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December 20, 2008


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Wow, what an incredible book. Please put me on the list. Thank you!!! Happy Holidays...


I really like Wally Lamb and have read others by him (She's Come Undone). Maybe my Book Group would like this one??? I would love to win a copy!


Wow! I'd love to be a part of this one. I'm really interested in The Hour I First Believed and hearing Wally Lamb.

carmen alexis

Please and thank you! =)

Chrystal Yocom

I just finished this book and loved it. I read it in only a couple of days, I couldn't put it down. I am a public librarian; I request titles when I read the reviews and when they come in I pick them up and start reading. I was not put off by the subject of Columbine. The family histories, marriage dynamics and the unpredictablity of the people that affect our lives all spoke to me. I loved Lambs other two books as well! Great job.


I would love to be part of this discussion. I have read all of Wally Lambs fiction books.


I can't wait to read it.

Julie P.

I can't wait to read this and participate in the BTR show! I love Wally Lamb's other books.


I'd love to read this...and maybe win a copy?


I'd love to read & participate...thank you!

Serena (Savvy Verse & Wit)

If there are any copies left, I would love to join in on this discussion. I've never read Lamb before.


I didn't count the actual number of comments but I would like to join in in if possible. I loved his other books.

thereedfamily [at]sbcglobal[dot] net

gwendolyn b.

I'd like to be part of this as well, if there are enough copies to go around (I know some commenters may have already read the book.) Thanks for the chance!
geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com


I love Wally Lamb and I would LOVE to have a copy of this book!

Michelle B

I think I'm too late ... :-( I really like Wally Lamb, although it has been a while since I've read one of his books. This one sounds great!


I'd love to finally read one of his novels. Looks like I'm too late for a copy but I'll try for a library copy and listen to the broadcast anyway. I've heard three of your interviews now and they are very enjoyable.

Dawn - She Is Too Fond Of Books

OK, in case the last five people don't respond to the email that they won the book ... I'll put myself on the "wait list".

Most likely, I'll listen in anyway!


I'm not going to win a copy of this book now, but I'll definitely keep track of the radio show and try to get a copy to read before then!

Darby Lohrding

Ugh, this is the third time I have tried to win this book from this site...I can't believe I missed the cut off!! I can only hope that perhaps people have commented more than once and/or you receive extra copies!!!!
Would love to partake in this dicussion!
Thanks so much,
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com


I already won a copy for my friend...She was so happy. I have to tell her about the radio show.
I would like to participate in the next book blog radio show.
Happy Holidays,
Susan of Seaside Bookworm.

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