?

Have you finished reading Ines of My Soul by Isabel Allende? Did you find it interesting, well written, surprising? Feel free to share your reaction here!
Remember that we will meet at Noon on Monday, November 4, at  DCLC to discuss Ines of My Soul and to distribute The Lost Painting by Jonathan Harr for reading in November.

Note: Several authors we've read or will read are appearing at the Free Library of Philadelphia, including;
Keep reading and reflecting!

Warning: Comments may contain "spoilers"!

1 comment:

  1. Missed discussion of Ines, which I did get through and ended up enjoying although it was no "speed read." Unfortunately I will be out of town and will also miss discussion of The Lost Painting. Liked the book very much although some characters seemed extraneous (Luciano, Laura) but because this is nonfiction author felt compelled to include them. For anyone who hasn't read his previous book A Civil Action I highly recommend it and have a copy I would share. It's nonfiction and took place in Waltham, Mass. closeby to where I used to live. I recently read a book about the artist Titian from Venice so enjoyed Carravaggio book immensely. See you all in Jan. for Amy Tan, a book I own. Happy Holidays! Michelle


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