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August 26, 2008

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Melanie

I read this book in 2006 and loved it. I recommeneded it to my f2f book club and everyone that year. I'm glad it's been discovered. I am in a NC library, so I purchased the book because the author is from NC.

Julie E.

I love stories like this, where a book succeeds purely because it's well-written and people love it enough to work for it. I'll have to check this novel out. Thanks!

Anna

What a great story! I've added this book to my TBR list.

Ti

I have to add this to my pile. I have never heard of it but it must be wonderful if it spread like that just from work of mouth.

Darlene

This book sounds wonderful. I've never heard of it but I've added to my list. Thanks for the post about it.

Lori Barnes

How awesome! I live like 45 min. from Raleigh N.C. I had not even heard of this so glad you put it on your site for us to know about it!

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