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Re: March

newbie wrote:
Hi HC ... did you decide to read March? I'm going to do a little more research on it before I decide. I have a habit of enjoying a book by one author so much I buy another which isn't quite as good! Then, as if I haven't learned my lesson, I get a third by the same author -- then I can't read the author for a long long time!!

happy reading, N

I am going to read it, but i haven't even bought it yet. I am reading The Sister, and Doing the Oprah thing on The New Earth. So I don't think I will buy it for a couple of weeks yet. Let me know if you decide and what you find out in your research. I might be interesting to compare notes.

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