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luckycharm6139
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Registered: ‎01-07-2007
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re The Three Sisters Trilogy

I really enjoyed the Three Sisters Trilogy and rad them both twice. It would be nice if this book would continue as the three marry and have children of their own with powers.
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JenCarroll
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Registered: ‎01-27-2007
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Re: re The Three Sisters Trilogy

I agree, this trilogy was one of my fav reads.
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becke_davis
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Re: re The Three Sisters Trilogy

I bought this set for my daughter but she won't read it unless she is humoring me. But I think she'll like it if she does. On the other hand, I ran into her best friend from high school at the book store and found out she likes these books. Her birthday was coming up so I dragged her over to the Nora Roberts section and told her to pick out a couple. If she reads them, she might be able to persuade my daughter to try a couple -- as if we don't have enough to talk about already. My daughter and I constantly do this. If one of us likes a book, the other has to read it. Now that I think of it, my son does the same thing. He is in college, too, but I still have a pile of books he gave me to read, including Eragon and Elder and The Android's Dream. My daughter's recommended list includes Memoirs of a Geisha, The Drowned Girl's Hair and Joan Didion's The Year of Magical Thinking. I'm also reading Nora Ephron's I Feel Bad About My Neck, which is hilarious. But I'm hooked on Nora now!
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