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  • A Tale For The Time Being

    Jul 19, 2014

    jmrt  from Atlanta, GA, Rating:5.0

    A delightful look at the contrast between two cultures.

  • Compelling O'hara Novel

    Jul 17, 2014

    douglas09  from Atlanta, GA, Rating:5.0

    Great John O'Hara novel set in the fictional town of Gibbsville, PA dissects the social fabric of the town's upper crust, their ambitions, obsessions, and weaknesses. The story's main character is attorney Joe Chapin and revolves around his life, family, friends, marriage, and political ambitions. There are plenty of other characters, like the town political fixer, that make this a compelling read. Although set mostly in 1945 (written about 1955), the striving for relevance and prestige by some of the characters seems contemporary. My only complaint is how sometimes O'Hara will wander off the main story for several pages, writing about a minor character who disappears and never returns. Nice introduction to the 2014 paperback version by Jonathan Dee. The book was filmed in the late 1950s with Gary Cooper starring as the main character. I've only been able to find it as a poor quality YouTube upload. Perhaps someday a new version of this book will be filmed and released.

  • A Broken Kind of Beautiful can be beautiful

    Mar 23, 2014

    inspiremichelle  from Loreauville, LA, Rating:5.0

    Broken Kind of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert Ivy Clark has been a model from the young age of fourteen. She was raised to believe her looks are everything because that is how she has found her value. Her hurts run deep, from abandonment, to being used, and feelings of unworthiness. She was beautiful but empty. The closer Ivy got to being twenty five the less jobs she received. Having no where else to turn she takes a modeling job in Greenbrier, South Carolina, for her stepmother’s bridal shop Something New. Ivy does not believe she could ever be worthy of the white bridal gown, picket fence, happy ever after. She thinks she is to damaged. Davis Knight is now the church handyman and a photographer at heart. He stopped snapping pictures because he felt extreme guilt for his sisters injury. He feels he does not deserve better because of the hurt and pain he has caused. As Davis and Ivy work together to help his Aunt Marilyn with a fashion show they grow closer. Because of the way Ivy ...

  • Great Book Great Characters

    Aug 11, 2014

    inspiremichelle  from Loreauville, LA, Rating:5.0

    The Healing Quilt by Wanda Brunstetter I give the awe-inspiring book 5 stars. Within the first few pages I know this book would be out of this world. I had a very hard time putting it down. I loved it and highly recommend it. The Healing Quilt is part of the Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club by Wanda E. Brunstetter. I have not read any of the other books in this series, it can be read as a stand alone. This was only the second book I have read by this author now she has a new fan. The characters were well developed, inspiring and you are sure to be drawn in by them. The main characters are retired Amish newlyweds Lamar and Emma. Together they teach a quilting class and pray for their students. Before you know what has happen you are drawn into the lives of these students. I can only hope to read more about them in a future book. The students all had unique hurts. You have BJ the artist, Erika the handicap teen, Phyllis the lonely housewife and her workaholic husband Mike, then Noreen ...

  • Sep 25, 2014

    sampirog  from syracuse ny, Rating:5.0

    Awesome series, loved the book. Great price! Will look for more books on Overstock in the future

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