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December 13, 2008

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Sandra

I enjoyed reading this review. I really enjoyed Out Stealing Horses. It was a quiet but powerful story and I wish there were more like it.

Jeff Kamin

Another (slightly older) member took offense at the idea of a person being too old or done with life at only 67. I did agree with her. She is quite spry after all. Then we questioned whether life in Norway ages you faster or is rougher in some way. Was Trond even waiting to die or just taking a break to mourn and reflect?

Also, one of the funnier reactions to the book was that it made another female member want to work out.

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